Recently, I go trail running during my Satoyama cycling.
According to Yu Suzuki, the author of Furo Choju Method, Immortality and Longevity Method, the number one secret to extending your lifespan is to have a combination of moderate stress and recovery.
It was much longer than my usual Nordic walking route, so I can almost call it Nordic trekking.
Tarobo is a power spot, too, and it was great preparation for the full moon.
On the way back, it was fabulous cycling downhill all the way. It wasn’t a rugged mountain trail, just a regular road, so I wouldn’t call it mountain biking. It was more like mountain cycling, and that was good enough for us, safe and fun.
I find walking up shrine steps a moderate and suitable exercise.
Yesterday, my son and I went to a mountain called Inokoyama near Lake Biwa in Notogawa. We could see the lake from the top, and the view was fantastic.
How do you walk 4400 steps sporadically?
Find it difficult to do workouts? Today, I will share with you an exercise that is easy and fun for people who are not really into doing sports.
Just like river swimming, lake swimming can be great Shizenha bio-hacking.