The Bedaya Centre for Entrepreneurship and Career Development (Bedaya Centre), a joint initiative by Qatar Development Bank (QDB) and Silatech, recently hosted a workshop on planning and creating exercise sessions for the holy month of Ramadan. This was organised in collaboration with sports instructor, Khaled al-Ameri.
During the workshop, al-Ameri tackled two important aspects of physical training. The initial focus was on creating a training schedule based on fitness factors, body readiness, weight loss, and muscle gain. The second aspect was on the methods to train during Ramadan based on proper timing and duration, and the reasons behind muscle relaxation.
Al-Ameri also highlighted fitness factors such as endurance, strength, speed, flexibility, and agility, in addition to general and physical preparation before exercising, as well other training such as aerobics and anaerobic exercises.
During the workshop, the audience was given examples on training schedules for beginners starting with warming-up, stretching, exercising, and cooling down. He also demonstrated the order of training for medium and advanced individuals, including warming-up, stretching, advanced warming-up, main exercise, cooling down. Al-Ameri further elaborated on the need for muscle relaxation and its relation with sudden weight loss, and the best ways of exercising during the holy month of Ramadan.
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