Lower Blood Pressure From Home : Six Week Program with Coach Val Fiott

Saturday, May 25th, 2024

This workshop is led by Health Coach & Medical Fitness Specialist Val Fiott, and is designed to normalize blood pressure gradually over a six-week period.  Val is a PhD in Health Science with a 30-year history of normalizing blood pressure for hundreds of clients, and he is the former Corporate Physical Health Director for EHM as well as an exam contributor for The American Council on Exercise.

The entire six-week program is private, and takes place over Zoom from the comfort of your home. It involves personalized nutrition coaching and meal planning, as well as exercise leadership and lifestyle change. Val will be selecting and sending you the exercise equipment optimal for your success, for use from your own home or outdoors. All you need is an internet connection to normalize blood pressure.

What Is It Like?
Val will evaluate your lifestyle and clinical needs, and will make decisions with you as to the amount of time that is devoted to exercise, to nutrition, and to the other lifestyle factors that drive BP normalization. Some sessions may be more discussion & planning whereas others may involve more personal training.  Goals will be established and monitored throughout the six weeks.

When Is It?
Three one-hour sessions weekly, at times and days that work for your schedule either before, during or after work. Because this is a private program for you only, your program can begin anytime!

How Does It Normalize Blood Pressure?
Normalizing blood pressure generally involves the following components:
1. Muscle tissue gains
2. Bodyfat loss
3. Clinical exercise Rx
4. Optimal protein intake for your weight and exercise needs
5. Omega-3 optimal intake
6. Healthy, accurate hydration
7. Calcium-Potassium balance
8. Stress management
9. Sleep science
10. PEMF & grounding therapy

How Does It Begin?
Start with a complimentary Strategy Session with Val Fiott, over Zoom.  He’ll learn more about your lifestyle, preferences and medical history before beginning your six-week program.

Nearing Retirement

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2024

Are you hoping to retire soon? If so, there are a lot of things to consider as you approach that part of your life. We can meet to discuss the following important topics:

  • How your spending will change
  • The income you will have
  • How much you have saved
  • When to start Social Security benefits
  • Taxes on your benefits
  • How retirement accounts fit in
  • Investing risks to consider
  • Strategies to make it last

Buying or Selling a Car

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2024

Buying or selling a car (truck, van, SUV, etc.) is the second biggest financial transaction most people will make in their lifetime. Let us know you’d like a discussion about the inside secrets and techniques you need to know to get the best deal possible the next time you buy a car. You will also learn how to make the most money when you sell your car.

Investing Basics

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2024

Are you saving enough for retirement? Do you ever get confused or overwhelmed with all the different investment options out there? If you own a small business, are you taking advantage of the tax-advantaged investment accounts available to you? What about college savings?

We discuss these and other investment related topics in this workshop.

Insurance Basics

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2024

Have you ever wondered what types of insurance you should have or how much you should have? Do you understand all of the policy options available to you and what they mean? Would you like to learn ways to save on your premiums?

We can discuss these and other insurance related topics.

Managing Debt

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2024

Have you ever felt a little unsure about your credit and debt-related topics? If so, you are not alone.

Reach out to us for a discussion on:

  • How to minimize new debt
  • Significance of rates and terms
  • Keys to credit reports
  • Tips for various types of debt
  • Getting out of debt
  • Dealing with collectors
  • Bankruptcy types
  • Alternatives to bankruptcy

Give Yourself a Raise: A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2024

Finding creative ways to save money on expenses can be fun, not to mention very helpful for your personal cashflow! In fact, because of taxes, every $1 you save on spending is the equivalent of earning another $1.50. Do the math and see how big a raise you can give yourself (save $100 = $150 raise, $200 = $300, etc.)!

Bring your best money-saving ideas to share as we talk about ways to save on expenses.

Money Mindsets: The Importance of Finding Your Why

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2024

Have you ever thought about why you do the things you do with your money? Decisions are made using a blend of logic and emotion, and emotion is often the biggest factor. Identifying your “why,” meaning the reasons behind your choices and actions, is an important task.

Reach out to us to discuss the types of mindsets that will help you reach your financial goals.

A Budget that Works: Keys to Intentional Spending

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2024

Do you know how much money you’re bringing in and shelling out on a weekly, monthly, and annual basis? Have you ever tried to make a budget only to find it difficult—if not impossible—to stick to it? Does there always seem to be too much month left at the end of your money?

We will discuss a variety of solutions that will help you create a budget that works.

Walking & Wellness Presentation at Stony Creek Metropark – Longevity, Exercise Science & Lifestyle (Recommended for Ages 45 and Up!)

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2024

The PERFECT way to launch your summer!

Imagine: A beautiful walk through Stony Creek Metropark’s trails every Saturday at noon, with public speaker, Health Coach, Personal Trainer, Life Coach and former Corporate Health Director Val Fiott talking in-depth with you and a group of 4 others about lifestyle change, goal-setting, appropriate exercise progression, nutrition and behaviors of healthy living.

This event goes well beyond traditonal, pre-planned presentations in that Val caters each event to the unique needs of the members: Limiting the group to five persons allows Val to personalize the discussions, in an effort to help you learn and set goals based on your body’s current needs.  Val’s 30 years of clinical research and coaching experience give you the stats-driven, actionable answers you need to build positive health outcomes and greatly reduce risk for heart problems, joint pain, balance deficits, blood sugar imbalances, cancers and other common health problems.

Why walk?
Studies show that we absorb new information better when we’re in motion!  Val inspires and coaches as you enjoy a walk with like-minded new friends, and helps you set new goals to gradually improve your bloodwork, healthspan and longevity. The walk itself will include breaks as needed, and is intended for beginners or for those with moderate fitness. We’ll stay hydrated and manage the pace of the walks accordingly for safety and health.

In addition to the walks, the first five to ten minutes of each Saturday will include these optional health-metric tests:

  • Body composition tests (bodyfat and heart disease risk)
  • Grip strength evaluation (a proxy for total strength)
  • Flexibility and joint range-of-motion
  • Waist-to-Hip Ratio
  • Postural analysis & correction
  • Brief strength demonstration
  • Lifestyle assessment / health-risk

You’re going to learn a LOT!

Questions?  Call or text (248)321-9663 to learn more about this life-changing event!

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