Katarina Herrera struggled with body confidence and eating disorders as a teen. Here’s how getting fit helped her regain her sense of self-worth.
Amanda joined DailyBurn as an editor in summer 2014. Prior to DailyBurn, she worked as a health editor at FoxNews.com and an assistant editor at Self magazine. Amanda started her career as a Page at NBC Universal, where she worked at The Today Show, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and various other shows. Amanda attended Northwestern University, where she received a degree from the Medill School of Journalism. She lives in New York City and enjoys running, trying new workout classes, and cooking in her tiny kitchen.
Articles by Amanda Woerner
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