Joined: Feb 16, 2016
Laurel Leicht, C.S.C.S., is a writer, editor, and certified personal trainer in Brooklyn, NY. Her work has appeared in Health, Runner’s World, Self, Women's Health, and Cosmopolitan. She's served as a contributing editor for Self and blogger for Glamour.com, and previously was fitness editor at Shape. She’s run nine marathons, competed in five Olympic-distance triathlons, and is an Ironman Florida finisher.
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