Sports & fitness


In a few days we will embrace the holy month of Ramadan when all the Muslim societies all over the world will fast from dawn till sunset.

Therefore, we thought it would be a good time to give you some tips and guidelines for exercising during Ramadan.
Many people ask about the best time to workout during Ramadan, to answer this question we have to understand that our body during fasting doesn’t have enough fuel or hydration for aggressive or high intensity workouts and especially in hot weather so the most convenient time to workout during Ramadan in the opinion of many experts and based on recent studies in the UK is either to workout just before Iftar or 3 hours after Iftar.

Meanwhile some other athletes and people always ask about how to get 6 packs or a flat stomach.

Since it is a very Common question and the answer is simple as that, six packs are made in the kitchen ,the truth is we all have ABS but they are hidden behind the belly fats and the only way to lose belly fat or body fats in general is to be in calorie deficit and this is done by eating healthy food, drinking lots of water throughout the day or after iftar during Ramadan,avoiding highly processed foods and saturated fats .

What we do to avoid muscles pain & cramping after workouts.

Beginners and elite athletes sometime after workouts they get muscles pain some cramps the next day of training to avoid these pains and cramps it is highly recommended and has been proven that drinking water a lot through the day and having enough protein and complex carbs and getting 8 hours of good sleep at night helps to relive muscle pain.

However, stretching is very important after every workout which helps a lot in the recovery process of the muscle by increasing the blood flow throw the muscles which relieves muscle pain and makes the body and mind relaxed after the workout and naturally puts you in a very good mood.



One off the best-known stretching poses is the downward facing dog, this pose is able to stretch all the body muscles and calm the mind as well as seated forward bend which can be done easily at home yet taking long deep breath during these two poses is very important.

Compound Movement 1

Compound Movement 2


Workout just right before Iftar or after iftar by 3 Hours

Focus in your training on compound movements that can done easily at home Such as Jumping Squats, pushups, mountain climbers and also Tabata low plank, wall sit, back extinction.

Stay hydrated by drinking a lot of water and have balanced meals and avoid processed food and saturated fats .

Stretch after every workout and breath well while stretching and get enough good sleep at night.

Pray and read Quran for the health of your heart and mind and soul.