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Author: K. Aleisha Fetters, C.S.C.S.
An internationally syndicated fitness writer and strength coach, Aleisha holds a master’s degree in new media from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, where she concentrated in health and science reporting. There, she also completed undergraduate work in magazine journalism and gender studies. As a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), Aleisha uses her background in research, writing, and gender issues to help women empower themselves through smart strength training. She coaches women online and in person at HiFi Fitness and Symmetry in Chicago. Other than What’s Good, Aleisha contributes to publications including Time, SELF, Women’s Health, Men’s Health, VICE, Runner’s World, Shape, U.S. News & World Report, Stack, Furthermore from Equinox, and Girls Gone Strong. She is the co-author of The Woman’s Guide to Strength Training. She can usually be spotted in workout clothes and/or eating.
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