We all wish to marry and settle down with a comforting partner in our lives. Especially women. They begin to hope and dream of a husband usually during their teens. The budding desire to have half our deen completed as soon as possible is quite strong in women. Women want to have a spouse who practically makes her life incredible with each passing moon, and kids who make her home a heaven. Truly, which woman wouldn’t want a picture perfect family in her life? Continue reading
The hormonal imbalance coupled with mood swings, frequent urination, headaches and back pain do not make pregnancy a good experience to cherish. Well, the truth is, you can choose to make pregnancy the most memorable and productive experience of your life, or you can spend it whining and crying.
Below are few tips to make pregnancy a joyous and productive experience of life, In sha Allah. Continue reading
Let us take a look at some important ways in which you, as a Muslim parent, can help your child:
1. Recognize the Signs
Not every child will take the initiative to come up to you and tell you that he is being bullied. In fact, a lot of children wouldn’t. Be observant of your child, so you will notice when something changes in his behavior or expression.
Signs can include: Continue reading
We constantly juggle multiple roles in our life. As a family member, professional and a friend, we deal with a variety of situations. Not only does this challenge us to be emotionally smart, it also challenges us to avoid the trap of a negative emotional state. So we need to make a choice to master our emotions. Do we handle our emotions or will our emotions handle us?
Let’s take a look at an example.
It’s a common scenario for a husband to quarrel with his wife because of work stress. These unfair and undue outbursts damage our personality and relations. How do we ensure that we are in control of our emotions to purify our hearts and protect the relationships we have with others? Continue reading
If there is any piece of equipment we at Muslim Fitness would recommend that our brothers and sisters invest in for their “home” workouts, it would be the treadmill. It is non-discriminatory in that people of all ages and any fitness level can use this simple but highly effective machine. The treadmill is versatile, easy to use and the benefits it brings are undeniable.
A new study published by the American Heart Association (AHA) journal found that walkers lowered their risk of high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes as much as runners.
Unfortunately we often hear comments about how boring it can be. It’s true, using any stationary fitness equipment can definitely become monotonous after a while. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could all afford to buy diverse cardio equipment and turn our home into our own private gym? That would be great! But let’s face it, it’s probably not going to happen anytime soon.
So this article is dedicated to anyone who is thinking about using, is using, used and has given up, the treadmill for their cardio workout. Let Muslim Fitness help you renew your enthusiasm and render your monotonous treadmill workouts into an exciting and invigorating total body workout! Continue reading