Friday, July 26, 2013

Ramadan and Weight Loss


8 comments:

KCLAnderson (Karen) said...

Ramadan Kareem and Ramadan Mubarak (yeah, I googled "what to say" :-)

Emil said...

Keep up the good work man! You're an inspiration. I'm going through the same fight. Seems like we're both going to win this! Stay strong!

Mr. Lasik said...

Great speech! Thanks a lot for the huge motivation!

Alyssa said...

You're my hero - ramandan Mubarak! I'd be wakin up before sun rise n stuff just to stuff my face :) Keep up the good work!!!!

Jess said...

Before hearing you break it down, I would have thought that by fasting you would lost weight. But it would create a huge mental battle to not binge eat. Fasting and still exercising and managing your food is fantastic, so motivational and really helps me refocus. thank you!

Janet Sarandon said...

Wow! You're such a motivational speaker. I really need to focus so that I could achieve my weight loss goals. BTW, I'm a Catholic but I like this subject. Keep on posting! :-D

Patricia said...

I always seem to put more weight on during Ramadan for some reason :/

Sam Athelete said...

Losing weight shouldn't be as hard as many people try to make it. People who are desperate to achieve weight loss are often prone to take more risks. The only reason most people fail in their fitness goals is that they have good intentions at first to adopt a new lifestyle, yet after a few weeks or months, they abandon their good intentions and slip right back into their old bad habits that gave them the excess body fat in the first place.