Health and Fitness online “Gym” for Muslim Women

January 21, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it! Fit Muslimah is the online gym for Muslim Women. Muslim Personal Fitness Trainer and Wellness Coach Reveals ALL! Finally a Health and Fitness Website for Muslim Women The ONLY website on the internet dedicated to the physical mental and spiritual health of Muslim Women and best of all it’s FREE! Exercise Library Over 100 illustrated exercises with NEW Exercises added each week Exercise Videos: 20 Minute Exercise Videos Workouts by Personal Trainer and Fitness expert Mubarakah Ibrahim for you to watch online, download, or even burn on your DVD and do in the privacy of your own home. Printable Fitness Programs: Fully Illustrated Weekly Workouts for download and printing Articles: Health and Fitness Articles written for Fit Free EXCLUSIVE members only LIVE Events LIVE Monthly Teleconferences Weekly Dua for you to listen to and even download Weekly Video Health and Fitness Tips

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5 Responses to “Health and Fitness online “Gym” for Muslim Women”
  1. knetasimmons says:

    This is the day for BBw women

  2. meggieee18 says:

    salaam and thanks to this sister for her will to help other sisters! shokran!!!

  3. sarahiashl says:

    We provide BBW online real women

  4. hamdanksa says:

    i dont think that we need this ..!

  5. TheCraisyDaisy says:

    This is such a great idea for us muslim women who are not able to visit the proper facilities.

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