Fitness Ball: The Most Fun Exercise During Fasting
July 7, 2015

During fasting, many people are too lazy to go to the gym because exercise will take so much energy. But this doesn't mean you can't do a simple exercise at the gym. Simple exercise like using a fitness ball will be great for your body, this is because fitness ball movements can be challenging although this exercise is relatively easy to do for those who are fasting.

You can maximize the benefits of your exercises by doing these following movements:

 Physio Ball

Physio Ball is the most effective exercise to slim down your body, you can do this exercise when you relaxing on the chair. The steps are so easy; lie down on a rubber ball and keep the spine straight and bend your knees. Lift your body until your upper thighs are parallel to your stomach.


Weighted Side Bend

Weighted Side Bend is considered as easy workout, which can be a good option for a simple exercise at the gym. No need to use stationary bicycle to strengthen and tighten your abs. This exercise will also strengthen your abdominal muscles and hips. 

Ball Crunch

Looking for fun exercise? Try Ball Crunch, it’s very easy! Lie flat on your back with your feet resting on an exercise ball and your knees bent at a 90-degree angle. Put your hands beside your head. Slowly lift yourself up and then lie down again, similar to sit ups.


This Ball Crunch exercise improves and strengthens your abdominal muscles.

The biggest benefit to training using ball exercise is to improve body balance and strengthen the core muscles. Although they may look difficult, fitness ball exercises are easy to learn. There is no reason for you stop exercise while fasting, particularly if you are going to Gold’s Gym, which offers complete facilities and best equipment.

If you are looking for a complete package, balance your exercise with nutritious food to keep your body stay healthy and fit during Ramadan. One of the secrets is to grab Strawberry SOYJOY bar after workout or during iftar, because it contains a good source of protein, which allows your bones to absorb calcium and use it to repair the muscles. So, don’t stop exercising if you want to stay healthy and fit during Ramadan.