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P OWE R OF TH E PUS H - U P

Ash Milad demonstrates how to perform this simple yet highly effective movement.

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S HOU LD YOU STRIP YOU R CLOTH E S?

How to clean the oil, sweat and smells out of your gear.

ALL ABOUT TH E HIG H FITN E SS FOR MAT

Bringing back the aerobicsbased classes of the 80s.

22 M E ET TH E STE E L MACE

Try this primal tool during your next workout and build a new set of skills. 32 G LOW- U P FOODS

The unusual stories behind your favorite trendy foods, like kale and caulilini. 38 TH E E NTE RTAINING LIFE OF COU RTN E Y

A member, Hollywood producer and wellness guru shares his road to success.

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RE FLEC TIONS MAGAZINE VOLUME 36 ISSUE 2

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Eric Nienaber 425.445.6800 At the end of the year, one of my favorite things to do is take a moment to look back at all the issues of Reflections and think about the people I’ve talked to and the stories they’ve shared. I’m always astounded at just how many inspiring members we have at the club.

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This year alone, Reflections has featured celebrity chefs and sleep doctors, wellness experts, fitness gurus, local educators and immigration lawyers, and every single person graciously shared their secrets to living life well. This issue is no different. However, I couldn’t pick just one member to profile. First, I talked with Courtney LeMarco, a man with a big personality and even bigger story to tell. From high school dropout to Hollywood producer, he is the perfect example of how hard work and perseverance pays off. You can read more about him on page 38. I also talked with Susan Pappalardo, who came to me more than a year ago to tell the story behind SPLASHForward. She was filled with passion for the project, which advocates for a world-class aquatics center on the Eastside. But, she also really wanted a spotlight shown on fellow Bellevue Club member Tim Adkisson, the group’s first major donor who did so in honor of his late wife, Joan. She calls herself “a community connector,” and I couldn’t agree more with the moniker. Read all about her story on page 26. As we head into the holidays and a new year, I hope you also take a second to knowledge all the wonderful people we have walking the hallways and in our greater Eastside community.

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FITNESS

POWER OF THE PUSH-UP Ash Milad, Bellevue Club Swim Team instructor, demonstrates how to perfect the push-up. It’s a minimal yet highly effective movement that shows up over and over in his dry-land training programs.

HANDS Place your hands, palms down and fingers spread, directly under the shoulders. ELBOWS At the top of the movement, keep the elbows straight but not locked out. At the bottom of the movement, bend the elbows to 90 degrees.

TARGETED MUSCLES

Chest

Core

Triceps

Upper back

CORE Keep the ribs tucked in. Stay engaged through the core muscles during the whole movement. BACK Maintain a straight spine. Don’t let it arch or bow in either direction. FEET Place your feet hip width apart, and tuck the toes.

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NEED A VISUAL? Scan the QR code and follow Ash as he demonstrates the perfect push-up. Beginners can benefit too. Just place your knees on the ground to give yourself a little more support. Ready?

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NUTRITION

PAIRING PORK RINDS written

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Usually out of sight and therefore out of mind, pork rinds are a surprisingly tasty snack that you can add to your low-carb diet this fall to keep the crunch in your favorite dishes without any stress. Substituting pork rinds for your favorite potato chips is an easy swap, but here are a few more creative ways to include them in your go-to recipes.

KETO-FRIENDLY NACHOS

Pork rinds are well known for their ability to mimic tortilla chips in texture and cooking properties, while adding a savory flavor to your dish. Next time you reach for the chips and cheese, substitute pork rinds and skip the protein on top for a simple but delicious take on one of your favorite comfort foods. PANKO SUBSTITUTION

We love adding a bit of extra crunch to our fish tacos or pork chops with a panko breading. Traditional panko is a three-step process: Dip your protein in flour, then into an egg wash (combination of raw egg and milk or water) and then lightly press bread crumbs all over. This fall, crush a bag of pork rinds and substitute your panko for these protein-filled rinds. To get a uniform crunch for your meats (or even veggies), use a blender to crush your pork rinds. ADD SOME CRUNCH!

Now that you have an entire bag of pork rind crumbs, save them in your pantry to add a bit of crunch to your casseroles or top your mac ’n’ cheese. With Thanksgiving comes many opportunities for a bread-crumb crust, so don’t be afraid to get creative! One of our favorite places to add some crunch is in sandwiches, or if you’re really craving something indulgent, put some pork rind crumbles into a grilled cheese before heating for a special surprise. Learn about more trendy foods and ways to incorporate new flavors in your diet. Turn to page 32 and read Glow-up Foods to walk away with new insight to why we can’t stop talking about these staples.

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SHOULD YOU STRIP YOUR WORKOUT CLOTHES? sp oil er a l ert: y e s. y e s, you shou l d.

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One of the biggest benefits of working out is sweating, which helps your body naturally purge toxins. But your gear can pay the price. A buildup of sweat, oil, soap and bodily fragrances can run amuck, causing unwanted smells and stains, making you want to throw away your favorite running shorts or sports bras way too soon. Did you know there’s a potent solution— literally—for that? Stripping clothes is more intense and effective than washing clothes alone. But it is guaranteed to leave even your dirtiest hiking or cycling clothes smelling and looking fresh as new. Here’s a basic guide to stripping your gear:

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Fill your bathtub with the hottest water possible.

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Add the Stripping Solution.

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Add your workout clothes (the equivalent of a small load).

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Let the load soak for five to six hours.

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Stir the clothes once every hour.

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Drain the bathtub, and wring out your clothes.

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Run the load through a regular cycle in your washing machine with no additional detergent.

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HIGH FITNESS FORMAT high fitness was founded by two lifelong fitness enthusiasts, amber zenith and emily nelson, who collaborated to bring back the aerobics-based classes of the 1980s and add a modern twist. the result is a high-energy class guaranteed to help participants improve cardio, gain strength and, most importantly, have fun boogeying your way to better fitness. Caroline Fleming is a BC group fitness instructor who is certified in HIGH Fitness. She talked with Reflections about why you should give the class a try. Reflections magazine: How do you describe HIGH Fitness? Caroline Fleming: It’s a song-based choreographed group fitness class. I describe it as a throwback to Jane Fonda–era workouts mixed with LMFAO. It’s simple to follow but a little more athletic than some other dance-based classes. RM: What is the typical HIGH Fitness class format? CF: A typical class is 17 songs—a warm-up, a few toning tracks, some cardio tracks, a few more toning tracks and a push track (which means bigger jumps and burpees). There’s also always a barre track, an ab track, an arm track and then of course a cooldown. RM: Does the class use weights or other pieces of equipment? CF: Nope, it’s all body weight. This makes it very user-friendly. It also makes it a really great way of being mindful of how you’re moving. It has a strong focus on posture, strength and intentional movement. RM: What’s your best advice for those interested in trying HIGH Fitness for the first time? CF: Just pop in for a song and see if it’s for you. It’s surprising how simple it is to follow. The movements go so well with the music, and you can’t bounce and dance the wrong way. The most important thing is to get your heart rate up, have fun and smile.

RM: Is there anyone who shouldn’t take HIGH Fitness? CF: No, there is some impact with the class, but if you have any injuries, you can take a break or skip certain tracks. I’ve had people in their 20s and 80s. I have one student who is 88, and she just doesn’t do the burpees because she doesn’t want to. RM: Do the songs and choreography change from time to time? CF: Yes, the founders of HIGH Fitness release new songs and routines every week, so there’s always something new, and it’s guaranteed to be safe and effective. RM: What is your fitness background? CF: I danced growing up and started taking group fitness classes in 2003. I started with step aerobics, then became certified in a bunch of other modalities. RM: Why do you enjoy group fitness classes over other formats? CF: Group fitness is the best—it’s social, it’s fun and you don’t realize an hour has gone by. And you can get so much better at the other things you love, like running or tennis or whatever. It’s such a nice complement to other activities. RM: Any other thoughts on HIGH Fitness you want to share? CF: Yes, bottom line, HIGH Fitness is a life-changing format. It will make you feel like you’re dancing in a club again.

For more information about HIGH Fitness, visit highfitness.com. To sign up for a class (Tuesdays, 12 p.m.) at the Bellevue Club, visit members.bellevueclub.com.

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MIND & BODY

steel mace There’s no question that in recent years the wellness world has taken a large cue from our ancestors. From eating more primal to minimal running shoes, we have been bringing all the old ways back, including some of the most ancient tools used for physical performance. For example, meet the steel mace. It was created around the 13th century as a deadly weapon for warriors on the battlefield. With a long handle and a weighted ball on one end, it was designed for destruction. Now, it’s used to strengthen the entire body through dynamic movement.

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BENEFITS

The mace can certainly benefit the entire body, since it can be used as a basic weight to lift and squat with. But it is exceptional at increasing mobility and building strength in the shoulders, arms, core, wrists and hands. Below is a circuit for beginners, crafted for those who have never picked up a mace before.

FIVE BASIC MACE PROGRESSIONS

1. mace hand switch

This is the most basic movement to master before moving to more difficult maneuvers. Hold the bar parallel to the ground with both hands and the ball end in the left hand. (Grip the bar a few inches below the ball, not the actual ball.) With complete control, flip the ball end to the right hand, switching hand positions as you do, so the right hand moves a few inches from the ball. Practice switching back and forth between the two hands.

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2. mace metronome

Hold the base of the mace (not the ball side) with both hands, roughly three to four inches from the bottom. Your hands should be near your lower abdomen with the ball at or near head height, depending on how tall you are. Using complete control, with no momentum at all, tick-tock the ball roughly six to eight inches to the left and right.

3. mace pullover

Using the same setup as the metronome, keep the core engaged as you raise your hands up over the left shoulder, allowing the mace to become parallel to your back. Your elbows should stay bent at roughly 90 degrees so as not to let the mace actually touch your back or glutes. Bring it back to the starting position. Pause. Raise your hands up over your right shoulder. Repeat 10 to 12 times on each side.

4. mace around the world

Once you’ve mastered the Mace Pullover, you can progress to Around the World. Start the exercise in the same way as the pullover, but once you have it over the right shoulder, continue the motion behind your head to the left shoulder, and then bring it back to the starting position. Then reverse the motion and move the mace up over the right shoulder to the left and back to start.

5. mace hand switch with lunge

Once you’re comfortable moving the mace through the space with your upper body, you can incorporate your lower body. One way to start that progression is to begin adding lunges into the mix when working on the Hand Switch. To perform this maneuver, lunge forward using the opposite foot of the hand that has the ball side. Flip the mace, and change legs simultaneously.

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ITS COUSIN, THE CLUB

Like the mace, the steel club is another tool that has made its way from the battlefield to the gym. Clubs are a bit smaller, but they also leverage the concept of an unevenly weighted tool to encourage more stabilization training during workouts.

WHERE TO BUY

Maces are making their way into the mainstream. You can purchase them from brands like Onnit or Set for Set, and they range from seven pounds to 30. Be sure to start with an appropriate weight for your fitness level to avoid injury.


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FORWARD THINKING How a few key community members are helping make aquatics more accessible.

This year, the Bellevue-based initiative SPLASHForward secured its first major private and first major corporate donations, getting them closer to the finish line of building a new kind of aquatics center in Washington. A handful of Bellevue Club members are at the helm of the project and want to let you know how and why you can help. What is SPLASHForward? SPLASHForward is a non-profit initiative that was created to bring a world-class public aquatics center to the Bellevue community. Focused on recreation, health, safety, education and affordable access, the vision includes an indoor facility with leisure, teaching and competition pools, complete with spectator seating, a deep-water tank, therapy pool, fitness areas and more.

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Who is leading the charge? Bellevue Club member and longtime endurance athlete, Susan Pappalardo, is the president and co-founder of SPLASHForward. However, there are numerous other members and community leaders involved in the effort. The board of directors includes nine locals, all volunteering their professional services, plus a host of consultants. “I got involved in 2017, and at that time, I had no idea I’d end up running this non-profit,” Pappalardo says. “But it’s something easy for me because it combines my passions for swimming and athletics with being a community connector. In the end that’s what it’s all about—connection and community.”

What is the education component of SPLASHForward? SPLASHForward partnered with the Bellevue School District to help with water safety and educational classes. “This past April, SPLASHForward initiated a High School Lifeguard Training program to help address the local shortage of lifeguards and to provide high school students the opportunity to not only learn lifesaving skills, but also obtain a job as a lifeguard at our local pools and beaches,” Pappalardo says. What stage is SPLASHForward currently in? “The goal for this year is to provide the Bellevue City Council with a recommended concept plan and advance to the design concept study phase on a preferred site–the City has been very supportive, but they need full details on the scale of all of the necessary components, the site, costs, and most importantly the partnerships and funding sources,” Pappalardo says. In mid October, at the time of publication, they were set to present their plan to the Bellevue City Council. Are there private donors behind the effort? Yes. Bellevue Club member and Masters swimmer Tim Adkisson was the first major private donor, and he graciously did so in March of 2021 in honor of his late wife and fellow swimmer, Joan. “The reason I did it was because she was a big supporter of the effort; she would’ve given it herself if she was around to do so,” Adkisson says. “Swimming was an integral part of her life.” Pappalardo says she was thrilled for their very first major individual


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$291,500 raised so far $500,000 goal A non-profit since 2018 TIM ADKISSON IS THE FIRST MAJOR INDIVIDUAL DONOR, AND HE DID SO IN HONOR OF HIS LATE WIFE, JOAN.

Pacific Northwest Swimming is a stakeholder that donated

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SPLASHForward's Board of Directors ( from left to right)

donor to have such a meaningful reason for making a gift. “He impresses me to no end in his desire to align himself with what we’re doing as a way to honor Joan,” she says.

Jeff Lowell Katoya Palmer Susan Pappalardo Lorraine Masse Julie Franck Erik Teutsch Grace Chu

What about corporate donors? The largest donor to date is Amazon, which donated $100,000 this summer. “It’s a huge validation that there is interst in this project and recognition of the community benefits and impact,” she says. “I’m excited to use it as leverage for other important conversations. Amazon has lifted us up, and made it possible to imagine taking the next steps.”

Not pictured: Honorary board member Bob Regan and legal counsel Tyler Jones

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How do you plan to use that money? “The first task is to hire a professional to assess our private fundraising capacity,” Pappalardo says. “We will also allocate some of those the funds for our high school lifeguard program.” To learn more about SPLASHForward, please visit splashforward.org.

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IF YOU WERE A PIZZA-CRAZED 1990S KID LIKE ME, THERE’S NO DOUBT YOU REMEMBER THE SALAD BARS AT PIZZA PLACES: FULL OF DRESSINGS, TOPPINGS AND DIFFERENT VEGGIES YOUR PARENTS WERE GOING TO MAKE YOU TRY. BUT DO YOU REMEMBER WHAT WAS LINING ALL OF IT AS DECORATION? THE UGLY STEPSISTER THAT WE ALL CONSIDERED A GARNISH: KALE. WITH KALE’S 2010 GLOW-UP AS INSPIRATION, HERE ARE FIVE OF THE BIGGEST RECENT FOOD GLOWUPS AND HOW THEY BECAME SO POPULAR AMONG HEALTH NUTS AND FOODIES.

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Miracle Leaf or Money Thief? Before the kale craze began, the biggest producer of kale in the United States was actually Pizza Hut. They produced kale to line their 15,000-ish salad bars across the country, weaving it in and out of dishes that held the “real ingredients.”

Health Bliss or Branding Miss? While most of America is still getting over the cauliflower-carb-replacement haze of the 2010s, the newest food fad to hit the cruciferous vegetable roster is Caulilini.

Between 2007 and 2013, kale production and orders skyrocketed nearly 60 percent. Of course, these kinds of jumps in popularity don’t happen without good reason. According to Mind Body Green, Oberon Sinclair, founder of the PR firm My Young Auntie, invented a fake “American Kale Association” as a PR strategy to encourage the country to eat healthier, just because she believed in the cause. As crazy as it seems, it worked. With all her efforts, Bon Appetit magazine began using kale in recipes in 2009, Dr. Oz in 2010 and Gwyneth Paltrow in 2011, officially starting the sudden interest in kale across the country. Beyond the Lore Kale might come from humble beginnings, but don’t let that shadow the powerhouse and “superfood.” Kale is a great way to get vitamins A, K, B6 and C, as well as calcium, potassium, copper and manganese. With only 33 calories per cup, kale is great for digestion and antiinflammation. While it might seem like just a passing fad, kale is here to stay for those looking to promote liver health and cardiovascular support, among other benefits.

Caulilini was brought to the United States by California-based vegetable producer Mann's to boost cauliflower’s popularity the same way that Broccolini prompted popularity for broccoli. Similar to its Broccolini counterpart, Caulilini has a long green stem with a “blond” top. It’s often called “baby cauliflower,” but it’s just an Asian varietal, according to Modern Farmer’s interview with Mann’s. Caulilini quickly took off for its cauliflower-like taste and striking appearance on the plate. It will be interesting to watch as the new vegetable gains or loses traction in the coming months as a test to whether hybrid vegetables are the new best sales tactic. Beyond the Lore Caulilini is rich in fiber and vitamins B and C and potassium. Since it is part of the cruciferous vegetable family, it also carries anti-inflammatory properties as well as many cancer-fighting agents. While the nutritional information is clearly nothing to sneeze at, Caulilini is not too different from regular cauliflower, making the decision more about looks and taste versus health benefits.

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PORK RINDS MAINTAINED A LOWLEVEL POPULARITY AS A SOUTHERN COMFORT FOOD FOR MANY YEARS UNTIL THE 1990S WHEN PRESIDENT GEORGE H. W. BUSH DECLARED THEM HIS FAVORITE SNACK."

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quinoa Pantry Staple or False Label? Another hugely popular 2010s food that seemed to hit the scene out of nowhere, quinoa made a splash when it was declared the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization’s Food of the Year in 2013. The award and nomination for this honor is a way for the organization to highlight “orphaned crops,” or “unknown and forgotten” foods, around the world. Quinoa is mostly grown in Peru and was seen as a source of income for those farmers. The UN saw a good opportunity to promote an unknown crop, give back and encourage Peruvian farmers to grow more, while stabilizing the production industry in Peru. While this superfood seems to be an economybooster as well, many researchers agree that the next step is to focus on biodiversity and encouraging new types of quinoa to be eaten. The US and UK mainly consume red, white and black quinoa, but there are more than 100 varieties grown in Peru. Beyond the Lore Quinoa is the seed of a flowering plant that is prepared similarly to a grain. It’s high in fiber, protein, manganese, magnesium and phosphorus and has a small amount of omega-3 fatty acids. If you’re looking for other popular health fads, it’s important to note that quinoa is gluten-free and high-protein, and has a low glycemic index, which makes it great for people with high blood sugar.

pork rinds Nutritional Boost or Falsely Produced? Pork rinds have been picking up in popularity as a low-carb, keto-friendly chip substitute. However, before the 1990s and early 2000s, they were seen as a southern poverty food. Growing up in southern Arizona, I was no stranger to pork rinds, or as we called them, chicharrones. Chicharrones have been around for a long time in Spanish cuisine, but they didn’t hit the US until the 1940s. Pork rinds maintained a lowlevel popularity as a southern comfort food for many years until the 1990s when President George H. W. Bush declared them his favorite snack. Since Bush hailed from Texas, this of course was no surprise to us in the Southwest, but the pork rind craze quickly swept the nation.

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Desire for this salty snack started to dwindle through the early 2000s until the late 2010s, when the new biggest fad diet hit the scene: keto. While the ketogenic diet isn’t for everyone, there is no shortage of people who have tried it, and one of the most popular keto-friendly snacks quickly became pork rinds. Beyond the Lore The easiest way to understand the pork rind’s appeal to health buffs is to compare it to some other popular foods. For example, a half ounce (roughly a handful) of pork rinds is 80 calories with nine grams of protein and five grams of fat, more protein than the same amount of shelled peanuts. Pork rinds are also lower in cholesterol than similar protein-dense foods, coming in at 20 milligrams. Where pork rinds tend to lose is in their amount of salt, with roughly twice as much as the same serving size of potato chips.

monkfish Time to Dip a Toe or Just Say No? We’re diving a bit deeper for this one—pun intended. Monkfish might look like the terrifying monster from your nightmares, but it is one of the most popular fish on restaurant menus today. Monkfish—or frogfish—are bottom dwellers that live in the Atlantic Ocean and use their fins like legs to move across the floor instead of swimming in open waters. These bottom-dwellers were left alone for many years, but recent USDA analyses were released showing their overpopulation, meaning they are a sustainable option for large-scale fishing. Between 2017 and 2019 fishing quotas for monkfish increased due to their abundance. The monkfish craze seems to have been the perfect storm of abundance, marketing initiatives and their lobster-like taste. Now, with several organizations signing off on their sustainability including the Environmental Defense Fund, Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, monkfish are just beginning to hit their stride.

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Beyond the Lore Like any lean white fish, monkfish are a great source of protein and healthy fats. While they aren’t more or less nutritious than similar fish, they still remain a good source of vitamin B, potassium, selenium and phosphorus. When it comes to mercury, monkfish is a long-living fish that does contain moderate amounts when compared to smaller fish, according to the Global Seafoods of North America. However, when compared to larger fish like sea bass, it comes out on top.


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MEMBER PROFILE

THE ENTE RTAI NI N G LIF E OF C OURTN E Y BELLEVUE CLUB MEMBER COURTNEY LEMARCO PRODUCES ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR REALITY TV SHOWS IN THE WORLD AND IS QUICKLY GROWING HIS OWN LIFESTYLE BRAND. BUT IT DIDN’T COME EASY. READ MORE ABOUT THE TOUGH ROAD HE TOOK TO SUCCESS AND THE LESSONS HE LEARNED ALONG THE WAY.

COURTNEY LEMARCO HAS A LOT GOING ON.

Most notably, he has been the executive producer of the Emmynominated reality TV show Hoarders since 2019. He is also an advocate for growing the entertainment industry in Seattle and mentors many young artists and filmmakers. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg in terms of his professional ambition. He recently launched MOTSI, a lifestyle brand that includes makeup, skincare (women’s and men’s) and swimwear lines. Under his direction, the group tirelessly researches toxin-free, environmentally friendly and socially responsible approaches to everything they make.

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FOR EXAMPLE, the swimwear is made from 70 percent recycled plastic found in the ocean. And he partners with positive-minded influencers from all walks of life to represent the brand. In just a short time, MOTSI products have been featured in Forbes, Allure and Vogue. When I sat down to talk with him on a sunny afternoon in September, he was also preparing for his first leading acting role in a movie he couldn’t talk about just yet. He said he was ramping up his fitness routine, dialing in his nutrition and getting everything in his life on point for the job. He talks with joy about all his endeavors and seems to thrive on a full schedule. So it came as a surprise when I asked him what his definition of wellness is, and he quickly replied, “It’s simple. It’s peace.” He explained that for him right now peace means passing up the opportunity to go out with friends and colleagues and instead opt for a hot bath, foot scrub, early bedtime and some good self-care.

“Wellness for me is not caring too much about what’s going on outside the bubble; it’s being good to yourself, being comfortable, eating healthy,” LeMarco says. “Having the right discipline for what you want and not getting distracted.” But maybe it shouldn’t be a shock that he craves peace. After all, he’s been working and on his own from the age of 15. At that time, he was living in Los Angeles, being raised by his single mother who suffered from mental illness. He says they were very poor, and he sometimes didn’t know where his mother was or where his next meal was coming from. “I remember being in 10th grade, and I couldn’t even pay attention to whatever the teacher was saying. I knew I needed to be doing something else to make sure I got my next meal,” LeMarco says. “So I just closed my book, stood up and put it on my teacher’s desk. “I told myself I’m not going back. I’m not going to starve. And I’m not going to fail at this. I will not fail.”

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QUICK QS WITH COURTNEY

ARTIST OR PROFESSIONAL YOU LOOK UP TO

“The artist Sean Carter because, while we grew up in different places, I can relate to his story a lot, and what he’s done is incredible. I’m inspired by people who attempt growth and change.” FAVORITE WORKOUT

“I like the Peloton; that’s my favorite. But I also love tennis. I want to play a lot more in fact.” ADVICE FOR YOUNG KIDS

“Dig into your resources. You have more than you think you do. Look around at what you do have, and dig into those things, those relationships.” FASHION INSPIRATION

“Despite everything, my mom always wanted me to be the bestdressed kid at church. She was from Louisiana, and she took the Sunday-best thing seriously.” LIFE PHILOSOPHY

“At the end of the day, you have to treat people well.”

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THAT DAY, LeMarco quit high school. The very next day he got a job as a dishwasher. He continued to work hard and move his way up through the restaurant industry, becoming an executive chef at a few different restaurants and eventually a private chef for the Boeing family. “I had to be resourceful,” LeMarco says. “I learned you have to have grit and stamina, and you have to be able to take some heat. And that served me really well later in life, especially once I got into the entertainment business. It gave me a unique intuitiveness that I can bring to the table.” He certainly finds himself with a seat at some very big tables these days. And it doesn’t matter what he’s doing—fashion, TV, beauty— he has one goal, and that’s to better other people’s lives now and give back. “In everything I do, it’s about the bigger purpose, the bigger meaning.” When I asked where he got this passion, he said, “This might sound weird, but I’m inspired by the universe. You look at nature and existence, and isn’t that how it works? If we all practiced that in our lifestyle, wouldn’t that be great.” He has no plans to stop. LeMarco will continue growing the MOTSI brand and working in the entertainment industry in the coming years, and then, “I think I want some chickens, maybe some llamas or alpacas on a big piece of land somewhere. Yeah, and I think that all goes back to that peace thing.”

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To learn more about MOSTI, visit motsicouture.com.


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R E A D Y,

S E T,

S N O W Want to spend a day playing in the snow that doesn’t involve lift tickets and long lines? There are roughly 120 sno-parks in Washington State, with 80 designated for snowmobiling and motorized vehicles. Here’s everything you need to know about how to enjoy them. What Is a Sno-Park?

The term sno-park was coined to simply designate parking lots that were cleared and maintained with the sole purpose of recreating in the nearby mountains. This broad definition leaves a ton of room for fun. From snowmobiling to dogsledding, there’s a spot or trail for everyone.

Three Types of Sno-Parks

When searching for the right park for you, you should know which type you’re heading to. Here’s some terminology to help guide you in the right direction. Non-motorized sno-parks—open only to non-motorized recreational activities: cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, sledding, tubing, skijoring (dog sledding) and snow play Snowmobile sno-parks—open to both motorized and non-motorized recreational activities Snow-play sno-parks—open to general, open snow play, such as tubing and sledding but usually there aren’t any tracks or paths for skiing and skijoring

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Washington Sno-Park Permitting

The vast majority of sno-parks in Washington require a special permit. They are only available for purchase online from November 1 to April 30 and cost $40. Here’s a direct source: parks.state.wa.us/130/Winter-recreation.

Etiquette and Advice

Once you’ve picked your park and activity, you are well on the way to a great day. But here are a few rules to keep you and your family safe: Don’t walk, sled or tube on groomed trails. If you don’t have the right gear, traverse along the side of the trails to keep the grooming intact for other users. Use the proper lanes. Skate skiing, track skiing and snowshoeing all use the same trails but not the same lanes. Be mindful of sticking to the appropriate lane for your activity, and try to not cross into the others. Don’t stop on trails. If you need to adjust your gear or take a breath, move to the side to allow for others to pass.

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Three Places to Play Hyak Snow Play Sno-Park Snoqualmie Pass has it all when it comes to winter recreation. It has very mild terrain and flat tracks that are often groomed and offer great mountain views. The only drawback is the popularity. If you want to enjoy this park, wake up early on weekends or plan a weekday off to avoid some of the crowds. Crystal Springs Sno-Park This is a very large, heavily frequented sno-park, and one of the few locations that offers skijoring trails for your sled dog! But they are very serious about making sure all dogs are kept on leashes and abide by safety precautions. Not into dogsledding? There are multiple other trails for both motorized and non-motorized activities. Lake Wenatchee Snow Play Sno-Park Another very large park, Lake Wenatchee includes a north and south park, with tons of trails and stunning mountain views. This spot is for those who want a non-motorized location. It’s known to be a cross-country skier’s paradise.

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MIND & BODY

T H E

T A K E A W A Y

C R E ATO R ’ S CHALLENGE

The weather is getting colder, and with a lot of indoor activities still dependent upon a scale of comfort and availability, it’s the perfect time to hone your indoor creativity skills. This winter, grab your little ones and a bag of Legos, and flex those creativity muscles with intriguing prompts. These are sure to spark discussion among the family while keeping the kids busy toiling away to find new and innovative ways to express themselves through design. Legos have proved to help develop kids’ fine motor skills. While building creations with Legos can prompt some challenges, there is a bit of a learning curve, which is why many educators tout them for their ability to strengthen children’s problemsolving skills, teamwork, communication and creative thinking. five lego prompts to keep the little ones exploring while inside

Make something you can find in space. Build a bridge, and see how much it can hold. Make something you find outside. Make something you’d like to live in. Build for 30 seconds with your eyes closed, then create something out of it.

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