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Date Posted: 22:48:20 03/05/03 Wed
Author: Coli
Subject: Re: Weighing at Curves?
In reply to: Cassandra 's message, "Weighing at Curves?" on 19:17:54 03/05/03 Wed

The scales at my club weigh slightly more than my home scale, but I also attribute that to I weigh myself in the AM with nothing on, and I weigh at Curves in the afternoon or evening with clothes on....no shoes tho.

I would suggest checking the scale at your curves next time you go in. Just hop on it before you workout and if you notice a MAJOR discrepency, let them know and they should remedy the problem.

On my last weigh/measure I noticed that when my numbers were inputted into the computer, the trainer transposed two numbers increasing my inches lost by 4.5 inches....which is appreciated but when it's not sincere.... ;) So I told them next time I went in and she remeasured me to make 100% sure the numbers were wrong. I mean, I think I would know if I lost another 4 inches around my bust (it's ok, I WANT To lose there ;) I'd do the donation thing if there was such a thing....LOL), but they shouldn't get mad at you for wondering about your weight and why it's so different than your friend. I mean, I honestly would imagine if a person were a size 6 and 180, they would have to either have 0% body fat or be 7 feet tall. I'll never get below a 10, as I can't remember when ever was below a ten and when I was was in high school and I weighed 140....at 5'10". But yeah, 180, if that were a size 6, I'd be Super happy ;) that's about my goal. too bad I'm thinking the size will be a 14 or 16....

>Hi All
>I recently got weighed at Curves when I joined. I was
>wondering if anyone had any discrepancies with they
>weight they say you are. They wrote down 180lbs for
>me & I wear a size 6. My best friend who joined a
>different curves wears a size 10 and they wrote her
>weight as 160. It's not that big of deal, just
>something I am trying to fit my mind around. Thanks
>for any input.

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