Another Day – Another Workout

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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

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Tola Talks about respect & class (Bette Midler vs. Ariana Grande), Natasha Bedingfield & Tina Turner, Ferguson & senseless deaths from protester violence, the 10 best shopping deals on Black Friday, plus football (soccer) great Leo Messi and the Get Your S#!T Award. On WTF Wednesday, Rich talks some WTF news including a man whose body got infested with worms after eating raw sushi in China. Weekdays on youtube.com/tolatalks

Break the cycle

The cycle of domestic violence occurs when abuse or victimization is passed down from one generation to the next.  More specifically, it’s when children learn destructive behaviors from their parents, and then carry these acceptable behaviors with them into their lives. It must be broken.  Case in point:  Last night a friend called me to talk about his 22 year-old neighbor who was being verbally accosted by her drunken boyfriend.  He said the screaming and shouting from the jackass was so bad that he was concerned for her safety and wasn’t sure what to do.  And this wasn’t the first time this has happened.  In fact, he said it was a regular event.  He also said that when he passes the young gal in the hallway, he feels her insecurity and lack of self-confidence as she always looks away, avoiding any type of eye contact or conversation.  Why does she put up with that crap, and what can he do to help her gain the self-confidence to get rid of the bum, my friend asks?  Breaking the cycle of violence begins with re-building one’s self-worth and turning acceptable behaviors into non-acceptable behaviors.  Like choosing to respect oneself everyday by making healthy choices and by constantly strengthening your body and your mind.  Because it’s all about the choices we make.  And each good choice leads to another good choice, and so on and so on.  So respect yourself and make the healthy choice.  Because anything is possible…if you believe you can.