The weather is pleasant today, and it also happens to be a rest day in my training plan. After lunch, I decided to take a leisurely walk.

Along the way, I noticed that a significant portion of the men I encountered were overweight. This observation extended beyond middle-aged men to include younger men who have just entered or are about to enter the workforce. Conversely, women seem to be more conscious of their diet and body maintenance, resulting in a generally healthier appearance.

The prevalence of overweight individuals and associated health concerns, such as fatty liver disease caused by visceral fat accumulation, is a cause for concern. These issues can have a profound impact on daily life.

In terms of transportation, individuals with the means often opt for driving, while those without a car typically choose electric bicycles. Cycling is primarily embraced by ordinary office workers and senior citizens.

The rapid advancement of technology has led to the automation of manual labor, with most professions now revolving around mental work.

While travel and work do not demand significant energy expenditure, our dietary choices have become increasingly rich in various nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, and proteins. However, this increased intake also extends to fat and calories.

The imbalance between energy consumption and energy intake in daily life is a major contributor to fat accumulation.

Looking ahead to the upcoming weekend, I plan to continue working for another week. If time allows and I don't have to work overtime, I intend to spend quality time with my family or friends, engaging in activities beyond mere eating and drinking.