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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 13th April 2011 19:27
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Before making any conclusions of the Hadith below, please see the post on the Disregard of Ulama, A sign of judgement Day. http://www.muftisays.com/blog/abu+mohammed/1429_14-04-2011/disregard-for-ulama.html
 
It is mentioned in a Hadith: "Most certainly, Allah does not like an aalim who is fat." (Bayhaqi) This means that the aalim who is a practicing aalim can never be fat on account of his services to the Deen and fear of the Hereafter.
 
Being fat is actually an indication of living a life of luxury and pleasure and falling into negligence. Such a person cannot be accepted. At times negligence, luxuries and pleasures are considered to be sins. Some of them are makruh, while others are below the stage of perfection.
 
The dislike of Allah will be according to the level of negligence. However, if a person is fat from birth or due to some illness, then this obesity will not be a cause of dislike by Allah Ta'ala. 
 
It is mentioned in a Hadith that the most severely punished person on the day of Qiyamat will be that aalim who did not benefit from his knowledge. (Jaami as-Sagheer)
 
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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 13th April 2011 19:45
I recieved this as a personal question to me, but part of a subscription.

The Subject heading was "Are You Fat Abu Mohammed?"


From another respected member whom I look up to.

It is also my view.

This kind of info would lead ordinary laypersons without correct understanding to make judgements and even utter words which are detrimental to their Imaan...I'm sorry but I feel nowadays people are already too ready to scrutinise every action of the the Ulama-e-kiraam and jump up and down at every little thing

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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 13th April 2011 19:51
There are those who are over weight but that can be due to some kind of illness or genetic disorder, so please bare that in mind. Jazakallah
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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 13th April 2011 19:58
By the way, My kids have recently asked a dreadful question.

Dad, why have you got a big belly?

I'm not a scholar, nowhere near it. But I do feel guilty and InshaAllah will work on it.

Imagine I go for the defence of our Muslim brothers and sisters in Jihad, the kuffar will say, "Dont worry about the fat one!"

I'm worried because I should be.
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#5 [Permalink] Posted on 14th April 2011 10:41

There are very few people who are FAT or OBESE due to medical issues and most are FAT because of their lifestyle and its an easy issue to resolve.

Start a thread and we will discuss it "Military Style" because you civilians make too many excuses! : - )

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#6 [Permalink] Posted on 14th April 2011 10:43
Please continue here.

The title was going to be ARE YOU FAT?

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#7 [Permalink] Posted on 14th April 2011 10:54

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Please continue here. The title was going to be ARE YOU FAT?

Asslamo Allaikum,

Putting aside a small group of people who have medical issues...

Being FAT or OBESE simply means 2 things:

  1. You are consuming too many calories
  2. You are not spending the claories which you are consuming

They are related and which problem you have got has nothing to do with the price of cheese so there is no reason to start an investigation.

Before we start working out a solution, let list some issues:

  • There isn't a short term DIET or FAD or WORKOUT invented which will solve your problem forever.
  • You will never look like a Movie Star or Model and human bodies are not intended to look like them
  • Its HARAM to display your looks (for both men and women)
  • Human bodies gain weight and lose weight and fluctuate in between and thats life
  • Most Gyms have Music and other Haram stuff so if you get a memberhsip within a few months you will either give up (because you will find it difficult to devote the time) OR your Eemaan wil suffer becaue of being in the Haraam environment
  • There is no GADGET or CONTRAPTION invented which which will solve your problem forever.
  • So don't waste your money on Gym Membership or weird techno gadgets etc

Any questions, so far?

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#8 [Permalink] Posted on 14th April 2011 11:13
Yes and No.

My solution is to exercise daily. its just that the stomach is no longer flat like it was before I got married.
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#9 [Permalink] Posted on 14th April 2011 11:19

The simplest problem to solve is for Hijabi/Niqabi women.

Buy cheap Ankle Weights:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Everlast-Womens-Ankle-Weights-pounds/dp/B001O9C4T6

  1. Wear them on your ankles
  2. Wear your normal clothes on top
  3. Do your household work
  4. Hoover everyday (specially stairs)
  5. When you go outside (Masjid, Relatives, Friends etc), keep wearing them with your Jilbab on top...Nobody will know that you are wearing anything and you don't need to tell anyone...

Believe me that you will lose weight in no time UNLESS you sit around all day.

Problem solved.

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#10 [Permalink] Posted on 14th April 2011 11:22

For men there is no effective way to weight lose then running.

Nothing else works.

The downside of running is that you will also lose muscle mass.

More, later.

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#11 [Permalink] Posted on 14th April 2011 11:33
Want abs? Then HIIT them! Ive always been a fan of HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training).

Taking running as an example:

Perform a 5 minute warmup, stretches etc

Start at a moderate pace for 1 minute, then crank up the pace to 90 or 95% of your Maximum Heart Rate (MHR).

Continue at this effort for 15 to 20 seconds, then slow down to your starting pace for another minute followed by another all-out sprint for 15 to 20 seconds.

These sessions should be kept short, so 12-15 minutes of this should be enough.

Then a cooldown and a thorough stretch.

A study at Laval University in Quebec, Canada found that HIIT cardio helped trainees loose nine times more fat than those who trained the traditional way (moderate speed for 20-60 minutes). When you work at a high intensity, you burn more total calories per pound of body weight.

Throw in some Martial Arts and weight training, sorted!

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#12 [Permalink] Posted on 14th April 2011 11:45

"Seifeddine-M" wrote:
Want abs? Then HIIT them! Ive always been a fan of HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training). Taking running as an example: Perform a 5 minute warmup, stretches etc Start at a moderate pace for 1 minute, then crank up the pace to 90 or 95% of your Maximum Heart Rate (MHR). Continue at this effort for 15 to 20 seconds, then slow down to your starting pace for another minute followed by another all-out sprint for 15 to 20 seconds. These sessions should be kept short, so 12-15 minutes of this should be enough. Then a cooldown and a thorough stretch. A study at Laval University in Quebec, Canada found that HIIT cardio helped trainees loose nine times more fat than those who trained the traditional way (moderate speed for 20-60 minutes). When you work at a high intensity, you burn more total calories per pound of body weight. Throw in some Martial Arts and weight training, sorted!

Asslamo Allaikum,

Exactly what I was going to write...Jazakullah Khairun

Some slight explaination.

  1. Stretch
  2. Warm up
  3. RUN at your hardest for 30 seconds
  4. Rest for 3 periods of 30 seconds (i.e. 90 seconds)
  5. RUN at your hardest for 30 seconds
  6. Rest for 3 periods of 30 seconds (i.e. 90 seconds)
  7. RUN at your hardest for 30 seconds
  8. Rest for 3 periods of 30 seconds (i.e. 90 seconds)
  9. RUN at your hardest for 30 seconds
  10. Rest for 3 periods of 30 seconds (i.e. 90 seconds)
  11. RUN at your hardest for 30 seconds
  12. Rest for 3 periods of 30 seconds (i.e. 90 seconds)
  13. RUN at your hardest for 30 seconds
  14. Rest for 3 periods of 30 seconds (i.e. 90 seconds)
  15. Stretch
  16. Cool down

Start with 5 or even 4 sets and as you get better (after 3-4 weeks) reduce the rest periods to:

  • Rest for 2 periods of 30 seconds (i.e. 60 seconds) and increase to 8-10 sets.

And eventually:

  • Rest for 1 periods of 30 seconds (i.e. 30 seconds) and increase to 10-12 sets.

Do some Martial Arts, weights and eat well.

Job done!

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#13 [Permalink] Posted on 14th April 2011 13:49
First post edited, please take a look.

Jazakallah for the information. Once again, thanks to another member whom I look up to.
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#14 [Permalink] Posted on 5th February 2014 16:32
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Isn't that bad for the heart, fast heart rate then a sudden stop, then fast heart rate again?
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#15 [Permalink] Posted on 5th February 2014 17:24
Try these........

Balanced diet



Watch your diet

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