Sohee Lee

Background

Sohee Lee graduated from Stanford University in June 2012 with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Human Biology (Psychosocial and Biological Determinants of Health).

Since completing a summer internship at Cressey Performance in Hudson, Mass., she has worked as a strength coach and nutrition consultant at Tyler English Fitness in Canton, Connecticut as well as New York City's renowned Peak Performance. She currently resides in Savannah, GA where she works as a fitness writer, coach, and entrepreneur.

She is also a National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.

Sohee faced anorexia and bulimia in the past, thus her main interests include eating disorders and the psychology behind relationships and decisions that we make as humans. She loves to talk fitness and admires those fit-minded people who can push and pull heavy weights.

To contact Sohee on the worldwide web, check out her fan page on Facebook, follow her on Twitter or check out her website, www.soheefit.com through which she regularly writes about training, nutrition, and her love of pugs. Her website covers exercise, nutrition, psychology and other miscellaneous musings of the exercise world.

Links

Instagram: instagram.com/soheefit
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=93932767&trk=spm_pic
BodySpace: bodyspace.bodybuilding.com/slee00/
Google+: plus.google.com/u/0/+SoheeLee/

Articles

  • To Macro Or Not: Should You Track Your Macronutrient Intake?

    For some of us, calculating macronutrients is a no-brainer. For others, it's unthinkable. If you're on the fence, hear the case from both sides!

  • To Eat Or Not To Eat: Your Fast Guide To Fasting

    Intermittent fasting is not just a choice to be miserable; on the contrary, many people find they feel and train better than ever! Here's your intro to the major approaches, and a way to test if it's right for you.

  • Match Game: Better Living Through Supersets

    If you think a superset is any exercise plus any other one, you need a refresher course. Increase your training density properly, and your reward will be more muscle in less time!