Sara is a journalist and ACE Certified Personal Trainer based in New York City. She has worked on staff at Shape and Self and at publications in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and Rome. You can usually find her in the pool, trying out the latest trend in fitness, or plotting out her next adventure.
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