Plan your active time. Regardless of when you train, make sure that it is time based on your convenience. Set a reminder on your Apple Watch so you can stay updated on your upcoming training days.
Alter your training routine. Don’t seek to meet any personal bests in the gym during Ramadan. Instead of pushing yourself in gym too hard and trying to beat or meet your usual training par, switch up your routine a little bit so you won’t feel down if you notice a decrease in physical performance. Have fun and take this as an opportunity to fix your weak areas instead – more mobility, flexibility and isolation work to help you improve your imbalances and help you gain strength. Explore and discover new routines and activities with Apple Watch such as Yoga, HIIT, Swimming, Hiking etc or try some of the great third-party workout apps available on Apple Watch. (For example: Nike Training Club, Pocket Yoga and Zova: workouts & wellness)
Keep your workout short & sweet. 45mins is all you need. If you trying to keep muscle mass and strength, perhaps take this opportunity to focus on perfecting your training forms, posture and techniques. Not only will it help you lift better, it can also help you push harder after Ramadan now that your technique is much better. If you are someone who wants to shed stubborn fats, a quick and simple HIIT will do the trick. Be sure to plan your workout after breaking fast as you need to hydrate in between your HIIT sets. Be mindful of your heart rate throughout your HIIT sets. Allow yourself to have a little break when you see your heart rate go high on your Apple Watch thanks to the heart rate monitor.