Suicide Sucks – Ep 8 – Tola Talks Texas

Today we’re talking about the 10th leading cause of death in the United States: suicide. To put it bluntly – and I say this numerous times on the show – suicide sucks so don’t f**king do it! Because not only does it eliminate nearly 50,000 lives every year, that’s 1 death every 11 minutes, it has far-reaching impacts including serious emotional, physical and economic costs to society. With depression and anxiety among teens and young adults at an all time high, especially with the fear mongering from COVID and Omicron, suicide has to be thwarted and stopped. Not to mention that anxiety affects 1/3 of adults and adolescents in the United States today, further complicating matters. And kudos to all schools K-12 for their prevention efforts against bullying and other forms of abuse that adversely affect students of all ages. So what should you do if you’re anxious and distraught: save yourself with fitness and yoga, and more specifically, come take my https://mdp.berkeley.edu/wp-content/uploads/?online=cheap-scholarship-essay-editor-service-for-school cialis and supplements bracelet loom bands explication essay https://lawdegree.com/questions/research-paper-on-cyber-crime/46/ https://www.aestheticscienceinstitute.edu/medical/lipitor-and-gas/100/ cheap custom essay writing services au https://heystamford.com/writing/assignment-and-homework-help/8/ purchasing viagra online in australia source link https://teamwomenmn.org/formatting/research-paper-on-chevy-volt/23/ free samples of critical analysis essay what is a good persuasive essay examples of attention getters for research papers essay on village life versus city life go site como hacer viagra femenina cialis paralyzed men https://dsaj.org/buyingmg/crush-lipitor/200/ essays on hockey game canadian drugs overnight https://academicminute.org/paraphrasing/good-transition-words-to-use-in-essays/3/ see url anvomer b6 efek samping viagra medicare patients and cialis can i drive and take lexapro viagra cheapest generic no prescription 750 word essay on respect in the military go to link go here lowest effective dose viagra sports and exercise science dissertation ideas adapting to a new culture essay contest Tola Yoga class at Plano Athletic Club starting this Saturday at 12:30p. That’s right, Tola Yoga is back, and I’d love to see you there front and center. Because who doesn’t want to empower their mind, body and soul while drinking from the Fountain of Youth? Plus kudos to the David Bowie estate as well as Bruce Springsteen, aka The Boss, for such massive sales of their music publishing rights. PS – good luck to my father with his cancer surgery at Sloan Kettering today…you’re gonna rock it! Peace – R

Tola Talks with Voice Artist & Director Karen McCarthy

 

Tola Talks with “the woman of a thousand voices”, Hollywood Voice Artist & Director, Karen McCarthy. On Throwback Thursdays, Rich interviews Karen and her imaginary friends plus gives you the scoop on the baby boom in North Dakota, the roller-coaster ride on Wall Street & market corrections, wedding bells for Lady Gaga & Taylor Kinney, holiday jobs at Amazon & promising retail forecasts, the richest people in all 50 United States – Bill Gates at the top of course – plus the Get Your SH!T Award & highlights of 1990.

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Tola Talks' Rich Tola with Voice Artist & Director, Karen McCarthy
Tola Talks’ Rich Tola with Voice Artist & Director, Karen McCarthy

Be as unique as a fingerprint

Oprah Winfrey said, “I’ve come to believe that each of us has a personal calling that’s as unique as a fingerprint – and that the best way to succeed is to discover what you love and then find a way to offer it to others in the form of service, working hard, and also allowing the energy of the universe to lead you.”  I love Oprah’s belief because it lets you be you, and incorporates the collective energy of everything and everyone around you as part of your destiny.  So be as unique as a fingerprint today and everyday, and don’t forget your 5 minutes of fat burning with Workout #87 – Dancing Warrior.  Enjoy  – R

Fitness + Family = Fun

Yesterday I taught a one-hour fat burning class at a domestic violence shelter in San Diego on behalf of my charity, The Boulevard Zen Foundation.  I was excited to teach about ten children (ages 3 – 12), with a few ever-so shy moms and grandmothers too.  It was certainly a family affair, with the kids leading the charge!  Since I don’t have any children of my own – at least not yet – I’m always fascinated by the pure joy kids find in the simplest of activities.  And with their moms and grand-moms joining in, they had FUN, regardless of how challenging it was.  Simply put, Fitness + Family = Fun.  So gather your entire family today and enjoy strengthening your legs, and your family bond, with my 5 Minute Fat Burning Workout #85 – Chair Twists (the exact same exercises we practiced at the shelter).  And have fun!  – R

Child obesity is a serious problem

This morning I read an enlightening article about the growing concern of California residents that believe childhood obesity is not only a serious problem, but one that nearly 60% of those polled statewide believe has become an epidemic.  I would have to agree.  Not only is childhood obesity a serious problem – the inability of parents to be excellent roll models is one that I consider even more alarming.  I should know.  One of the key reasons I created my 15 Minute Fat Burning Workouts is due in part to my charity, The Boulevard Zen Foundation.  As you know, we teach yoga to children and their moms living in domestic violence shelters.  Every time I’ve entered a new shelter to introduce our program to everyone the first question I’m asked by the moms is will yoga help them lose weight.  An interesting question for those of us who are dedicated to this 6,000 year old practice.  Because most of us didn’t start practicing yoga to lose weight.  We did so for its overall mental, physical and spiritual benefits.  Thus, I created a complete set of full body, yoga-based exercises that are brief in nature – only 15 minutes per workout- are easy to follow, affordable, attainable and available for ANYONE of any age, size, weight or gender.  Including children.  Just ask my niece who’s 11 years old.  And if you don’t believe me – try it out yourself.  And if you can’t afford the $1.99 per workout, write me a letter with your sincere interest and I’ll forward you Monday’s workout.  Because who doesn’t have 15 minutes a day to respect themselves?