فعاليات المشي في رمضان

It looks like Dr. Abdullah AlMutawa (@DrAlmutawa), the dietitian, is organizing exercising walks in malls of Kuwait during Ramadan… here is a report done by Alazeera Sports TV on the issue 😉 Nice move

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELrsTjDIHvk

(YouTube)

 

تقرير علي احمد مراسل الجزيرة الرياضية في الكويت عن هواية المشي في شهر رمضان مسلط الضوء على “فعاليات المشي في رمضان” التي ينظمها الدكتور عبد الله المطوع اخصائي التغذية طوال الشهر الفضيل في 360مول وفي اجواء مغلقة تقي الناس لهيب شمس الكويت. وقد شارك في اليوم الاول بدر المطوع نجم المنتخب الكويتي ونادي القادسية كبادرة دعم وتشجيع الناس على ممارسة الرياضة في شهر الصيام

 

For more you can follow @DrAlmutawa on twitter for more updates 😉

 

Thanks Fifi 😉

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3 Responses to فعاليات المشي في رمضان

  1. essa k alessa says:

    see at 2:13 in the background loool

  2. anonymous says:

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    I was very saddened by what bloggers such as yourself are doing to blogging and everything it stands for. It is supposed to be the place people are able to freely express their thoughts. Blogging is one of the driving forces against censorship, especially petty ones such as a negative opinion about a restaurant or salon – and yet I feel that it is exactly what I am getting from your blog.

    You work hard on your blog. I however lost credibility in it. Today it’s all positive reviews and opinions about everywhere. Could it be the increase of sponsors and invites to places that force you to censor negative comments or your personal negative opinion about everything?

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    P.S. About non-profit motivations.
    I have nothing against benefiting from something you work hard for. But I cannot accept or respect it dictating options and values.

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