12 Jul '11, 9am

For our Muslim friends who expect to continue training during the coming fasting month, consider these workout tweaks.

For our Muslim friends who expect to continue training during the coming fasting month, consider these workout tweaks.

Throughout the month of Ramadhan, Muslims all over the world observe a fast from dawn to sunset during which they abstain from food and fluid intake. During this period, concerns arise about working out or exercising as you can't rehydrate yourself or replenish lost energy because of the embargo on food and water. It's also likely to feel more fatigued during this period and not just because of fasting, but also due to the modified sleeping pattern (as a result of waking up for pre-dawn meals). With some tweaks to your regular workout habits and diet, it is possible to train without causing duress to your health. Lower Your Training Intensity Dr. Rano Izhar, CEO-Asia of the International Fitness Professional Association (IFPA) and former advisor to the Ministry of Youth and Sports Malaysia, warns against high-intensity exercises during the fasting month. He suggests those ...

Full article: http://www.menshealth.com.sg/fitness/tips-exercise-safely...

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