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Date Posted: 07:52:57 06/23/03 Mon
Author: Katie
Subject: Re: New to Curves
In reply to: Marjorie 's message, "New to Curves" on 02:01:15 06/22/03 Sun

Welcome. That is so great that you and your mom are joining together. I am not a person who will ever put a time frame on losing weight. If you are just losing and exercising in general that is awesome. Take each day as it comes. Dont worry about the end of the day enjoy the ride you are on to get there. You are making a lifestyle change. It takes 6 months of doing something to become a habbit.

Let us know how you are doing


>Hello everyone! This message board seems so friendly!
> Well, my mom and I are going to join Curves next
>week, and I'm really excited. From reading your
>posts, it's obvious that you all really love Curves.
>I have a couple of questions. It seems like most of
>you go 3 times a week to let your muscles rest. But
>the man who own the Curves near me said that his
>clients have the best results when they go 5-6 days a
>week. What do you think? I also wondered how quickly
>I could expect to see results. I'm 20, and I have
>about 65 pounds to lose and I'm dieting. (I've
>already lost 27 pounds!) My mom has about 60 pounds
>to lose, but she's not dieting. Thanks!

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