By Michael E. Kanell February 17, 2020
In the pre-dawn, long before getting to her job as a Marietta teacher, Emily Willard, 28, hits the gym.
A couple of times a week – as well as some weekends and school holidays – she’s at Total Row in Buckhead, getting a bit of a workout, sure, but that’s not why she’s there. She’s a trainer, leading a group of early morning rowers in their huffing and puffing so she can pick up some extra coin. “It is nice to have money on the side,” Willard said.
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