Sports | Mar 24

Radio Calisthenics Gains Modern Appeal

TOKYO, Mar 24 (News On Japan) - Shuzo Matsuoka, an instructor who teaches "Radio Calisthenics" to 35,000 people annually, meets with Yuga Uehara, affectionately known as "Radio Sis," a devoted promoter of radio calisthenics.

This fitness regimen, born in 1928, spread with the goal of enhancing the health of the nation, and by 1951, it evolved into its current form known as "Radio Calisthenics First."

Unbeknownst to many, this traditional exercise addresses modern-day ailments, offering an ideal way to stay fit.

Source: ANN


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