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Corey Irwin

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Corey Irwin is a healthy gourmet chef, recipe developer, sports nutritionist, running and wellness coach, endurance athlete, fitness model, and author who lives and trains in the Greater Washington DC area. Corey and Brett Stewart, 7 Weeks to Fitness series creator and author, are the coauthors of The Athlete's Cookbook. She has also written recipes, meal plans, and sports nutrition content for several 7 Weeks to Fitness titles, including The Vegan Athlete, 7 Weeks to 10 Pounds of Muscle, and Paleo Fitness.

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