We’re back with “Inspirations for your Ramadan Routine Ahead of the Holy Month,” only this time we’re bringing you some of the most dreaded subjects during Ramadan; fitness and mental wellbeing. But what if we told you, there are some fitness gurus that can make your journey a whole lot better and much simpler?
Sometimes we can get a bit overwhelmed with the amount of information and options available about a specific topic, and we do not know where to start. We’ve tried to help you with that ahead of Ramadan, especially with establishing your workout routine. Here are some of our suggestions:
Usually offering tips on how to balance a rigorous workout routine while still getting in the required nutrients for your body to properly recover during Ramadan. You can also find different programs on his app.
If you’re looking for low impact workouts that still have a lasting effect on your body- and your soul- make sure to get inspired by Farah’s creative Yoga workouts.
Offering you online workout and nutrition plans, project lean can get you in the shape you want with workouts that you can carry out
Looking for a group workout with some like-minded fitness enthusiasts? Join Finding Fitness’s latest group workout as they announce on their accounts.
Ramadan is also a time when people spend more time focusing on their spirituality and mental wellbeing. Fasting can be tough on some people, coffee withdrawal is real believe us! We know some of us can be running on a short fuse while fasting, so we have a couple of suggestions to help us make the best out of the holy month.
Spirituality, affirmations, and mental health:
Nevin El Gendy
Author and life coach, Nevine offers tips on how to keep your mental wellbeing in check and always prioritize your spiritual wellness as well.
Noureen Ben Halim
Quick and easy tips to navigate everyday struggles and issues.
Make sure to check out the #MonthOfGood on Instagram and across other Meta family apps to find more inspiration for good during the holy month