Workouts during Ramadan?

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Jul 10, 2013 6:54pm
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Any ideas of workouts that I can do while I'm fasting.? Please help
10 Jul
I always feel so lazy during ramadan once i decided to work an hour after Iftar but my performance was bad until i completely stopped working out during Ramadan
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Jul 10, 2013 10:19pm
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Lari pagi aja, karna tidak membuat dehidrasi

10 Jul
Huh?
10 Jul
Nj U, you look like indonesian people? Where r u from?
23 Oct
Benar John.
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Jul 10, 2013 10:27pm
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Hey what's up? First of all I'd like to say Ramadan Mubarak to you and  all the people around  the world . Ok so working out during Ramadan might seem a little exhausting and your routine might change , but it's certainly not. As for me, I tend to workout after breaking my Iftar . If you want to you can jogg for a short distance during your fast but try not to exhaust yourself and make yourself thirsty.
10 Jul
Thanks and that's a good idea :)
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Jul 13, 2013 12:22am
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I was about to post the same topic! 
I was thinking of going to the gym before Iftar so I could be back home just in time for Iftar however I don't think that'll be such a good idea since the metabolism will be very slow and energy levels will be down and i won't be able to drink any water while working out. So what I'm doing is that I keep the food intake at Iftar to such a level that I'm not full but get sufficient energy so that I can go workout about an hour or so later.
Thinking of going before Iftar today, just to see what happens :P what's the worst that could happen hey?
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Jul 13, 2013 2:02am
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Hi all.. this is the second topic on Ramadhan workout I find in Skimble. We also discuss it in Nadia's "Ramadhan help", join us if you would :)

Anyway for me, during ramadhan I choose more casual workouts like walking 30-45 minutes after sahoor or just before ifthar. Or light weight lifting and stretching..

many ppl go to gym after ifthar, but I personally try not to that since we only have little time for exercise in the evening with ifthar, taraweeh, and sahoor in such short evening (in summer). Our body need some time after workouts to get ready to sleep and wake up again for tahajjud/sahoor.

I hope this may help you a bit. Have a happy and blessed Ramadhan :)

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Oct 23, 2013 12:50am
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If u miss with the best u will die like the best .

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Oct 23, 2013 6:03am
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That's really a nice question...one ramzan, I was following this routine...after my iftaar and taraweeh, I used to exercise for an hour with my group...our aim was not to lose strength and to just maintain the pre-ramzan level of exercises....we never added more weights during ramzan.....it was just to maintain the strength.and it was tiring...but we all were fully motivated...and we continued...it was such a nice experience

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