Sohee Lee


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, 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.




  • 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!

  • 5 Ways Your Brain Is Sabotaging Your Fat Loss

    Building your best body takes hard work. But hard work with the wrong mindset can actually leave you further away from where you want to be. This list is where real fat-loss progress begins!

  • Reverse Dieting: 4 Reasons Your Best Diet Might Be A Reverse Diet

    Month after month of living and training in a caloric deficit can leave you exhausted, frustrated—and no leaner. Try reverse dieting and watch your energy level and training quality soar!

  • When Good Fitness Habits Go Bad

    Feeling the fitness buzz can lead to some amazing positive changes, but it can also cause you to lose sight of what's important. Don't let your enthusiasm cause you to fall into one of these classic traps!

  • Diet Doesn't Need To Mean Denial

    Feeling unsatisfied with the same old clean/cheat, bulk/cut cycle? There may a better way. Learn the truth about flexible dieting!

  • 5 Re-Mastered Deadlift Cues To A Better Deadlift

    Struggling with the deadlift? Use your shirt, your training partner, and a couple of simple drills to master the ultimate strength-builder!

  • 6 Reasons You're Not Making Progress

    If you find yourself shouting 'It's not working!' at the mirror or the scale, take a step back and re-evaluate. The answer may be simpler than you think!

  • Don't Let The Chair Win: 8 Fixes For The Desk Jockey

    Sitting is killing you! Simple exercise isn't going to stop it. Use your training to strategically address the problems brought about by modern humans' love affair with the chair!

  • 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.

  • Regress For Progress: 4 Alternatives To The Big Lifts

    The world doesn't need more people lifting heavy with bad form. Find movements that fit your anatomy, strength level, and goals, and watch your strength go through the roof!

  • The 10 Commandments Of Getting Lean

    Want to lose weight and gain muscle? Eat clean and lift. Want to do that and walk through life feeling stronger and more confident than ever before? Follow these 10 rules, no exceptions!

  • The Road Warrior Program: 5 Ways To Make Hotel Gyms Work

    Hotel gyms can be depressing, but your program doesn't have to suffer. With a little imagination and planning, your time on the road can leave you better off than when you left home!

  • Hips Don't Lie: 3 Drills To Nail The Hip Hinge

    There's a lot of power stored up in your hips. Learn to harness it, and you'll enter a new world of strength and athleticism!

  • Get In The Habit: The 30-Day Habit-Forming Challenge

    You have a bucket list, even if it's not actually on paper. The question is: Are you moving closer to accomplishing it? If not, this month is your chance to change. No more excuses!

  • 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!

  • Grab, Sit, Repeat: The Simple Power Of The Goblet Squat

    You heard that squatting is a basic human movement. So why are we so bad at it? What can we do? Meet the goblet squat, a movement that can help anyone master squatting form.

  • Plan, Indulge, Move On: A Strategic Approach To Holiday Eating

    If you think your only choices this holiday season are extreme self-denial and ending up looking like a stuffed stocking, it’s time to lighten up.

  • Yes, You Can Do Pull-Ups For Major Reps. Here's How!

    What if a single movement could rock your entire upper body, from the biceps to the back to the core? It can. It's your old enemy the pull-up, and it's time the two of you made peace.

  • Make Your Diet Fit Your Life, And Success Will Be Yours

    The perfect eating plan is as much an art as a science. Make your diet work with your life, and you'll reap the most benefits from both.