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Ready, Get Set, Run!

Dubai Run transforms the entire city into a running track on November 27.

Dubai Fitness Challenge kicks off this Friday – and if you feel like your exercise regime disappeared during the lockdown, and is yet to make a reappearance, now is the perfect time to dust off those trainers and hit the road.

With Dubai Run, the city’s biggest fun run, set to take place on November 27, Dubai Fitness Challenge has launched six, completely free 28-day training programs specially curated by some of the region’s leading professional coaches and athletes to help both first time and routine runners to get into their stride in time for the big day. 

Coaches Manal Rostom, Tania Lolla Kaddoura, Abdullah bin Hajjar, Luke Mathews, Lee Ryan, and Luke Gaffney have each created a virtual training plan to prepare participants for this year’s run. Featuring a feature variety of step-by-step fitness guides for all levels, regardless of whether you’re looking to kick-start your running journey with a 2km course, master a 5km run or take on a 10km challenge, there’s a program for every level.

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This year’s event is particularly special – rather than being limited to a specific venue, Dubai Run will instead see the entire city transformed into a personalised running track. While last year saw Sheik Zayed road taken over by more than 70,000 runners, 2020’s participants will be able to walk, run and jog wherever and whenever they wish – from their own community, neighbourhood or favourite park, and even choose the distance they want to run.

Championing inclusion for people of all ages, abilities and fitness levels, Dubai Run has partnered with Dubai Cares to support students whose lives have been disrupted by this year’s unique challenges. While the event remains free-to-enter, participants are invited to support “Education Uninterrupted”, a nationwide fundraising campaign that tackles the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the education of children and youth in the UAE.

Want to get involved? Visit www.dubairun.com for more details and to register. 

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Revitalise After Feasting: A Post-Thanksgiving Workout Regimen to Recharge Your Body

Revive, Recharge, Thrive

As the Thanksgiving feast fades into fond memories, it’s time to give your body the attention it deserves. In this post-feasting recovery guide, we’ll explore a tailored workout regimen designed to revitalise your body, recharge your energy, and counterbalance the indulgences of the holiday season.

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1. Wake Up the Body with Cardio Bursts:

Kickstart your post-Thanksgiving regimen with invigorating cardio bursts. Whether it’s a brisk morning walk, a jog, or a dance session, get your heart pumping and awaken your body from its food-induced slumber.

2. Core-Strengthening Pilates:

Engage your core muscles with a Pilates session to restore balance and stability. These low-impact exercises are perfect for toning and strengthening, providing a gentle yet effective workout for your post-feast body.

3. Yoga for Digestive Ease:

Explore a sequence of yoga poses designed to aid digestion and promote relaxation. Gentle twists and stretches will help soothe your stomach and release tension, leaving you feeling rejuvenated.

4. High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT):

Inject a burst of energy with HIIT exercises to elevate your heart rate and boost your metabolism. Short, intense intervals followed by rest periods are an efficient way to burn off excess calories and jumpstart your fitness routine.

5. Mindful Cool Down with Stretching:

Wind down your workout with mindful stretching. Focus on areas that may have tightened during the holiday festivities, allowing your body to recover and preventing post-feast stiffness.

As you embrace this post-Thanksgiving workout regimen, remember that it’s not about punishment but restoring balance. This curated routine aims to invigorate your body, clear your mind, and set the tone for a healthy and active holiday season. So, lace up those sneakers, roll out the yoga mat, and let’s embark on a journey to revitalise and recharge after the Thanksgiving feast.

Frequently Asked Questions

How soon after Thanksgiving should I start this workout regimen?

The post-Thanksgiving workout regimen can be started as early as the day after the feast. However, listen to your body, and if needed, allow a day or two for digestion before engaging in more intense exercises.

Can I customize the workout routine based on my fitness level?

Absolutely! Tailor the regimen to suit your fitness level and preferences. Modify intensity, duration, or choose alternative exercises to ensure a comfortable and effective workout experience.

Is it necessary to follow the entire workout routine, or can I focus on specific exercises?

Feel free to adapt the regimen to your needs. While the full routine provides a well-rounded approach, you can choose specific exercises based on your preferences or focus on areas that feel particularly tight or in need of attention.

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