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      How many of you workout during Ramadan (before, after or during fast)?

      I think it's useless to work out during ramadan because you are not fueling your body with essential vitamins, minerals, etc. Perhaps it's ok to do something low impact like walking or pilates/yoga....I just dont have the energy nor the time to do it. So I usually skip working out during the month of Ramadan.

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      We have what, less than a month left now. Ramadan motivation have started early...

      For complete workouts including your body-building routines, it might be beneficial to do it an hour after sehri, or an hour after iftaar. You could also take ~50g of protein shake before you go to sleep, and go work out after sehri, so you have an adequate supply of proteins in your body.

      All up to an individual.

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      No, I can't possibly work out during Ramadan. Can't seem to fit it in. I would be too thirsty, and I just am too lazy to wake up 1 hour before sehri!
      Don't be hurtin' and hatin' cuz my phone is so cool!

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      *sigh* September seems to be pretty tough month.. new semester will be starting in univ as well as ramadan.. dont know how my workout routine will be like(if any) next month.. but lets see how it goes..
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      ramadaaaaaaan!


      aside from regular pushups situps and other basic excercises no working out here.

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      Quote Originally Posted by cricketplaya View Post
      ramadaaaaaaan!


      aside from regular pushups situps and other basic excercises no working out here.
      And no searching for new posts during Ramadan, either. We don't want to see the Wedding forum pop up every time in the search results. It will distract you from properly fasting.

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      I had the same question on my mind last night...So maybe the fasting is enough. DO any of you lose weight in Ramzan??
      The most wasted of all days is one without laughter. ~e.e. cummings

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      Quote Originally Posted by dhobi_bhai View Post
      And no searching for new posts during Ramadan, either. We don't want to see the Wedding forum pop up every time in the search results. It will distract you from properly fasting.
      hahha true that

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      I will be going after iftaari. I can not 'not' work out.

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      i have no energy during ramadan to work out... i'll just focus on drinking lots of water at sehri and iftari, and eating super healthy.
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      Quote Originally Posted by somegroovychick View Post
      i have no energy during ramadan to work out... i'll just focus on drinking lots of water at sehri and iftari, and eating super healthy.
      what is super healthy ?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Niksik View Post
      No, I can't possibly work out during Ramadan. Can't seem to fit it in. I would be too thirsty, and I just am too lazy to wake up 1 hour before sehri!
      same here niksik. I'll feel too weak and have lack of energy to workout.

      Quote Originally Posted by cricketplaya View Post
      ramadaaaaaaan!


      aside from regular pushups situps and other basic excercises no working out here.
      that's not a bad idea...pushups work out many muscles in your body and it's not time consuming either....that along with some crunches may just be a nice routine during ramadan.

      Quote Originally Posted by Ask99 View Post
      I had the same question on my mind last night...So maybe the fasting is enough. DO any of you lose weight in Ramzan??
      Some people lose, some people gain and others remain the same...it really depends on what you are eating.

      Quote Originally Posted by Your President View Post
      I will be going after iftaari. I can not 'not' work out.

      I am usually the same way except during ramadan. I'm too tired and it's difficult to fit it in before fajr and def after iftar...after iftar it's ibaddat time for me and for most people.

      Quote Originally Posted by somegroovychick View Post
      i have no energy during ramadan to work out... i'll just focus on drinking lots of water at sehri and iftari, and eating super healthy.
      good idea
      although I always say the same thing @ eating healthy then when I see all the yummy samosas and pakoras....that thought goes down the drain.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Your President View Post
      I will be going after iftaari. I can not 'not' work out.
      Moi agrees. I will have to do it after iftaari too but take it easy on the resistance training.

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      all I wana do is eat eat and eatttttttttttttttttt!!
      Im too proud & mean.

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      in ramazan you can better spend time on ibaadat instead of doing work-outs

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      Almost all my time go to ibadaat during ramadan, but I see no reason why I should stop working out when it's 1 hour a day. In fact working out contributes with lots of energy and focus.

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      Depending on where you live it should still be warm(ish) so going for a walk after iftari is good.
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      I'm going to put my gym membership on hold for the month of Ramzan am counting on a not so daily walk.

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