Our certified personal trainer, Ahmed Nasri recommends the following products as a good start:
Our qualified, trainer, Olivia McCubbin recommends to plan ahead and make nutrition a priority. Protein is your priority macro nutrient during Ramadan, so start with this and add healthy fats and carbs around this to minimise body fat gain and maintain lean mass. Try to keep your meal portions the same as what you would when not fasting”
In terms of training, our qualified personal trainers and nutritional advisers, Michael & Vivienne Addo suggest to focus on low to moderate steady state cardio for 45-60 min (before Suhoor) or high intensity training for 20-40 min (after Iftar).
Our qualified personal trainers and nutritional advisors, Michael and Vivienne Addo recommends to:
Our personal trainer, Olivia McCubbin suggests: "Just because you are fasting, do not use this as a reason to stop training. Try to make it into the gym at a minimum 4x per week over this period. Even if they are lighter training sessions, it will most likely provide enough stress/stimulation to hold all of your muscle mass during Ramadan".
According to our personal trainer, Olivia McCubbin: "If you want to minimise disruption to your sleep, try keeping a healthy snack by your bedside table that is easy to consume and digest, such as healthy nut butter with some fruit like a banana or apple and a quality protein bar for extra satiety. A good snack could be Myproteins Meal Replacement Bar which has less than 230 calories, has 20g protein and 22 different essential nutrients like calcium, potassium and phosphorous!"