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"Is It Okay To Walk Out?" with The BOLO Podcast
In this episode of The BOLO Podcast, we discuss first amendment rights as it relates to walking out on a college commencement speech, and we talk about the art of standing out among the crowd in the gym and on social media.
Summary of the interview with the Crew:
- Notre Dame students walked out on the Vice President's commencement speech at their graduation.
- Man sued a woman for texting on their date.
- Dee is a deputy in Florida and formerly worker for the Coast Guard.
- Madison's mom reposted how the students walked out on the vice president and political banter was going back and forth.
- Mike feels that people use laws and legality as a scapegoat.
- Dee feels as though people are lacking human decency.
- Being a social media driven generation some people tend to care more about becoming "instafamous" than helping out one another.
- On social media we're seeing a lot of airbrushing, selfies and people taking photos of their body parts to gain followers.
- Mike feels as though people need to get back to "getting real" on social media.
- We have to reinforce good values in our children.
- Mike has been wearing his "Brave Response Holster" from ConcealedCarry.com and is very happy with the product and it's functionality and comfort. Even while working out with it, it doesn't budge and is comfortable. Download The BOLO Podcast app to get 15% off and free shipping!!
Hey Guys!! This is Janae, a lot of you might not know me, but I write the show notes and take care of things behind the scenes. After listening to this week's episode about the student's who walked out on their commencement speaker, I had a few points that I wanted to make and will be doing so on our next LIVE show. Stay tuned, things should get interesting!
Nutrition/Fitness Tip - Sleep Deprivation
This week's nutrition/fitness tip from Tamrin
- Sleep deprivation is simply defined as the condition of not having enough sleep - quality sleep. Is is recommended that the average adult get 7-9 hours of sleep per night to function at their best.
- It can be acute meaning a short term issue or chronic which is ongoing. Sleep deprivation can cause: impaired cognitive function, weakened immune system, extreme fatigue, memory loss, increased reaction time, irritability, depression, hallucinations, muscle soreness, weight loss or gain and in increased chance of diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure to name a few.
- Studies show that those who work in law enforcement, especially officers are some of the worst offenders of lack of adequate sleep. A large number of officer collisions and even critical Incidents resulting in death or injury can be attributed to sleep deprivation. Long shifts, shift work, overtime, stress and irregular schedules are primary contributing factors.
- Here are 5 tips to help get more sleep and better quality sleep:
- Avoid caffeine 4-6 hours before bedtime Make your bedroom a sleep inducing environment: a cool, dark and quiet room is ideal.
- Stick with a sleep schedule and establish a pre sleep routine.
- Avoid big meals, alcohol and excessive amounts of water before bed.
- Exercise can help you fall asleep faster and sleep more soundly—Try to finish exercising at least three hours before bed or work out earlier in the day.
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