Exercise When Fasting Not To Hard
Exercise When Fasting Why Not!
Ramadhan made a lot of people who exercise regularly usually be re-thinking to do. Many are afraid of getting hungry or dehydrated while doing the sport they love. Finally, many choose not to exercise during fasting. Though yet to be kept in shape you see ladies. When you regularly exercise routine, then you can still do it anyway, without making the body more hungry or dehydrated. So how do I?
1. Mild exercise
Choose the type of light exercise but remains useful. The condition of the body when fasting is different from normal, so when fasting chosen sport which is not too drained of energy. Exercise you can do during the month of fasting is jogging, yoga, swimming and sit-ups push-ups.
2. Prevent Dehydration
You can prevent dehydration by drinking lots of water at dawn. Water needs in the same body as the usual 8 glasses per day. 10 minutes after meal drink 2 glasses of water to avoid dehydration, so it is safe to exercise while fasting.
3. Take advantage of the time
When the month of Ramadan, working hours in the office is usually reduced. You can use this to light exercise that burns calories and fat stacks. If you want to swim then swim before iftar could be an replacement or jogging around the block can also be an valuable exercise to burn fat and is not consume a lot of energy.
4. Exercising wisely
You is not have to come to the gym or tennis courts if is not able to maintain strenuous exercise during fasting. Light exercise but remains valid is much better than forcing the preferred exercise but instead made easy limp and the thirst. Exercise wisely and acknowledge the potential of person that is not exhausted and had fallen ill.
Exercise during fasting can help maintain stamina. Because it’s the right choice and duration of exercise that fits will yield real benefits. One is not easily tired and tired when it works.