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Date Posted: 11:48:56 04/26/03 Sat
Author: Coli
Subject: Re: Will Curves work for a reasonably fit person?
In reply to: Laura 's message, "Will Curves work for a reasonably fit person?" on 19:59:03 04/25/03 Fri

You will find that all types of ladies workout at Curves. those who have a lot to lose, a little to lose, nothing to lose or gain as well as some who have a little to gain.

It's worth a try for you. It's also highly possible that after a year of working out at Curves, you might not lose a mass pound, but instead lost some fat and gained some muscle and will be able to get into that size 10 ;) I've transformed my body....I'm in an 18 at 230 when I was in an 18 at 180 several years ago. Your's might not me that drastic, but it's certainly possible!

Call for an appointment and they will give you more info :)

>I'm thinking of joining Curves, but I'm not sure if it
>will work for me since I don't have much to lose.
>I've worked out consistently for the past 5 years,
>doing weight training and cardio. I'm in decent
>shape, however, I need to lose about 15-20 lbs. I'm
>currently a size 12/14 and would like to more of a
>10/12. I'm thinking that changing my routine by going
>to curves might help, and I'd do cardio on the days I
>don't go to curves. Any advice, success stories, etc?
> Thanks!

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  • Yes!!! -- Bezz, 10:19:29 04/28/03 Mon
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