Adrianne is the fitness manager at the NASA Langley Research Center and enjoys implementing her passion for exercise, nutrition and over all wellness into her work. She provides fitness classes, personal training, and orientations for members of the fitness center. Providing fitness center members with encouragement, Adrianne organizes a monthly fitness program and holds friendly weekly competitions or challenges. In an effort to reach out the NASA community and promote wellness, Adrianne writes a weekly wellness tip for the Langley blog, presents two “lunch and learns” per month on various health topics and presents one clinic a month demonstrating and educating members on a specific fitness topic. Aside from the fitness component, Adrianne composes monthly reports, proposals, and other managerial duties to ensure the fitness center runs smoothly.
Adrianne has a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Longwood University along with a number of certifications. Her certifications include Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (C.S.C.S) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), STOTT Pilates Matwork Level 1, STOTT Pilates Reformer Level 1 & 2, TRX Instructor and Certified CORRE Barre Instructor. Adrianne is a certified BLS instructor through the American Heart Association and maintains her lifeguarding certification as well.
Adrianne’s professional experience includes being a personal trainer, adjunct professor, working with a division one basketball team, and fitness in a hospital setting. Her background and certifications cover cutting edge postural assessments that address muscular imbalances which she incorporates into individual training sessions. Outside of NASA, Adrianne teaches group reformer classes and Barre classes at two studio locations and teaches personal training certification courses for World Instructor Training Schools.