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  1. Assalamu Alaikum, Let me first appreciate Sister Raeesa Patel with whose assistance this beautiful article was drafted for our benefit. We wish her safe delivery of the brother/sister to her two handsome children. Suffices it to say that we appreciate the Productive Muslim, in a larger way, for serving as a reliable platform for boast to our productivity
    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this article. Practical steps to improving ones physical health as a way of adding more and more value to our lives. Value in the sense of keeping fit in an enjoyable way and serving the purpose for which we are created. BarakalLahu fiykum.

  2. For beginners, simply start with cardio once a week until you feel that you can increase it. Start with 15 mins or so. Walk, cycle, or run/jog etc.

    I read somewhere that before moving onto serious training, begin with Arabic workout first for at least 6 months, (at 60-65% of your heart rate). Then, add strength training or etc

  3. mashaAllah it is a very good article with useful information for most people who are educated enough. I would suggest for the article to become more effective, to have a form with more spacing between paragraphs;and also while one may think it will increase the number of pages and deter a reader,but the contrary would be true if spacing between lines is created to space and hald instead of single spacing.

    Also, for those who may have less time, the same good article may be condensed into a third of its subject matter and presented. Thank you so much for your kindness and gracious efforts. May Allah keep you and your family and friends well and Blessed Aameen.

  4. Assalamu alaikum warahmatullah i thanks almighty Allah for giving me opportunity to read this article it’s very helping, guiding and interesting. May Allah ( swt ) make it useful for us here and hereafter. May he also bless the writer and make it sadaqatul jariah for him, Ameen Wassalaamu Alaikum Warahmatullah.

  5. SubhanAllah! This is exactly what the Ummah needs! Our religion is so perfect that it not only focuses on our spirituality, but our physical needs as well. JazakaAllah khayr for this wonderful article!

  6. JazakAllah hu khair for sharing such a beneficial article! May Allah reward u abundantly and May Allah accept all your good deeds. I totally agree with all the information given on how to make the heart physically healthy. I just wanted to add that if we get enough sleep, its also good for the heart. We sleep at the right time. Sleeping early while waking up and staying up at fajr time makes me feel so good. Allah knows best 😊
    BarakAllahu hu feeki

  7. Assalamu-alaikum, my appreciation and thanks to the writer of this article . Actually i found the article highly educative. May Allah(SWT) reward you and the here-after amin.

  8. Jazakum-Allahu Khairan. Very beneficial information.

    Fasting twice in a week also good for stomach and heart, moreover IT IS SUNNAH.

  9. Assalam alaykum wa rahmatullah wabarakatuh brother.
    What about we Muslim ladies that have neighbors living with us. There’s no enough money to buy exercise equipments and the gyms around are most times filled with men.
    How can we get our bodies exercised??

  10. Jazakum Allahu khairan
    Very very helpful, may ALLAH put barakak in your time and may HE grant you your family and the whole team a healthy happy and peaceful life.