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Home Tone 5K and Health Party Set for March 7

Feb 01, 2020 10:49AM ● By Daralyn Chase

Ever work out with a gallon of water? That’s just one of the household items Omar and Kristy Hart incorporate in Home Tone, their creative 28-minute total-body home fitness program. The local couple has been spreading the word about Home Tone throughout Fort Walton Beach with presentations and demonstrations at churches and health expos and one-on-one personal training. On March 7, they will host the Home Tone 5K Walk/Run and Health Party, giving a portion of the proceeds to the Emerald Coast Autism Center in Niceville.

The event is designed to promote fitness, showcase talent and provide entertainment while benefitting a worthy cause, the Harts say. The day will begin at 8 a.m. at Fort Walton Beach First Baptist Church, with the 5K walk/run. Four divisions, divided by gender, will be recognized with first- through third-place medals. Walkers and runners will also be divided into two age groups: 18 through 38, and 39 and over.

The after party will begin at 3 p.m., when the church doors will open for shopping at vendor booths featuring a variety of items, from skin care to clothing to food. The main event, from 4 to 8 p.m., will feature comedy, music, an inspirational speaker and first-hand success stories of how Home Tone has worked. 

The Harts say they designed Home Tone as a proactive, easy-to-follow way for people of all ages, abilities and schedules to work out at home.

Location: 21 First St. SE, Fort Walton Beach. For more information, visit IHomeTone.com

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