Taka Update November 23, 2015 Happy Thanks Giving Day
Fish delivery and more
☆Tuna is big eye so far. Please don’t expect this week because of holiday season.
☆We have uni from California.
☆Live scallop and surf clam are coming later today.
☆Fresh Ikura is available. It will be one more month and the season is over.
☆ Hawaiian fish is not coming this week. I buy Kanpachi from a local supplier.
☆ Special fish of this week? Maybe not. I have whiting Tempura today. It’s good.
Our business during Holiday
We will be closed on Thursday lunch and dinner and Friday Lunch.
Our closing date will be February 27th or March 10th. It depends on construction delay. I signed the lease last week. I had a meeting with designer and contractor already. I gave my idea. The opening date is April 1st 2016.
New address is 4600 Roswell Rd. Suite E110, Sandy Springs GA 30342
Walking is Good, with Strength Training, Even Better
Walking is great exercise. Enthusiasts reap many health benefits, both physically and emotionally. Walking and other aerobic activities help to improve sleep and to decrease symptoms of depression, the risk of developing heart disease and Type II diabetes. Walking also helps to reduce obesity while decreasing body fat and improving circulation.
However, to increase and maintain bone and muscle mass, strengthening exercises are the way to go. Little by little, fat replaces muscle and bone tissue as you age. While the bathroom scale may not change, your body composition does — unless you take action.
The Benefits of Strength Training
In comparison to walking programs, strength-training programs are more effective in increasing muscle mass and bone density, with as little as two half-hour sessions per week. In addition, strength training provides benefits similar to aerobic exercise such as decreasing depression, improving sleep, helping with weight management and decreasing body fat.
Increased bone density reduces the risk of osteoporosis, a condition in which bones become thin and brittle and are easily fractured during falls or other accidents. And maintaining muscular strength is extremely important for continued independence and physical function as you age.
Integrating Strength Training into Your Exercise Program
If you are walking an hour every day, six days a week, substitute a portion of your walking time with strength training to receive the maximum benefit from exercise. For example, on three of the six days, decrease your walking time to a half-hour and reserve the second half-hour for strengthening exercises. On the other three days, continue to walk for the full hour. It is important to take a day off in between strength-training sessions. Walking everyday, whether strength training or not, is fine.
To Modify Your Current Walking Program to Include Strength Training, You Have Several Options for Getting Started:
At home — To start a program at home, you will need to purchase equipment and instructional materials. My two books, “Strong Women Stay Young” and “Strong Women Stay Slim,” outline at-home strength training program. The second book also includes nutrition and aerobic exercise components.
At a fitness facility — To utilize the equipment provided at gyms and health clubs, it is important to receive instruction from a trainer on staff before starting a program. Be sure to ask your questions as they come up.
Using a personal trainer — Either at home or at a fitness facility, you may also want to work one-on-one with a personal trainer who can give added motivation, guidance and instruction. You can find personal trainers through local gyms and health clubs, or in the phone book.
All physical activity, be it gardening, walking, biking, hiking, swimming or strengthening exercises, is important for maintaining independence and function as you age. Regular physical activity also decreases the risk for developing various chronic diseases, including heart disease, arthritis and osteoporosis. However, the best way to maintain bone and muscle mass and cardiovascular function is to do a combination of activities that includes both strength training and aerobic exercise.
Eating and drinking season is coming at the corner. Walk more after eating and drinking. It’s easy 1000 calorie taking in, 1000 calorie taking out. And your weight never changed.
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