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Date Posted: 14:58:15 11/23/03 Sun
Author: Claire
Subject: Recovery Stations??

I just joined Curves not long ago. I'm finding out a lot by reading these messages. For one thing I think training is minimal at my Curves. Regarding the recovery stations--nobody even told me that's what they're called and that the biggest effort needs to be on the machines (which also haven't been explained very well). I've been running in place like crazy on the "recovery stations" and absolutely worn out by the time I make round three. What do most of you do when you're on the recovery stations? Any information will be most appreciated. I've been to Curves eight times now and not only haven't lost any weight, but can't even begin to see any improvement in my body shape. I only need to lose about 10 pounds (all of which seems to be in my stomach area). Also need to lower my cholestral and tryglicerides. So that said, do you think maybe I should still be giving it my all on the recovery stations as I've been doing or should I slow down and concentrate on the machines (we have nine machines).

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