August 10, 2022

The holy month of Ramadan is coming to an finish, and the query of adjusting the coaching regimes {of professional} athletes stays open. Bahrain’s primary blended martial artist, Hamza “The Pleasure of Bahrain” Al Quheji, exemplifies the dedication, dedication and energy it takes to keep up a wholesome way of life, and Ramadan isn’t any exception.

Al Kuheji left Bahrain earlier this month to affix Murad Kashtouf’s widespread fitness center, the Okay-Dojo Tribe, in New Jersey, USA. This determination baffled everybody because the pleasure of the dominion left the nation through the holiest month of the 12 months.

In Bahrain, coaches have a tendency to scale back coaching depth because of the hunger of the overwhelming majority of the nation’s inhabitants. Classes are normally mild earlier than breakfast at sundown and attending a session after night prayers. Consequently, Kuheji determined that it could be greatest to camp overseas to proceed to enhance his abilities and purchase data that will be handed on to the subsequent era of Bahraini fighters.

Al Quheji says: “Throughout Ramadan, studying in Bahrain decreases. I needed to journey to the US to remain in form whereas fasting. There are various skilled athletes who quick and alter their coaching routine throughout Ramadan.”

Koohedji is without doubt one of the {many professional} athletes who go away their camps throughout this holy month to keep up their athletic capability regardless of fasting. In distinction to his preparation for fight, Kuheji on this camp is concentrated on his technical skills.

He provides: “My coaching throughout Ramadan is extra centered on talent growth, fight discount, power and health. It consists of extra technical work and bug fixes.”

Trying to return to Bahrain early subsequent month, Al Quheji plans to proceed to encourage the subsequent era of athletes and promote the advantages of a wholesome, balanced way of life for athletes and non-athletes alike.

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