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Date Posted: 07:21:42 03/05/03 Wed
Author: Terri
Subject: Re: New curves in town- Should I join???
In reply to: KB 's message, "New curves in town- Should I join???" on 19:41:17 03/03/03 Mon

Joining Curves was the best thing I ever did. My first month weigh in was yesterday. I am down 4 pounds and 6 inches. I look so forward to going when I get out of work.

As for your concern about the money it costs -- it cost me $372 for one year (paid year in advance). My health insurance re-imbursed $150. After doing the calculations my final cost is actually only $18.50 per month! If I didn't spend it there and didn't join I would have been spending it on food!

Let us know if you decide to join.

>Hi ladies,
>I've been browsing here since I learned that a Curves
>was coming to town. It opened today and I stopped by
>to get info and made an appointment.
>I wasn't very impresssed with the looks of things.
>Especially for the money it cost. The instructor
>wasn't this hard bodied babe. And the ladies working
>out weren't lookers either. Just makes me think what
>I'd be benefiting?
>Also, does anyone get bored of the same routine for
>months and months?
>I can see the benefits of time and being all ladies,
>but is it really wroth it? Will I see reasults?
>Oh yeah, I am 5'3" and weight 142lbs. I really just
>want to tone up and lose maybe 10 pounds. Will this
>program do this for me? I know I will probably get out
>what I put in.
>Thanks for your time!

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