Reflection on Juz’ 1 by Mubarakah Ibrahim

Cause indeed the greatest legacy we could live, and we could leave, is to leave Islam for our children. That they too bow down to Allah. That they too call themselves Muslims.

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Juz’ 1

Mubarakah Ibrahim is an internationally known Muslim health and fitness expert and business woman. She specializes in innovative fitness approaches for women and is a recognized leader in coaching entrepreneurs and Muslim Americans. Mubarakah has been a featured expert for Prevention magazine on fitness for women over 40 and the New York Times on Muslim women and exercise. In addition, features of Mubarakah have been published on the American Embassy website and on the front page of the Chicago Tribune. 

In 2008, she appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show “Thirty-Something in America” episode for a segment that highlighted her as “the job you’d never expect” a hijab-wearing Muslim woman personal trainer and owner of a personal training business. Her efforts as both a health and fitness educator and businesswoman has afforded her the opportunity to be invited as a special guest to the White House Iftar Dinner by President Barack Obama in 2012 and 2013. 

To stay connected with Mubarakah, follow her on the following social media platforms:




Instagram: @fitmuslimah 



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