Isabella Broggini is a health writer and editor, NASM-certified personal trainer, and fitness nutrition specialist. She is a commerce editor at Verywell.
Throughout her career, Isabella Broggini has covered a wide range of lifestyle and wellness topics, from the most reliable sneakers for trail runners to the best gifts for your Type A best friend. Whether she’s writing a gift guide for new puppy parents or researching the best infant thermometers, she makes sure to only recommend the best products possible to her readers. Isabella uses her experience in the health and wellness sector to identify products that make false health claims and only reviews ones her readers can trust. Isabella is also a fitness fanatic and used to personal train at Equinox. When she’s not writing or editing, she can be found traveling with her friends or lifting unnecessarily large weights at the gym.
Isabella received a Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Journalism from Elon University.
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