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Old School New BodyOld School New Body is a quality fitness program, developed by Steve and Becky Holman, a couple in their 50s. We do not get time to take care of our body’s needs because of the fast-paced lifestyle, but with this workout that requires you to do only 90 minutes per week, you can manage to live healthy lives. The basic principles of this fitness program are low-weight and high- reps resistance workout. They are based on the methods used by an old school renowned trainer called, Vince Gironda. It primarily aims, to provide an individual with a lean, toned and fit body and to show them how to reverse their aging process.Old School New Body

Old School New Body

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Almost 6 years later, he has dived into the deep sea countless times, searching for his missing wife in the endless darkness. How much love do you have to hold on to it?

On March 11, 2011, that day was Friday. As usual, Yasuo Takamatsu drove his wife Yuko Takamatsu to work, and then sent his mother-in-law to the hospital for an examination. He had just arrived at the door of the hospital when a magnitude 9 earthquake struck without warning and lasted for 6 minutes.

Yasuo Takamatsu drove back immediately and learned about the disaster on the radio all the way. His son who went to school in another place sent a safety message. His daughter was also found in an evacuation shelter, but his wife could not be contacted.

Until 3 pm, Yasuo received a message from his wife: "Are you safe? I want to go home." As the road was completely blocked that day, Yasuo could not go to the bank where his wife worked.

Early the next morning, he rushed to the refuge, but witnesses told him that everyone climbed to the top of the building. In just a few minutes, the sea swallowed the building and everyone was swept away by the tsunami.

"At the moment I heard the news, I could hardly stand up. The tsunami took away not only Yuko, but all the strength in my body."

A month later, in the ruins of the bank, Yasuo found his wife's mobile phone, which contained an unsent text message: "The tsunami is terrible."

"Are you safe? I want to go home." Every time he sees this text message from his wife, Yasuo's heart suddenly hurts. Especially when the corpses in the ruins of the bank were dug out one by one, every "other's death" was like an electric drill drilled into his chest, mixing the sadness and despair inside.

He couldn't imagine how he would face it if the next corpse was his wife. In those days, he resisted the grief, and at the same time, with boundless hope, walked across the land, forests, and coastlines, and carried out a carpet search of all possible locations, but his wife never saw anyone or a corpse.

When the two met, Yuko was only 26 years old. At that time, Yuko was beautiful and gentle, and liked classical music and watercolor painting. It didn't take long for the two to contact her before Yasuo fell in love with her unreservedly.

For many years, the relationship between husband and wife is very good. Although they sometimes quarrel, they don't know how much comfort and support they have given each other in their lives.

In the process of searching for his wife, Yasuo occasionally recalled those years, and looked at the vast sea alone and sighed: "Yuko, if I hadn’t met you, how boring life would be, how would I know that there are Such a happy moment."

Whenever I turned out his wife's mobile phone and saw the unsent message, the words "Tsunami was terrible" came into view, and Yasuo could deeply understand his wife's thoughts.

"She must have wanted to go home quickly and see my daughter and me. No matter what happens afterwards, she must have only one wish at the time."

Yasuo vowed to find his wife. By chance, Yasuo saw that a diver of the Japanese Maritime Guard was looking for missing persons, and he thought, "If I do the same, maybe I can take Yuko home." So he turned his goal to the bottom of the sea.

In 2013, at the age of 56 years old, he signed up to learn diving.

He contacted the diving instructor: "I am over half a hundred years old and have no interest in diving. I just hope to find my wife."

After training with the instructor for 3 days, he got a beginner diving license. In the sea, he tried to wear a mask, learn to judge buoyancy, practice using ropes...

But everything is more difficult than imagined. The underwater is full of unknown dangers, and there are many restricted areas and fishing areas. Due to the fluidity of seawater, many areas have to be searched repeatedly. For those waters with complex conditions, professional guards must be asked for help.

At first, he could only dive once a month. Every time he went deep into this sad sea and searched the dimly lit seabed, no one could understand the pain in Yasuo's heart.

Every dive is full of hope, and every time I get out of the water, I feel tired and sad. As time goes by, he dives deeper and deeper. One year later, he can dive to 80 feet (about 24 meters), and the deepest record is 85 feet (about 25.9 meters). He is at this depth, he can hold on for 10 minutes. In 2014, he obtained a national diving license and dived into the seabed to clean up the ruins, looking for his wife.

He learned how to clean up the wreckage at sea, how to rescue drowning people under the sea, and even how to retrieve the remains.

Every time he dived, he prayed, even if he could find anything related to his wife. But this tiny wish was never realized. He could only go deep into the seabed again and again, never giving up, and constantly searching.

Every time he enters the bottom of the sea, Yasuo seems to have entered another world, a gray area connected to death, where he can hear the whispers of the missing person in a daze, and he can also feel the existence of his wife, step by step approaching her. .

During the search, Yasuo met Masaaki Narita, the manager of a fish processing plant. Zhengming is 57 years old, his daughter Huimei, and Yasuo's wife are bank colleagues.

After the tsunami passed, his daughter's whereabouts were unknown, Zhengming decided to dive into the sea with Yasuo to find the remains of his missing relatives. The wife feels very upset about this, worrying about her husband's accident underwater.

But Narita Masaaki told his wife: "Before I found Emi's body, I firmly believe that my daughter is still alive. If I also leave, please scatter my ashes in the sea."

The wife understands her husband very well: "I am very grateful to my husband. He has not given up on searching for his daughter. I know that searching under the sea is very difficult, but as long as there is a clue, it is hope for us. She is my only child this year. She should be 31 years old. Although disaster is inevitable, Huimei was not born to sleep on the cold seabed. We should at least send her to a warm bed."

She was reluctant to write off her daughter's phone number. This was her last contact with Huimei. She still texted her daughter every day: "I'm sorry, I'm sorry..."

In this way, two elderly people, one looking for a wife and one looking for a daughter, both dived into the deep sea twice a month. As of the beginning of 2016, Yasuo had dived more than 110 times.

There are always new bodies being found constantly, and seeing the sadness of the claimed family members, Yasuo often hides in the distance and weeps alone.

Family members said to him more than once: “It’s good to be able to find the body. But after finding the body, I still feel painful. Before the body was found, we always had hope. Now there is only despair.”

Whether it is hope or despair, Yasuo doesn’t want to think about it any more. He just dives into the bottom of the sea again and again, and he goes there for nearly 50 minutes, not only looking for the remains, but also any subtle things, even a key or a bunch of jewelry. Will let it go.

By now, both he and Zhengming knew in their hearts that people were no longer in this world, but they had to keep the idea of ​​finding something so that they could continue to live.

"I know how difficult it is," Yasuo said, "but this is the only thing I can do. I have no choice but to keep looking. I feel that when I dive into the sea, it is when I am closest to her. "

A French composer, after listening to Takamatsu's story, wrote for him "Yoko Takamatsu", a piano solo named after his wife. Takamatsu often took it out to listen, whether it was surfing the Internet, exercising, or sleeping, let this melody surround him.

Someone once asked Yasuo: "Does it remind me of the past when I listen to this song?" Yasuo replied, "I didn't think of the past, because I never forgot."

When he is free, he will pull out his wife's mobile phone. When he sees the phrase "I want to go home", his body will be full of courage and strength. In any case, he will take his wife home.

When telling this story, the figure of Kang Fu diving has always appeared in my mind.

What a lonely figure is that, a person is surrounded by boundless, dim sea water, but because of the strong love and determination, no matter how unpredictable danger the seabed may be, he still seeks resolutely and constantly.

In fact, what Yasuo has been searching for is not only the body of his wife, but also the meaning of life as a survivor.

Just as Yasuo said: "I have no choice but to continue." Because if you don't continue to search, the meaning of life is almost desolate.

Even if you know that you may not find it in your life, knowing that finding the body will make you even more desperate, you still have to dive into the deep sea with full courage to find your lover, time and time again...

Every time I dive below the surface of the sea, I follow not only the love deeper than the sea, but also the driving force for my own progress.

Murakami once said: "Everyone is looking for something extremely precious throughout their lives. Even if it suffers fatal damage, they must work hard to find it. Otherwise, the meaning of life will no longer exist."

Everyone, facing the fickle life, has to have a posture like Yasuo, and has no choice but to keep pursuing. On the road of pursuit, move forward with love to achieve courage, strength and determination.

This is the best way to resist despair.

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