Mallory Creveling

Mallory Creveling

Writer

Expertise

Health Journalism, Personal Training

Education

Syracuse University

Highlights

Mallory Creveling is a health and fitness writer and ACE-certified personal trainer living in Brooklyn, NY.  She previously worked on staff at Shape magazine for more than four years and worked as the associate health editor at Family Circle magazine for nearly two years. When she's not writing about fitness, she's leading others through personal training and HIIT classes. 

Experience

Mallory has held staff positions at Shape and Family Circle magazines. She was also on staff at DailyBurn.com and has been published on Self.com, Shape.com, Prevention.com, RunnersWorld.com, MensJournal.com, and other national health publications.

Education

Mallory has a bachelor's degree in magazine journalism from Syracuse University.

Other work:

 

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