See how Home Tone worked for these four faithful users.
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After Kristy Hart learned that her blood pressure was too high, and by the third doctor visit it hadn't come down and having little to no energy for her family, husband or job, stress, concern, and worry set in. However, the doctor strongly recommended a change in diet and that dreaded word- EXERCISE.
Taking prescribed high blood medicine was an alternate option but would have to be a part of her daily living. She knew she had to find a a natural solution.
The last thing she wanted to do was share this with her fit and trim husband, who constantly bothered/urged her to exercise, and face the music. Something had to change. Gym memberships didn't solve the problem due to her busy schedule, and would more often than not be a waste of money. Other workout routines failed because they were to intense and didn't offer a "how-to" start approach. Depending how she felt from a long day at work that wouldn't prove to be a consistent workout regime.
While her blood pressure remained high and energy low, she looked around her home and noticed all the movements that she did around the house. The door, for example, had a swing motion that she used pretty much everyday. Pouring a glass of water from an 8 lb. jug is an everyday task but with the right mentality, it could easily become a workout.
Clearly her food options would have to change as well. No more caffeine, cut out the milk chocolate and adopt a balanced approach for food and exercise. Everything in moderation.
As a result of using simple movements she does everyday as a workout routine and coupling this with her new found nutrition plan. She begin to notice a spike in energy level, more flexibility, and a drop in blood pressure. If this worked for her what could she call it? How could she tell other women about it? This sparked the idea behind Home Tone.
Since 2019, Kristy and her husband have been sharing this program with women in their local and surrounding area. Visiting churches, health events, and working one-on-one with interested women has been successful in spreading the word about health being attainable at home and without a huge budget.
In March 2020, Home Tone hosted its first 5K walk/run to benefit the Emerald Coast Autism Center. Being in the middle of a pandemic, there is no better time to stay healthy and in shape in the safety and comfort of your own home!