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September 20, 1991 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-09-20

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The JCC Health Club

Check Us Out!

yes

no

Spielberg and Kashdan take a leisurely stroll.

always be bent at a 90-
degree angle and swung like
a pendulum in rhythm with
the steps. The head should
be raised at all times while
the neck and shoulders re-
main relaxed.
But before undertaking
any activity, the budding
speedwalker should consult
a physician.
"Essentially, anyone can
do it at their own pace," said
Dr. A. David Goldberg, car-
diologist at Henry Ford
Hospital. "Most people I see
are not used to exercise. But
I don't think age is some-
thing to take into considera-
tion, only medical condi-
tion."
While Dr. Goldberg says
there may not be any direct
link between walking and
the minimizing of coronary
heart disease, he believes
walking can prevent the fac-
tors that cause heart prob-
lems.
"People have to change

their lifestyles," he said.
"They should build up grad-
ually, starting with 30
minutes a day. But if there's
any problems like chest
pains, shortness of breath or
dizziness, they should con-
sult a physician immedi-
ately.
"Be sensible — stop when
you feel tired."
Dr. Goldberg also feels a
major problem with the
sport is walking when it's
too cold or when it's too hot.
He recommends the shopping
malls during summer and
winter for a temperature-
controlled environment. ❑

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• $275 savings for 1825 year olds only
• Good September 1991 only
• must not have been a Health Club member in past year
• some restrictions may apply

54

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1991

IIE

For further information, please contact the

Jewish Community Center
of Metropolitan Detroit
MEMBERSHIP DEPARTMENT at
661.1000, ext. 265, 266.

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Tens of
thousands of visitors from
the Soviet Union flew over
Israel last week, but they
were not new olim and they
caused no problems with
housing or employment.
The visitors were a flock of
some 50,000 storks, winging
their way in mass formation
in their annual migration
from their summer dachas in
Russia and Eastern Europe
to their winter habitat in
Africa.
Officials of the Bird Watch
section of the Society for the
Preservation of Nature in
Israel said it was the largest
flock of storks since the start
of the migration season two
weeks ago, and the largest of
a single species of birds ever

seen in Israel since the an-
nual bird watch began.
The flock stretched some
60 to 70 miles.
Radar operators at Ben-
Gurion Airport, who keep a
special watch for the birds,
said the flock had by midday
formed a long black band
across their screens.
The birds were well on
their way out of Israeli air
space in the Negev by eve-
ning.
The birds fly over the
Israeli land bridge between
Europe and Africa on the
same dates each year and
use identical routes. They
are believed to navigate by
following the Earth's
gravitational and elec-
tromagnetic lines of force.

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