This Gadget Could Help You Stay Active During Ramadan

Hayley Kadrou   |   09 - 05 - 2019

In the midst of Ramadan, staying on top of your physical and mental fitness can be a challenge. But could your Apple Watch be the key to getting it right?

 

When fasting, all the focus can be on food – or lack of. This means fitness routines can often go out of the window.

 

Because if you’re not going to the gym daily and punching your stats into each machine as you start your workout, it’s easy to lose track of your progress. And if working out isn’t a part of your daily routine to begin with, it’s especially easy to become ignorant to just how inactive you’ve become by default over the month of Ramadan.

 

Get your daily reminder to take a breath and go for . walk thanks to your Apple Watch

Get your daily reminder to take a breath and go for . walk thanks to your Apple Watch

 

Which is exactly where fitness watches come in. For example, the Apple Watch series 4 will literally remind you to take a breath, walk or simply stand up if you been inactive for too long – easily done during as your food-energy levels dip and the heat rises.

 

The regular updates along with the daily summary of your steps taken, distance walked and calories burnt will ensure you don’t fall behind.

 

The Apple Watch Series 4 can help you keep track of your fitness routine over Ramadan

The Apple Watch Series 4 can help you keep track of your fitness routine over Ramadan

 

And if you’re feeling the stress as the hunger is kicking in, make sure your mind stays fit and healthy too with the help of the Calm app, which can be synced to you digital timepiece.

 

This will help you to meditate, focus, unwind and relax so you take care of your mental health, too.

 

Visit apple.com/ae for more information.

Keep track of your mental and physical fitness over Ramadan

Keep track of your mental and physical fitness over Ramadan

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