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    Fun Ways to Exercise and Stay Fit this Eid without Sacrificing Festivities

    Get Moving this Eid with these Festive Workout Ideas

    The Eid celebrations are approaching and it's common to indulge in delicious festive foods during this time. However, it's important not to let your fitness take a backseat. With some creative workout planning, you can enjoy the festivities while staying active and healthy. Here are some exercise ideas to incorporatate into your Eid days.

    Plan outdoor activities like going to the park for a morning run or evening walk with family and friends. Being outdoors has added benefits of vitamin D from sunshine. You can also organize a friendly game of football or match involving the whole gang. Competition and team spirit will make exercise more fun and time will fly by.

    For those who prefer indoor workouts, try short burst of high-intensity exercises at home like jumping jacks, burpees or squat jumps done in intervals of 30 seconds on and off. This type of training elevates the heart rate and burns calories faster. You don't need any equipment either. Bodyweight exercises are also effective – do planks, pushups and crunches.

    Involve kids in the exercise routine by turning chores into a game. Have a dance party while folding clothes or do squats while packing snacks. This makes physical activity enjoyable for them as well as yourself. Cooking can become a workout too – zumba your way around the kitchen!

    Making small tweaks like taking the stairs instead of the elevator or parking a little further, adding short walks after meals – these simple changes add up and help you stay fit even on festive days. Don't miss your regular workouts but schedule them at a different time of the day if needed. The key is to find ways to integrate fitness freely into your Eid celebrations. Stay active without losing out on festive spirit and carry forward your healthy habits.

    Northlines
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