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PLAN TO STAY IN SHAPE DURING COVID-19 STAY AT HOME ORDERS
IN MEMORIAM: HENRIETTA ROBINSON A LIFEÂ WELL-LIVED
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TABLE OF CONTENTS: 8. COVER STORY: STAYING IN SHAPE DURING COVID-19 STAY AT HOME ORDERS
Fitness trainer and nutrition coach Chad Hatmaker provides us a Fitness & Nutrition Plan to help us stay in shape during the current COVID-19 Stay at Home Orders.
We celebrate the life of iconic South Beach figure Henrietta Robinson, a beloved member of our LGBTQ community who lived in Miami Beach for over 60 years and passed away last week from COVID-19.
18. FLIX: GREAT FILMS TO WATCH AT HOME. PART ONE
Quarantining yourself during the COVID-19 outbreak is unnerving, challenging and downright boring, so we bring you some great films to help you pass the time.
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PUBLISHER'S CORNER HONORING OUR HEROES AND OUR FALLEN! Every nation and every generation honors their heroes and their fallen. Little did we ever imagine that a deadly virus called COVID-19 would, so far, kill more of our fellow citizens than six wars combined. This week, I want to honor our everyday heroes, family members and friends who have fallen victim to this deadly virus. Our heroes come in all ages, shapes, sizes, ethnic backgrounds and sexual orientations. They are doctors, nurses, cleaning staff, supermarket workers, delivery drivers, police officers, first responders, caretakers, mothers, fathers, sons, daughters and many more. They are all the people putting their lives at risk to save others, test others, care for others, feed others, transport goods for others, and so much more. To all of you, thank you from the bottom of my heart for risking your lives so the rest of us can keep on living! In this issue, we honor the memory of Henrietta Robinson, a beloved member of our LGBTQ community who lived in South Beach for over 60 years and passed away last week from COVID-19. My fondest memory of Henrietta is when I sat next to her for three hours at the "Cheers" bar downstairs at TWIST and listened attentively, over cocktails, to her wonderful and fascinating stories about her life and the history of South Beach. I will treasure those memories for the rest of my life. Henrietta was a fixture of our community for decades. She met and knew thousands of people and will be missed dearly by so many that were touched by her kindness, generosity and sweetness. As Peter Morales said, “Everyone always wanted to say hello to Henrietta, speak with her, and, of course, have their picture taken with her!” Rest in peace Henrietta, our LGBTQ community will always remember you with a smile on our faces. As we contend with the fight against COVID-19, it is important to stay healthy and strong. Our cover story by fitness trainer and nutrition coach Chad Hatmaker includes a fitness and nutrition plan to stay in shape during the COVID-19 Stay at Home Orders. Besides daily exercises, Chad’s plan includes what he recommends eating, his supermarket shopping list of nutritious choices and items to avoid. We also include some very sexy pictures of Chad taken by Photo Studio Miami for your viewing pleasure. Finally, in Flix, Alyn Darnay brings us part one of his great films to watch while we are at home. These are movies that you may have missed, didn’t know about, or haven’t seen in years. Enjoy the first installment of Alyn’s recommendations and stay tuned for more to come. Stay home and stay safe! Cheers,
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FITNESS & NUTRITION PLAN TO STAY IN SHAPE DURING COVID-19 STAY AT HOME ORDERS By Chad Hatmaker Photos by Jorge Freire & Abel Cruz. photostudiomiami.com
I remember before heading off to college hearing people mention the "Freshman 15." I thought it was just a saying, until after my first semester when over half the guys on my hall grew a sizable belly, including me! It’s easy to overindulge in the wrong types of food and drinks, especially during a time when we are all staying at home with no access to our gym, and all our daily routines changed drastically because of COVID-19. We slowly start to become lazier and our pantries become our newfound love. We grab a bag of chips and tell ourselves we will only have a few, and three episodes deep into The Walking Dead you have polished off a family-sized bag of Lays potato chips. It doesn’t take much effort at all to put on weight. If you eat more calories than you burn, you will put on weight. I want to help you avoid putting on unnecessary pounds during our Stay at Home time by sharing my two-week quarantine workout regiment, grocery list, personal diet, and give you helpful pointers to get your body right. 8 WIREMAG.COM | DIGITAL ISSUE #02 2020
Total Body Push-ups: 4 sets of 15-20 reps Bodyweight squats: 4 sets of 15-20 reps One arm row (using milk jug) each side: 4 sets of 10-12 reps Plank: 4 sets of holding for 30 seconds reps Crunches: 4 sets of 20-30 reps Do one set of all five exercises, rest for 20-30 seconds and repeat each exercise until you have completed this circuit 4 times.
TUESDAY: High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Burpees: as many as you can for 45 seconds 180-degree squat jumps: as many as you can for 45 seconds on the left side and as many as you can for 45 seconds on the right side Skier lunges: as many as you can in 45 seconds Shadowboxing: 1 minute Mountain climbers: as many as you can for 45 seconds Complete all five exercises, rest for 30-45 seconds and repeat the entire circuit 4 times.
WEDNESDAY: Total body Closed grip push-ups: 4 sets of 15-20 reps Walking lunges (both legs): 4 sets of 15-20 reps Bodyweight rows (use sturdy object): 4 sets of 15-20 reps Inchworm walk: 4 sets of 15-20 reps Reverse crunches: 4 sets of 20-30 reps Do one set of all five exercises, rest for 20-30 seconds and repeat each exercise until you have completed this circuit 4 times.
THURSDAY: HIIT Suicide drills: as many as you can in 45 seconds Frog hops: as many as you can in 45 seconds Knees to chest: as many as you can in 45 seconds Burpees with closed grip push-up: as many as you can in 45 seconds Stair or box jumps: as many as you can in 45 seconds Complete all five exercises, rest for 30-45 seconds and repeat the entire circuit 4 times.
FRIDAY: Total body Incline push-up (with a chair): 4 sets of 15-20 reps Single leg squats: 4 sets of 15-20 reps Pike push-ups: 4 sets of 15-20 reps Dips (with a chair): 4 sets of 15-20 reps Heels to the sky: 4 sets of 15-20 reps Do one set of all five exercises, rest for 20-30 seconds and repeat each exercise until you have completed this circuit 4 times.
SATURDAY: HIIT Jumping jacks: as many as you can in 45 seconds Burpees with a high jump: as many as you can in 45 seconds Walls sit: 45 seconds Jump knee tuck: as many as you can in 45 seconds Tire drill: as many as you can in 45 seconds Complete all five exercises, rest for 30-45 seconds and repeat the entire circuit 4 times. DIGITAL ISSUE #02 2020 | WIREMAG.COM 9
MONDAY: Total body Spiderman push-ups: 10 reps on each arm Bodyweight squat and step up: 15-20 reps Side-triceps raise: 10 reps per side Pull-ups (use sturdy door frame): 15-20 reps Crossbody crunches: 20-30 reps Do one set of all five exercises, rest for 20-30 seconds and repeat each exercise until you have completed this circuit 4 times.
TUESDAY: HIIT Side hops: as many as you can for one minute Sumo squats: as many as you can for one minute Jumping jack with deep squats: as many as you can for one minute Burpees with wide grip push-ups: as many as you can for one minute Shadowboxing: for one minute Complete all five exercises, rest for 30-45 seconds and repeat the entire circuit 4 times.
WEDNESDAY: Total body Decline push-ups: 4 sets of 15-20 reps Donkey kicks: 4 sets of 15 reps per leg Superman into pulldown: 4 sets of 15-20 reps Deadlifts (with band): 4 sets of 15-20 reps Flutter kicks: 4 sets of 20-30 reps Do one set of all five exercises, rest for 20-30 seconds and repeat each exercise until you have completed this circuit 4 times.
THURSDAY: HIIT Burpees into frog hops: as many as you can for one minute Mountain climbers: as many as you can for one minute Ladder drill: as many as you can for one minute 180-degree jump knee tuck: as many as you can on each side, for 30 seconds on each side Crossbody punches: as many as you can for one minute Complete all five exercises, rest for 30-45 seconds and repeat the entire circuit 4 times.
FRIDAY: Side-to-side push-ups: 4 sets of 10-15 reps per arm Summon squats: 4 sets of 15-20 reps Single leg deadlifts (with band): 4 sets of 10-15 per leg Calf raises: 4 sets of 20-30 reps Hip raises with pause: 4 sets of 20-30 reps Bicycle crunches: 4 sets of 10-15 per side 10 WIREMAG.COM | DIGITAL ISSUE #02 2020
Do one set of all six exercises, rest for 20-30 seconds and repeat each exercise until you have completed this circuit 4 times.
SATURDAY: 180-degree burpees: as many as you can on each side for 30 seconds each Sprint in place: as fast as you can for one minute Frog lunge with push-up: as many as you can for one minute High knee tire drills: as many as you can for one minute Shadowboxing and crossbody punching: for 30 seconds each Complete all five exercises, rest for 30-45 seconds and repeat the entire circuit 4 times.
When it comes to nutrition, it’s all about what we put into our bodies that truly makes the difference in our overall health and wellbeing. I personally believe that what you eat, when you eat, and how much you eat are the three most important factors. I have included what I typically eat throughout the week, foods to stay away from, and my personal grocery list for your reference. This is the typical diet I follow:
BREAKFAST: Egg whites Plain bowl of oatmeal with a fruit Cup of coffee
MID-MORNING SNACK: Protein shake Handful of almonds
LUNCH: Chicken breast Brown rice Broccoli
MID-AFTERNOON SNACK: Protein shake or protein bar
DINNER: Salmon Quinoa Asparagus
POST-WORKOUT SNACK: Protein shake Apple
THINGS TO AVOID DURING QUARANTINE: Allowing food to give you comfort during these times where your mind is wandering Drinking sugar-filled sodas, coffees and alcoholic beverages Eating just because you have nothing else to do Eating late at night Going back for seconds Snacking while binge-watching Netflix
FOODS TO AVOID: Beer Candy Chips Cookies Creamers for coffee Donuts Energy drinks that are not sugar-free Fried foods Fruit drinks Ice cream Salad dressings (especially high in fat) Soda White bread White pasta DIGITAL ISSUE #02 2020 | WIREMAG.COM 11
GROCERY LIST: All natural peanut butter All white fish Almonds Apples Asparagus Avocado Blueberries Boneless skinless chicken Brown rice Carrots Dark chocolate (in moderation) Eggs (mostly egg whites) Grapefruit Grapes Green peppers Lean ground turkey Low fat cottage cheese Low fat, low sugar yogurt Oranges Pineapples Plain oatmeal Protein powder Quinoa Raspberries Red peppers Salad mix Salmon Shrimp Spinach Strawberries Sweet potatoes Tomatoes Tuna Whole wheat bread Whole wheat pasta Yams Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve had the incredible privilege of helping several individuals completely transform their bodies, kick destructive habits, and educate them on healthy new habits which have allowed them to keep the weight off. I would love to help you triumphantly transform your life. Visit my website triumpanttransformation.com. You can purchase my customized training and nutrition programs where I put together personalized plans to get you to your fitness goals, help you change your life, and address deep-rooted issues which have prevented you from transforming your life. Follow me on my fitness journey on Instagram @triumpanttransformation. I post workout videos, nutrition advice, pictures from my fitness shoots, showcase my apparel line and offer discounts for my website!
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IN MEMORIAM: HENRIETTA ROBINSON A LIFE WELL LIVED By Rafa Caravajal Photos provided by Henrietta's friends
It is with great sadness that I write this In Memoriam about Henrietta Robinson, a beloved member of our LGBTQ community who lived in South Beach for over 60 years and passed away last week from COVID-19. I was in my office at Q Link Wireless when I heard the news about Henrietta’s passing, and I could not help but to start crying. Once I was able to compose myself, my thoughts shifted to that day I sat next to Henrietta for three hours at the "Cheers" bar downstairs at TWIST and listened attentively, over cocktails, to her wonderful and fascinating stories about her life and the history of South Beach. I will treasure those memories for the rest of my life. As soon as she turned 18, Henrietta ran away from a very unstable family life in Boston and came to South Beach. Henrietta knew she was gay as a kid and was ostracized by her family and friends, but once she left, Henrietta never looked back. It actually took her family a full year to realize Henrietta was living in South Beach. What better way to honor Henrietta’s memory and celebrate her life than to let some people who knew her well tell us why she was such a special person – in their own words.
LOVING SMILE TO D N A M R A W A D A H S “HENRIETTA ALWAY LITY LIT UP ANY A N O S ER P IC N O IC ER H SHARE WITH EVERYONE. Y AND AT EASE.” P P A H EL FE E N O Y ER EV ROOM AND MADE - DAVID JOHNSON
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Rafa Carvajal: What is your fondest memory of Henrietta? Peter Morales: My fondest memory of Henrietta was meeting her in the early-mid â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;90s at the Warsaw Ballroom where she would usually stand on the second floor overlooking the people dancing on the dance floor and enjoying life. She would always say hello to me when I walked by, with a huge smile, and always was full of compliments, and had a positive outlook on life about everything and everyone. She was such a happy and content person. Nathan Smith: My fondest memory of Henrietta would have to be the times she spent at my bar every Saturday and Sunday night. She would always come early, always have the same seat, and she had a special cup. I bought her many throughout the years, but it was always so important to me that she had a different glass than everyone else. She deserved to feel special and honored. She was an icon and having her sit at my bar was an honor. David Johnson: One of my fondest memories of Henrietta is how she made her birthday a true celebration of life. It felt as though we were all part of her family there to share in the fabulous festivities! Every year, she made us all feel connected to her life by bringing us together. RC: What made Henrietta such a special person? Joel Stedman: Simply her being her. Henrietta was a constant in many of our lives in nightlife. We attended almost every White Party together, she never missed a TWIST anniversary and every year was a feature in our float presentation for Miami Beach Gay Pride. I enjoyed her immensely. Her smile, her laugh, what amazing stories she would tell. She was that one person you could always walk up to and had nothing but sweet things to say. It is the end of an era, losing both her and Richard within the same year. When it is safe for all of us to get together again, we will have a mad celebration in her honor. Somebody will have to bring the cookies. PM: Henrietta always glowed and shined wherever you saw her. She was a beam of light with a bright aura. Everyone always wanted to say hello to Henrietta, speak with her, and, of course, have their picture taken with her! NS: What made Henrietta so special is that she always lived her truth. Henrietta did what made her happy and gave no apologies for who she was. She was and always will be an example for us all to be our true authentic selves. DJ: Her unique style set her apart from all the rest! Henrietta always had a warm and loving smile to share with everyone. Her iconic personality lit up any room and made everyone feel happy and at ease. RC: What else would you like to share with Wire Magazine readers about Henrietta? PM: Henrietta was always so thoughtful throughout our years of friendship, especially during the holiday seasons with her beyond amazing and delicious lasagnas, baked goods and pies. Several years ago she gifted me a 21piece "Temp-tations" Ovenware Kitchen Bake Set for cooking and serving since she knew I loved to cook, and that I always cooked for my entire family during the holiday seasons. I cherish and love this cookset so much and think of her every time I use it.
I will miss seeing Henrietta and speaking with her, but I will never forget Henrietta, and especially how she made me feel every time we saw each other. NS: She loved you all. Nothing made Henrietta happier than when people would approach her for a picture, and she loved hearing your life stories and telling you hers. She loved helping anyone and everyone out, whether it was with a plate of her food, advice or guidance. She wanted the best for everyone. I know she would have wanted all of you to take away from her passing to be safe and stay at home until this virus is under control. Henrietta would also have wanted you to always love each other, but love yourself first and be yourself proudly. RIP Henrietta. I will always love you and your place at the bar will always be there. Sending everyone lots of love and good energy. Xoxo. DJ: Henrietta loved to check up on me. I must admit I will truly miss the call I received once a week when Henrietta called just to say hello. DIGITAL ISSUE #02 2020 | WIREMAG.COM 15
“WHAT MADE HENRIETTA SO SPECIAL IS THAT SHE ALWAYS LIVED HER TRUTH. SHE WAS AND ALWAYS WILL BE AN EXAMPLE FOR US ALL TO BE OUR TRUE AUTHENTIC SELVES.” - NATHAN SMITH I also want to share some excerpts from the Wire Magazine interview of Henrietta by Thomas Barker from June 2011, when Henrietta was celebrating her 50 year anniversary in South Beach. Visit wiremag.com to read the extended version of Henrietta’s In Memoriam and the full interview from 2011. At age 19 Henrietta saw her first drag show. At age 22, she dressed up as a woman for the very first time (other than when she was 10 or 11 and dressed up in her sisters' clothes). She won Miss Florida in 1969 singing, not lipsynching, "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever." Then, after her favorite uncle died in the early '80s, she never wore men's clothes again! Her outfit became permanent. "When my uncle passed away, that's when I said that's it," Henrietta recounted. "I started living that way from then on – it was permanent drag from then on! I was gay, of course, and wasn't ever interested in a sex change or anything." And nothing Henrietta wears when she dresses like a woman is fake. Her chinchilla outfit, lace or silk gowns, large-carat diamond rings, gold bracelets – they're all real, just as real as Henrietta. Thomas Barker: When and how did you arrive in Miami Beach, Henrietta? Henrietta Robinson: I came to Miami Beach in 1958. My uncle, my mother's brother, had a restaurant here. I was 18years-old and never was on my own in my life until then. I lived a pretty sheltered life in Boston. My mother died when I was born. I was raised by my grandmother, my father's mother. I couldn't go out and play with other kids and was kept in the house all the time. TB: How old were you back then? Did you realize you were gay at an early age? HR: Oh, I was 10 or 11-years-old. I knew I was gay since I loved playing with my sisters' dolls! I loved dressing up. When my sisters dressed me up, my grandmother would go through the roof! My sisters were a lot older, they were 18 and 20-years-old. I was the baby in the family. TB: Did you ever imagine the Beach would come full circle to where it is today? HR: I never thought in my time the gay community would be so free to be who they are and not be hassled by the police. In my day, if you walked down the street and if the police thought you were gay, they had the right to beat you up. They always said you looked at them the wrong way or you touched them. They had no hesitation in throwing you in jail. Now, I love it! Gay life has always flourished here – whether it was underground or above ground; or whether it was 23rd Street or 12th Street. Gays were everywhere and in every profession. Today, I feel so free and it's such a pleasure! A lot of these young gay kids don't know what somebody like me has gone through. And they don't have too many people to learn about the history since all the old-timers are gone. 16 WIREMAG.COM | DIGITAL ISSUE #02 2020
FILMS TO WATCH THAT YOU MISSED,
DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT OR HAVEN'T SEEN IN A MILLION YEARS! PART ONE
Quarantining yourself during the COVID-19 outbreak is unnerving, challenging, and downright boring. Yes, there are things you can do to occupy the endless hours, games to play, friends to connect with online, things to write, and, of course, books and magazines to read. You can also drink, cook and eat food, walk your rooms endlessly, or clean obsessively. There you go, lots of things to do to pass the time with. Oh, did I forget to mention there are also some decent films to watch? Shame on me! There are some you know, but even better than that, there are some really great films available to stream, movies that are so good they are a reward in themselves just to watch. Films that will suck you in so absorbingly that you’ll lose yourself in them for a couple of hours. Here in part one, I’ve outlined some of them for you, they are all available on one or more of the streaming services or on YouTube. Some are threehour popcorn fests, some are trilogies, some are visually beautiful, others have great stories, all are worthy of the time you put in watching. So here we go:
Director David Lean Trilogy Lawrence of Arabia: (3 hrs. 48 mins.) The true story of T.E. Lawrence, and how he singlehandedly united and led the Arab Tribes against the Turks in WWI. Bridge on the River Kwai: (2 hrs. 41 mins.) Another true story, this one about British POW’s building a railway bridge in the jungle, and the men assigned to destroy it. Doctor Zhivago: (3 hrs. 17 mins.) The adventures of a Russian doctor/poet during WWI and the October Revolution.
James Dean Trilogy Giant: (3 hrs. 21 mins.) The epic tale of a Texas cattle rancher, his wife, a ranch hand, and all his friends as the decades change their lives. Director George Stevens East of Eden: A Cain vs. Abel tale about a young man’s attempt to gain his strict father’s approval while trying to find his place in the world amid falling in love with his brother’s girlfriend. Director Elia Kazan. Rebel Without A Cause: A rebellious young man finds friends and enemies when his family moves to a new town. Director Nicholas Ray.
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Quentin Tarantino Writing Trilogy Four Rooms: Four separate tales by five directors that all take place in a fading Hollywood hotel during New Year’s Eve. True Romance: Movie geek marries call girl, steals cocaine, and tries to sell it in Hollywood while the mob chases them. Director Tony Scott. From Dusk Till Dawn: Two thieves and their hostages unknowingly take refuge in a ‘south of the border’ truck stop inhabited by Vampires. Director Robert Rodriguez.
Two from Director Tom Tykwer Run Lola Run: After her boyfriend botches a money delivery, Lola has 20 minutes to raise and return the money to save him. This movie will constantly surprise you! Winter Sleepers: A small town, a man out for revenge, a young couple dealing with life’s problems, and the most exquisite cinematography, make for a most unusual winter tale.
Trois Couleurs (Three Colors) Trilogy from Director Krzysztof Kieslowski Blue: A woman struggles to understand life after the death of her famous music composer husband and their daughter. White: A divorced Polish immigrant plots to get even with his ex-wife. Red: A fashion model stumbles on a retired judge who invades the privacy of others. There’s something for everyone in this collection of films. I hope they help make your quarantine a little less tense. I’ll follow up soon with a list of lighter films that you might have missed over the years. Stay safe and healthy!
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