Today we’re talking about the best exercises anyone can do from head-to-toe using only dumbbells. And since the news is rather depressing this Wednesday when it comes to current events including President Biden’s approval rating and paltry school lunches, not to mention murder rates we haven’t seen since the 1990’s and homelessness and inflation on the rise, let’s focus on an easy and affordable daily fitness program that positively affects your 7 body parts: abs, shoulders, back, chest, triceps, biceps and legs. Plus three more steps to everlasting youth from my book, as well as some encouraging price moves from our beloved – and sometimes unbeloved – cryptocurrencies on Robinhood. Have an awesome day everyone…and get your workout in!
Hey everyone, we figured out Zoom and made it easier for you with a new Passcode: tolayoga. Same Meeting ID: 917 1004 1603 and start time 9a (PT).
Go to Zoom.us this Saturday – and every Saturday morning until Christmas – and I’ll see you on mat! Peace – R
Hey everyone, hope you’re rockin’ your workouts, but if not you’re in luck.
As promised – and since most of us have adapted to fitness at home – thought I’d contribute to our collective wellness with complimentary Tola Yoga classes. Join me for a great workout, or simply watch and learn.
Go to Zoom.us then click ‘join a meeting’ (upper right).
Meeting ID: 917 1004 1603
Class is from 9-10a (PDT) on Halloween, this Saturday 10/31. We’re also limited to 100 participants so please come early.
Have an awesome day…and I’ll see you on the mat! Peace – R
No doubt two of the most important words ever invented. They’re also Step 7 of my new book, How to Drink from the Fountain of Youth: 30 Steps to Everlasting Youth. And when it comes to respecting your temple (aka, your body), simply embrace my motto: Another Day – Another Workout.
Also check-out today’s Tola Talks 2.0 – Episode #162, for the easiest exercises you can do for your triceps. Plus get the low-down on Tola Yoga classes coming to ZOOM on Halloween (better eat your Wheaties!)
Have an awesome week everyone, and get your workout in! Peace – R
Just like it’s best to always think positive and never give up when it comes to How to Drink from the Fountain of Youth, the same goes for change: best to embrace change as “a good thing” when it comes to, well, just about anything.
Get your workout in everyone, and I’ll see you on the mat. Peace – R
Do right by your mind, do right by your body, do right by your spirit. Anyone can and should…LOVE THE SCALE. Now get your workout in! Peace – R
First and foremost, when it comes to drinking from the mythical Fountain of Youth, you gotta Keep it Moving whenever humanly possible. And if you need a little inspiration in that department, take heed from my favorite animal, baby Dolphins in today’s Tola Talks #154.
Have an awesome day everyone, and get your workout in! Peace – R
When it comes to anything in life, this 14th Century idiom says it all:
The Proof is in the Pudding. Meaning, the end result is the mark of the success or failure of one’s efforts or planning. Simply put, check it out for yourself and you be the judge.
The same goes for the secrets of my “youthful” success…coming this week! Have an awesome day everyone, and get your workout in. Peace – R
Now that April is in the books, it’s a great time to reflect upon your small victories in the quest to win the war. Because when it comes to achieving your goals and aspirations – and your bountiful dreams – it’s all about making small advances on a daily basis as well as experiencing enlightenments along the way. Especially in these frustrating times of shutdown and uncertainty.
Small victories in the war also relates to your physical body, i.e., your temple and what you’ve done (today) to help fortify it for the journey. Thus, fitness is an everyday necessity, for sure, if you want to stay strong and youthful forever.
So, you gotta ask yourself one question: Did I workout enough in April 2020? Meaning, every single day or more specifically, 30 times. With ‘stay-at-home’ orders permeating the globe, how difficult was it for anyone on the planet aged 12 and up to squeeze at least 15 minutes of exercise into their busy day? And what about your Cardio, Abs/Stretching and Tola Yoga? I trust you got those in too. And if not, then hopefully my exercise report card for April will provide you with some much-needed fitness inspiration:
- 20 minutes/day of Abs/Stretching and Tola Yoga = 10 hours
- 40 minutes/day of bodyweight training = 20 hours
- 25 flights of stairs/day = 750 (about 3 hours)
- 7 miles/day of fast-paced walking = 210 miles (about 50 hours)
- 7 minutes/day of standing balancing poses = 3 hours
When you look at my sum total for April, that equals 86 hours of exercise. To get my daily (and monthly) percentage of exercise achieved, simply divide 86 hours into the total number of hours in April (720), and that equals 12%.
Perhaps more than your average bear, but nothing too extreme. Now 12% may seem gargantuan compared to 1% – that’s exercising every single day for 15 minutes – because unfortunately most people don’t even do that. And if your exercise score is somewhere between me and 1%, you’re a superstar. I believe that. But if during April you’ve averaged less than 1%, than God help you.
Either way, make note of your small victories and keep moving forward. In everything you do, including your career goals and aspirations as well as your hobbies and your wildest dreams. And believe that anything is possible.
And finally, in addition to my fitness victory for April, I scored another small victory by completing my second nonfiction opus about everlasting youth. Another one-of-a-kind creation you’ll really enjoy, especially all the readers of my first book, Simply Between Millions: From Wall Street to Hollywood.
Have an awesome May everyone, and get your workout in! Peace – R
No doubt, Tola Yoga is that. For less than your pumpkin spice latte at Starbucks, come treat yourself to the best. Peace – R