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Skinny Socials » The Skinny http://skinnysocials.com Because parties should be fun, not fattening! Sun, 01 Feb 2015 17:19:31 +0000 en hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.3.1 Fun Fitness Shopping Finds http://skinnysocials.com/the-skinny/2013/07/fun-fitness-shopping-finds/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=fun-fitness-shopping-finds http://skinnysocials.com/the-skinny/2013/07/fun-fitness-shopping-finds/#comments Wed, 31 Jul 2013 14:59:12 +0000 Emily Krusko http://skinnysocials.com/?p=4590 WIWW: What I Want Wednesday   I need a break. Not a break from blogging, but a break

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WIWW: What I Want Wednesday

 

I need a break. Not a break from blogging, but a break from the blogs that tell my readers what they should be doing (ex: exercise, hydrating, stretching, etc.) I wanted to have some fun with today’s blog and share some of my favorite things with my wonderful readers! Here we go!

 

1. Lululemon Wunder Under Crops. These crops are not only extremely comfortable, but they fit like a glove. They look good on everyone! I love wearing them for all of my workouts and hanging out around the house. www.lululemon.com.

2. Sweaty Bands. These headbands are super stretchy so they don’t give you a headache. They stay in place and come in super cute colors and designs. www.sweatybands.com.

3. Racerback pullover bra. Ladies, this bra is super soft and super comfortable. It is not meant for high intensity workouts, but it’s perfect for yoga or lounging around the house. www.gap.com.

4. Vertical Rugby Stripe Beach Towel. These towels are in my opinion, perfect. They are soft, big and absorb lots of water. The colors are fantastic and are very reasonably priced. www.landsend.com.

5. Vintage Cotton V-neck Tee. This soft tee can be dressed up or dressed down. The light airy material is perfect for hot summer days and nights. They are long in length which I love because I have been able to wear these comfortably with my growing pregnant belly! Who says you need to spend lots on maternity clothes? www.jcrew.com.

 

Happy shopping!

 

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Tips to Getting Your Workout Back on Track http://skinnysocials.com/the-skinny/2013/06/tips-to-getting-your-workout-back-on-track/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=tips-to-getting-your-workout-back-on-track http://skinnysocials.com/the-skinny/2013/06/tips-to-getting-your-workout-back-on-track/#comments Mon, 17 Jun 2013 13:00:20 +0000 Emily Krusko http://skinnysocials.com/?p=4461 Get Up and Go!   If you are one of the people to fall off the workout band

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Get Up and Go!

 

If you are one of the people to fall off the workout band wagon, you are most certainly not alone. It’s hard to get back into the groove after weeks, months or years (yikes!) of not picking your behind off of the couch and getting a good sweat in. Following a schedule and sticking with it is half the battle. Here are some ways to get motivated so you can achieve your fitness goals!

 

Hire a trainer. You can schedule sessions with a trainer at your local gym or find a free lance trainer to come to you. Yes, it is going to cost you money. But what doesn’t? I truly believe that you cannot put a price tag on your health. If a trainer is going to get you to move, get one. You will not only get a great workout, but you will walk away with exercise knowledge and be able to use it in the future. Be on the lookout for any specials that gym or trainer has.

 

Meet a friend. Hold each other accountable. Plan to meet at the park at 6:00 p.m. a few nights a week. You will not want to be the one to let your friend down. You can both get your booty moving and catch up on last nights Game of Thrones. It’s a win, win!

 

Play with your kids. Chase your toddler or put the baby in the stroller and go for a nice long walk. Not only will you and your kids get some much needed fresh air and vitamin D, but you will set a great example. If your kids see how important it is to get outside and move, they will most likely follow.

 

Sign up for a race. If you have been thinking about signing up for your town’s Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot 5k, make this the year! Sign up and start training. Create a plan and check off your workout once it is complete. You will build endurance, have more energy and walk away from the race with a big smile on your face. What an accomplishment!

 

Getting back into fitness can definitely be a challenge. But believe me, once you get back into the swing of things and stick to a plan, you will feel guilty missing the workouts. Set a goal and get moving!

 

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The Great Stretching Debate – Before or After Exercise?

 

You come home from work, change into your gym clothes and tie your sneakers tight. You are ready to tackle a 5 mile run. With your iPod fully charged and your favorite tunes playing, you are ready to go! But wait – you need to stretch. “Do I need to stretch?” you ask yourself. “Magazines say so…people at the gym do it.” As you bring your feet hip distance apart and reach for the ground, you wonder, “Is this really necessary?” The great stretching debate has been going back and forth for years. Some professionals say “yes” and some say “you don’t need it.”

 

When I was attending classes to become a fitness professional, I remember one of my instructors asking the class, “If you were being chased by a lion, would you stop to stretch before running away?” The answer is obviously (and hopefully) no. With that being said, the human body clearly doesn’t need a good stretch before moving. The body will react to whatever you want it to do.

 

I always compare muscles to taffy. If you leave a piece of taffy in on the cold and want to split it in half, it snaps. If you leave taffy in a hot car and go to split it in half, it stretches. With that being said, you should always warm the body up before your stretching routine. Walking or jogging lightly will achieve that. The consensus among scientists who study stretching is that the practice has benefits. It reduces muscle soreness caused by strenuous exercise, for one thing (although, according to a 2011 review, by only about 1 point on a 100-point pain scale). Stretching also increases the range of motion in joints, and ‘‘maintenance of normal ranges of motion is an important fitness and wellness objective,’’ says Duane Knudson, chairman of the department of health and human performance at Texas State University in San Marcos.

 

So…to stretch or not to stretch? I will let you make that call. If you feel better doing a stretching routine, then do it! If you are lacking time, don’t sweat it. Save the sweating for the workout itself!

 

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Get Moving Anywhere

  

Are you stuck in a rut at the gym? Feeling unmotivated to go because you are sick of your routine? Take control of your workouts and head outside!

  

We are so incredibly lucky to live in a city that has a path (with a gorgeous view!) that caters to walkers, joggers and bikers. The lake front also provides lots of green space and parks with jungle gyms. You don’t always have to lace up your sneakers and jog for 5 miles, however. Get creative! Use what this lovely city provides. No excuses!

 

 Here is an example of an outdoor workout routine using the path, park, and a jungle gym!

  

1. Warm up – walk or jog for about 10 minutes. This will get the heart rate up and warm your muscles.

   

2. 25 Walking lunges (keep your body nice and tall. Take a big step with either leg and sink down to create a 90 degree angle. Distribute your body weight evenly on both legs).

 

3. Step up’s on a nearby bench (keep one foot on the bench at all times and step up with the other. Perform 10 on each side).

  

4. 10 push ups (on the ground or at an angle using the bench).

  

5. Chin up’s or pull up’s (look for monkey bars. Just watch out for kids! Keep your feet on the ground and hop up to help lift your body if you are a beginner).

  

6. Squat jumps (stand with feet at least hip distance apart. Keep your chest up. Bend your knees like you are about to sit in a chair. Hop off of the ground as you lift your body from that “seated” position).

 

6. Run or sprint for 30 seconds.

 

7. Repeat 5x or more!

 

8. Cool down and stretch.

 

Make sure you keep water nearby as the weather gets warmer. This workout will get your heart pumping and muscles burning. See you at the lake!

 

 

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This Summer Cocktail is Sure to Fancy Your Palate

 

So as the weather heats up and we start changing our diets to be a little lighter and more filled with the vibrant colors and flavors of spring and summer why not create a healthy summer sipper with a little KICK to it?!

Personally, I thought about this idea because I start pretty much every day with a BIG homemade fruit smoothie, though admittedly I put the protein powder and a little oatmal and chia seeds in it to really make it healthy and an actual meal… but as I make it and think about different ideas for refreshing healthy cocktails this spawns an idea.

 

In a blender or magic bullet or anything you have to pulverize and blend add the following:

½ cup Grapefruit Juice

½ Banana

4 cut strawberries

½ cup frozen berries

This is the basic starting point then you choose whether to use a low calorie Vodka (and I must recommend that you opt for an unflavored choice with nutrition facts if you can find it), a Light rum, or a silver tequila.

You can add 2oz of your favorite cocktail libation or spirit and blend.

 

Not only do you get a great tropical flavor that is ice cold and very refreshing, but you get half your daily fruit intake, natural anti-oxitants, vitamins and minerals needed by the body, and a very low calorie cocktail overall!

 

For fun variations try the following:

Coconut water

Lime or lemon juice

Pomegranate juice (light version)

Sugar free Lemonade

Mixture of Pineapple and Trop 50 OJ

 

No matter the beer, wine, or cocktail…. Raise your glass and drink to your health! It’s always 5 o’clock somewhere!

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Why YOU Should Get in the Pool this Summer!

 

Bad knees, bad hips, bad ankles…oh my. As a Personal Fitness Trainer, I think I have heard about every injury in the book. Whether it is an old skiing injury from the early 80’s or a slight lower back pain that has developed over the last few months, injuries sure do like to show their ugly faces every now and then. It is up to us, however, to take charge and find a workout regimen that is well suited for us (with the help of a trainer, doctor or physical therapist, of course!)

 

Not only is swimming gentle on a person’s joints, it will get the heart pumping, get every muscle in the body working and keep you cool on a hot summer’s day! Water cushions stiff joints or fragile bones that might be injured by the impact of land exercises. When immersed to the waist, your body bears just 50% of its weight; immersed to the chest, it’s 25%-35%; and to the neck, 10%. For people with arthritis, it improves use of affected joints without worsening symptoms.

 

Are you new to swimming and not sure where to start? No problem! Hiring a professional trainer who specializes in aquatics is a step in the right direction. He or she will get into the pool with you to teach you the basics as well as water safety. For those of you looking to fine tune your technique and get a great water workout, joining a small group class is a great fit for you. You can meet new people who share the same interest as you and become part of a team!

 

With Memorial Day right around the corner, all of the rooftop pools in the city of Chicago will open up. Take advantage of the beautiful weather and more importantly, take care of you. Grab a towel and some goggles and make swimming a part of your healthy lifestyle!

 

For more information on personal aquatics training, contact Emily at Kb Fitness Solutions, Inc.

 

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Lunchtime Skinny Tuna

 

The Ingredients:

1 Can Tuna

1 T Capers

6 Olives (Kalamata, Gaeta, Castelvetrano… whatever you like.)

5 Slices of Roasted Red Bell Pepper (and 2 T of their water)

1 1/2 T Red Wine Vinegar

2 t Anchovy Paste

1 Fatty Slice of GOOD Bread

2 t EVOO

1 T Chopped Parsley

 

Here’s the thing: all you have to do is throw the first 6 ingredients in a bowl and toss well. (Actually, mix all the other stuff first, then add the tuna, so it doesn’t get super broken down.) Then, get a pan smokin’ hot, rub 1 teaspoon of EVOO on each side of the bread, and place it in the hot pan. Now DON’T TOUCH IT! Sorry, was that rude? Well you aren’t going to get the char on the bread (that’s right, you want it a little bit burnt) unless you leave it alone. So don’t pull it off the pan until you see a tiny bit of smoke start to happen around the edge of the bread. Now you can plate it: put the topping on the bruschetta and finish with fresh parsley.

 

I like this recipe for a few reasons:

 

1. It’s satisfying and filling. You’ve got some protein and a nice piece of bread so you feel like you’re really EATING. It’s kinda like an open faced tuna sandwich… but way better… and without all the mayo.

 

2. It’s got a ton of flavor without a ton of calories. The water from the peppers lends moisture and flavor and eliminates the need for extra oil. Plus, the capers, olives and anchovy are like little flavor bombs in your mouth… then add the char from the bread and the sweet, roasted peppers and you’ve got yourself some serious complexity.

 

3. Clearly, it’s super quick and simple…and it’s almost all in my pantry so I can make it on the fly.

 

4. It’s versatile. It can be lunch…maybe with a cup of soup or something on the side, or you can make it a bit smaller and it can be an appetizer for dinner…maybe to be followed by a little bowl of pasta. (BTW, 4 oz of cooked pasta only has 200 calories. Stick with tomato based sauces and it is, in no way, fattening. It’s only when the portion size is 10 oz and it’s covered in a cream sauce that it’s a big no-no.)

 

So what’d’ya think? A new lunchtime option?

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Fresh Fruits and Veggies Season http://skinnysocials.com/the-skinny/2013/05/fresh-fruits-and-veggies-season/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=fresh-fruits-and-veggies-season http://skinnysocials.com/the-skinny/2013/05/fresh-fruits-and-veggies-season/#comments Wed, 01 May 2013 13:58:04 +0000 Vanessa Kobza http://skinnysocials.com/?p=4383 Tis’ the Season for Fresh Fruits and Veggies   The weather is warming up and summer is quickly

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Tis’ the Season for Fresh Fruits and Veggies

 

The weather is warming up and summer is quickly approaching, so celebrate your body and the season by treating yourself to some fresh fruits and veggies! You may be asking yourself, “Vanessa, why buy fresh?” Well, Skinny Socialites, while canned and frozen varieties are convenient, fresh fruits and vegetables tend to be lower in sugar and sodium (AKA salt) and higher in vitamins and minerals because they are not processed. They also taste yummier and maintain their texture better when they are straight from the farm! In addition, fresh fruits and vegetables make for a great summer snack, dessert, side dish, or even entrée as they are naturally low in calories! Generally speaking, 1 small piece of fruit (think the size of a tennis ball) or 1/2 cup of fresh fruit is ~60 calories. One cup of raw or 1/2 cup cooked vegetables of the non-starchy variety (this excludes beans, corn, peas, potatoes) is only ~25 calories. This makes both great food choices, especially for those individuals who are counting their calories. Now that I have you craving fresh fruits and veggies, let’s talk about the best places to get them, other than the grocery store.

 

Farmers’ Markets: Farmers pick fruits and vegetables at the peak of ripeness and bring them directly to the market, sometimes as soon as the same day they are picked. This means that the produce is super fresh AND super tasty! The fruits and veggies sold vary by farmer and season; therefore, you will likely find varieties not typically seen in a grocery store. Don’t be afraid to try something new – you may really like it! Plus, you have the added bonus of having the farmer there to ask how the food was raised or even what it is! Whichever may be the case. Visit the website below to learn more about farmers’ markets in Chicago! http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/dca/supp_info/farmers_market.html

 

Produce Stands:

If you do not live in proximity of a farmers’ market, keep an eye out for produce stands. They are like mini roadside farmers’ markets — less variety but the same yummy goodness of fresh fruits and vegetables.

 

Pick-your-own Farms and Orchards:

Appreciate the hard work that goes into harvesting fruits and vegetables by picking your own! This is a great weekend activity to do with friends and family. It is also a fun way to teach your small children where their food comes from.

 

Your backyard:

Start your own garden! It takes some work and planning to start and maintain a garden, but it could turn out to be your new favorite hobby! You will literally get to eat the fruits of your labor, and there is nothing more convenient or delicious than homegrown fruits and vegetables.

 

I encourage you all to get outside and enjoy the weather as well as the increased access to fresh fruits and veggies that comes with the season. Happy eating!

 

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Thai Chicken Lettuce Wraps http://skinnysocials.com/the-skinny/2013/04/4164/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=4164 http://skinnysocials.com/the-skinny/2013/04/4164/#comments Mon, 29 Apr 2013 13:00:51 +0000 Camille Parker http://skinnysocials.com/?p=4164 Carrot Slaw 1C Shredded or Julienned Carrots 8 mint leaves, finely sliced ¼ C rice vinegar 2 T

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Carrot Slaw

1C Shredded or Julienned Carrots

8 mint leaves, finely sliced

¼ C rice vinegar

2 T agave

2 t red pepper flake

 

Chicken

1 t oil

1 T lemongrass, finely sliced

1 T Ginger, minced

1 T Garlic, minced

2 scallions, sliced

½ # Ground Chicken

1 1/2 T Fish sauce

1 medium head butter lettuce, for serving

Garnish with Cilantro & Lime Wedges

Serve with Sriraccha on the side

 

 

Combine all ingredients slaw ingredients in a bowl and let marinate, stirring occasionally, while you prepare the chicken.

 

For the chicken, sautee the first 4 ingredients over medium-high heat until fragrant. Add the chicken and let cook, stirring occasionally until nearly cooked through. Add the fish sauce and continue to cook until the chicken is done…another 2 minutes.

 

To serve, divide the chicken among the lettuce leaves, top with carrot slaw and garnish with fresh cilantro and lime wedges. Serve with Sriraccha for the spice-lovers.

 

ENJOY!

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Sunday Funday … Sip the Day Away http://skinnysocials.com/the-skinny/2013/04/sunday-funday-sip-the-day-away/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=sunday-funday-sip-the-day-away http://skinnysocials.com/the-skinny/2013/04/sunday-funday-sip-the-day-away/#comments Fri, 26 Apr 2013 13:00:11 +0000 Diana Novak http://skinnysocials.com/?p=4375 As the weather starts to warm up ever-so-slightly and the patios begin to open their long standing Sunday

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As the weather starts to warm up ever-so-slightly and the patios begin to open their long standing Sunday Morning outdoor brunches and bars… We Chicagoans and “northerners” begin our tradition of waiting hours just to sit beneath the sun as we sip our cocktails and nosh on some well needed brunch munchies.

 

Some of the most common brunch cocktails are the Mimosa and Bloody Mary… and often times, we can’t just have one… ESPECIALLY since so many restaurants offer bottomless, or we are the host of a little gathering ourselves and offer pitchers.

 

Mimosas are pretty standard with Champagne and OJ… but there are a bunch of different ways in which you can mix it up just a hair to offer a little different flavor profile, or to reduce the calories just a tad.

 

What else to use besides OJ? – Mango or Papaya juice. Mix juices such as pomegranate and tangerine to offer a higher level of antioxidants and to make that morning cocktail just a little more tropical.

 

Alternatives with Champagne? – Try prosecco (it’s a bit dryer and sweeter than champagne) or try a sparkling Moscato or even a blend like a wine called Roscato (a sparkling sweet red wine).

 

*Also if you want to reduce some of the calories by the glass… Only fill the glass half way with your Mimosa mixture, and fill the rest with Soda Water. It will keep the bubbles vibrant and still give you the flavor profile you’re looking for to enjoy with your favorite brunch snack.

 

So this Sunday try the Mimosas, and next Sunday Sippers we can try not only the creativity of a Bloody Mary, and all the ways in which you can make that little salad in glass your own special spicy or mild cocktail creation and really pair it with your bunch munchies.

 

No matter the day, time, or cocktail…. Raise your glass and drink to your health. Always remember, it’s 5’oclock somewhere Cheers!!!!!

 

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