The Men of Jannah will have the strength in intercourse of 100 as was narrated from Anas ibn Maalik (radyAllahu anhu) from the Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alahi wa sallam) in a Hasan Hadith found in Jami’ At-Tirmidhi (Hadith 2536 - Chapter on Description of Paradise From the Messenger of Allah (sallallahu alahi wa sallam)).
What’s a better way to start the new year than to drill a gym session? Here’s a full body workout that will help you set the pace for your new year. Including cardiovascular work this session also switches between upper and lower body movements that will have your heart racing and muscles worked.
Losing weight isn’t science for some people but for others it’s harder than building a spaceship and that’s nothing to be sad about. In this post I will break down the ways you can implement to lose your desired weight and keep it off.
Wearing a new pair of kicks (sneakers/ trainers) has almost always brought me happiness until they get scuffed up. You can't buy a new pair and have them mashup within days, not cool. Most of us have those everyday trainers; your go-to daily run around kicks, those beat down comfy as anything trainers. But when it comes to getting your exercise in, with specific goals in mind you may want to trade those slides in for some real workout ready lace-ups.
Food should be treated as medicine. How I understand this is that you eat in quantities necessary at the correct times and in the correct manner. Overeating is from being unrestrictive with one's self which is easy to fall into when a person hasn’t been guided away from this.
The work you need to do to gain muscle mass for example will require consistent and planned weight training. That is physical activity that conditions your body into the desired bodily adaptation. Thinking about growing won’t bring forth the goal, work will.
Criterion Fitness and Nutrition help Youth and Men achieve health goals and get into better shape with online consultations and exercise programmes. If you’re like the many men working from home, aware of their need for regular exercise and a good diet but no solid direction or lacking motivation, read on and welcome to our website.
You can sharpen your mental and physical sword but ultimately our ability and allotted share of sharpness is limited to what Allah (our creator, the mighty and majestic) decrees for us. That doesn't mean we shouldn't work to stay on our A-game...
The NHS Live Well website defines physical activity as 'movement of the body that uses energy.' An example of this would be ironing a shirt, taking rubbish outside of your home or cooking food for your family. All of these examples require energy to be expended to complete the tasks, but is this enough to help us in the long run?