It’s not the first time people searching for Best workout forms in fasting or exercises during Ramadan but is it safe?
Will it causes weakness?
What exercise is best?
In this blog, let’s find an answer to such questions by understanding all the different workout forms and its impact on the metabolism of a person during a fast in Ramzan. There is a fair amount of people who are fasting but doesn’t wanna give their gym workout any break. (guess you are one among them).
Before moving towards the workout Tips lets understand how the human body and intake of food works:
Here’s How Human Body Works During Fast:
The functionality of insulin immediately after having a meal is to let all the organs know about the new stock of food that can be used for energy but not all food gets enzyme immediately and a part of food is stored (unused). This is how the human body can survive skipping meals.
Whenever we workout, the stored food is burned & then comes the food being taken. During days of fasting, weight loss is very effective as there ain’t be any additional food to be burned. (at least till Iftar)
Fun Fact on the go: As per post published on NBC news, Nutritionist Adam Brown said, “Fasting should never be undertaken to lose weight. At the same time, some weight loss is reported by most people who fast.”
Best Exercise Tips for People During Ramadan:
1. Less Intensive Exercise Format is Recommended:
Since the body takes in less food the enzymes left in the body as a form of saturated fat will be less to burn. So it’s recommended to lower our scale while you are fasting. Otherwise, the body may result in dehydrated.
2. Pre-Iftar Time is Best to Exercise:
Knowing that the food is about to get served into plates gives a little boost to the body that could result in a better exercise format. Exercise is best when performed an hour ago before the fast is officially broken.
3. Underplay the Workout To Avoid Dehydration
A user posted on medium.com as “Working out in a fasted state also allows the human growth hormone to work in your favor but can lands you in problem is not balanced with proper food and water”
4. Ditch the Delicacies During Ramadan:
The holy month of Ramadan brings a list of delicious food with it. The availability of mouth-watering Haleem, Sweets, Fried Snack Foods, etc is an indication that the Ramadan is here. But let us get it straight, all these food is unhealthy to its core. One day a week is fine but multiple times can do some serious damage to the appetite.
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