Homeless in America – Ep 4 – Tola Talks Texas

Today we’re talking about the 580,000+ homeless people in America, most of those individual males and the rest single moms with children. That’s way too many, and with the help of those of us who are not homeless – including my bodybuilding idol from 1979 and seven time Mr. Olympia champion, https://drexelmagazine.org/compare/ict-thesis-abstracts/18/ social work dissertation topics https://www.lapressclub.org/hypothesis/design-a-essay-of-2-bromo-2-methyl-propyl-acetate/29/ https://willcoxwinecountry.org/linkedin/customer-service-coursework/47/ https://explorationproject.org/annotated/topics-for-research-papers-college/80/ record management essay resume for creative jobs doxycycline overdosage see sixth term examination paper go are humans becoming too dependent on technology essay https://greenechamber.org/blog/interpreting-skills-resume/74/ best cialis online reviews https://mindworkspsychology.org/treat/signs-of-using-viagra/70/ source site recycling is important essay printable orlistat coupons https://plastic-pollution.org/trialrx/side-effect-of-nexium-40-mg/31/ https://iat.iupui.edu/advisor/february-2022-dunham-wrote-an-essay-for-vogue/43/ canada viagra cialis on line cat results 2012 analysis essay david petraeus princeton dissertation generic viagra merck https://teamwomenmn.org/formatting/peter-weir-truman-show-essays/23/ prednisone dosage for allergic reaction thesis social jam sessions soweto cialis 5mg price at sams club is levitra covered by any insurance plan source link cheap argumentative essay ghostwriters services for university Arnold Schwarzenegger, we need to end this epidemic now. Plus a special RIP shout-out to Man’s World Gym owner and mentor from my childhood, Joe Dodd, as well as the legendary football coach turned world-class TV broadcaster, John Madden. Not to mention more weightlifting tips from my workout today, and of course, some inspiring talk about holding the line when it comes to your cryptocurrencies…like I’m doing, even as they plunge even further.

I thought you were 30

I received the nicest compliment at my gym this morning from one of the best built bodybuilders I’ve ever seen. For the past two months I’ve been working out everyday at Richie’s Gym in Brooklyn, and this guy’s physique is amazing. And if you’ve ever been to Richie’s, you know that it’s hard-core.

So when I went up to this twenty-something year-old monster to say goodbye and to say he reminded me of my days working out with Champion Phil Hill in the 80’s – which you’ll read all about in my memoir, Simply Between Millions: From Wall Street to Hollywood – he looked at me and said, “Shit man, you’re old, I thought you were 30”. Nice. Then I said thanks, but add another 20.

And in case you were wondering what I looked like at age 30, here’s a picture featured in my book. Oh, and the secret to drinking from the ‘Fountain of Youth’ starts with these three simple words: DAILY FITNESS PROGRAM

Enjoy everyone…and have a great day! – R