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10 Sports Muslims Should Engage in during Ramadan Fasting 

Fasting during Ramadan holds deep significance for Muslims. It’s believed to be the month when the Quran, the Islamic holy book, was revealed to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). 

Muslims aim to gain spiritual rewards and come closer to Allah through prayer, recitation of the Quran, and acts of charity.

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As Ramadan is approaching for the Muslims faithful, here are 10 sports suitable for participating in during Ramadan fasting, keeping in mind moderate activity is ideal:

  1. Walking: Easy on the body and joints, walking is a great way to stay active during Ramadan. You can walk outdoors before sunrise or after sunset, or even walk indoors at a mall or community center.
  2. Swimming:  Swimming is a low-impact exercise that’s refreshing and keeps you cool, especially beneficial in hot weather during Ramadan.
  3. Cycling: Similar to walking, cycling is a moderate exercise you can enjoy outdoors or on a stationary bike indoors.
  4. Yoga: Yoga offers a combination of physical postures, breathing exercises, and meditation, promoting relaxation and improving flexibility.
  5. Tai Chi: A gentle form of exercise that focuses on slow, deliberate movements and controlled breathing, Tai Chi can improve balance and coordination.
  6. Badminton: A fun and social sport, badminton is played with lightweight racquets and a shuttlecock. It provides moderate exercise without being too strenuous.
  7. Table Tennis: Another option for moderate exercise and social interaction, table tennis is a fast-paced but low-impact sport.
  8. Bowling: Bowling is a great way to stay active and have some fun with friends or family during Ramadan. It’s a low-impact activity that doesn’t require a lot of exertion.
  9. Light Weight Training: Using light weights or bodyweight exercises can help maintain muscle mass during Ramadan. It’s important to listen to your body and avoid lifting heavy weights.
  10. Golf: While golf requires walking, the overall pace is relaxed, making it a manageable option for moderate exercise during Ramadan.
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