It’s not news anymore that home workouts is all we’ve got for the time being, and at least for the next quarter of this year thanks to the coronavirus that’s taken the world by a storm. Jordan is doing well in comparison to the rest of the world, but it is safe to say the gyms in Amman won’t be open anytime soon for precautionary purposes. If you’re about the look-good-feel-good life, then listen up, because it does come with a bonus - it won’t cost you expensive exercise equipment, just good ol’ affordable resistance bands that go hand in hand with your weight loss, strength training and toning your entire body.
We’ve all taken the internet as our own personal dietitian and thought it was going to change our lives for the better; we hate to be the bearer of bad news but that’s not the case at all. The interwebs is full of insight on just about anything, but it is also filled with different opinions and theories. When you’re about to be more serious than ever about adopting a healthy lifestyle with long term goals...
While the city of Amman is slowly going back to it’s livelihood amid the pandemic, it is without a doubt that gyms will not be open anytime soon, so it’s going to remain home workouts for now. Everywhere in the world people have proven that they can make a workout schedule work during quarantine, effectively and productively, but a lot of people are wondering whether or not it is healthy to workout while fasting or not. Well, the simple answer is that you can’t put the word workout and unhealthy in the same sentence, but there is a right way to do it that you can benefit from.
While culturally and especially in Amman, the Holy Month encompasses traditions of feasting rather than moderate eating, you can actually go above that and use it to your advantage to shed all this quarantine weight you might have helplessly put on. Here are a few tips to get back on track during Ramadan:
Intermittent fasting is officially, totally a thing now. For some people maybe, it’s more like “Oh, you mean Ramadan?” Well, not technically there is actually a difference.
Are you going above and beyond in your weight loss journey and still can’t see any results?
Clueless as to which group class you should go for? Totally fine, we’ve all been there!
We all thought that this year we will be able to wholeheartedly say that the Ketogenic Diet is “so 2019”, but no it is still going and running on full force taking over our lifestyles, social media and conversations.
Have you ever had that moment after a meal where you wondered to yourself: “Did I really just pay that much for a quinoa salad?