Renee Novak

For Renee, fitness was a way to keep her body strong maintain standards as an Air Force Officer for over 20 years.  Additionally, she realized exercise helped release the stress of balancing career with family and focus on herself for one hour a day. Now as a health professional she realizes exercise does merely mean an hour of cardio.  Instead she encourages her clients to explore yoga, functional training or HIIT training. Just keep moving!

Before coming to CORE, Renee was a personal trainer and group exercise instructor at a local club and Coached a Parkinson’s Patient group. She was also involved with the Northern Virginia Adult Health and Development Program (ADHP), an Intergenerational Exchange in exercise. She also is a certified trainer in the “Staying Active and Independent for Life (SAIL) program. 

Fifteen years ago, during the last year of her military career, Renee was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.  After rebounding from right side paralysis Renee comments, “I am so blessed to be strong and healthy”.  She and her husband enjoy scuba diving, long distance road biking, triathlons, and hiking with their dog Ranger. By using her knowledge in health, fitness and nutrition she’s thrilled to be giving back and pursue her passion. Her Goal: Help you put more life in your years.

She is a certified Personal Trainer, Group Fitness Instructor and Health Coach.  She holds certificates in Aqua and Barre. Next spring Renee plans on completing her third Master’s Degree this time in Health Education and Promotion from Marymount university.  



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