A good way to go for those embarking on a new workout plan or struggling to stay motivated with their current one is a personal trainer, someone who can advise them on how they should be working out.
Here are some suggestions on how to share the health benefits of exercise with those closest to you.
Gone are the days when your only choice for a workout venue was a cold, loud, open space filled with muscly men. But what makes Curves different from other women's only fitness programs?
If someone close to you has been diagnosed with breast cancer, you may be left wondering what the best way is to support her.
Between the limited sunlight, cooler temperatures and shorter days, winter can be a real drag. It doesn't help that during these colder months we're also more susceptible to getting sick. Luckily, there are some health tips to help you stay well over winter!
Laugh Without Leaking, the Continence Foundation of Australia’s national health awareness campaign, has returned in 2019 to help the 1 in 4 Australians who today suffer from bladder and bowel leakage, and the millions more at risk of this debilitating condition.
A change in routine, like traveling for business or pleasure, can make keeping to a health and fitness plan difficult. Though it may appear challenging, there are ways to keep on track with your workout plan while traveling.
Money can't buy good health but investing it in yourself may increase your chances of living a happy and healthy life! Investing in your physical health with a regular workout plan like Curves can offer you rewarding returns and may even save you money on healthcare costs later on!
When you're stuck in a rut it can be difficult to stay motivated to achieve your fitness goals. No matter your aspiration, whether it's losing weight, getting in shape, toning up or getting stronger, a long road ahead may feel daunting. To help, we've put together some health and exercise tips that will keep you motivated on the road to fitness!
It’s part of our nature as women—an innate propensity to care for others. But sometimes, we give too much and neglect our own health. To help, we've put together some health tips so that you can take good care of yourself while you care for a loved one.