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  • Jul 4, 2022

The Benefits of Foam Rolling

One of the trends in fitness right now is Foam Rolling. But do you really know what foam rolling is, or how and why you should do it? Foam rolling is a technique used to deliver Self-Myofascial Release (SMR) or a self-delivered deep tissue massage. Much like a deep tissue massage, the purpose of foam rolling is to release tight spots or knots within the muscles to help you improve your range of motion and muscle performance, and overall, just feel better.

  • Belong
  • Jul 4, 2022

7 Ways Exercise Improves Self-Esteem

We’ve all experienced moments of lost confidence or lower self-esteem, especially at times in our lives when unwanted changes in our bodies start to take place. Whether they result from pregnancy, aging, stress, or other factors, when we see those changes, our first instinct may be to do what feels safe–hide away. But really, what we should be doing is getting out there and working to strengthen our bodies and our self-esteem. Luckily, there’s a safe, supportive environment where women can do just that–Curves, the gym designed for women.  

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  • Jun 17, 2022

Straighten Up: Strength Training for Better Posture

No matter what our jobs or lifestyles, so many of us spend countless hours hunched over a desk or phone—working, texting friends, or reading the news. This unnatural position puts back and neck muscles at risk for injury and fatigue. That, in combination with the stress of daily life, is the perfect storm for bad posture and back and neck pain.

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  • Jun 17, 2022

The Power of The Pelvic Floor

Do you cross your legs every time you sneeze? Refuse to get on the trampoline with the kids? Or hold back a hearty laugh to avoid running to the closest bathroom? If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, you may have a weak pelvic floor.

  • Nourish
  • Jun 17, 2022

Keeping your Weight Up Later in Life

In the health and fitness arena, we often hear about achieving a “healthy weight.” You may immediately assume a healthy weight means as low as you can go, but this isn’t always the case. For optimum health, you must go with the Goldilocks rule: Not too heavy, not too light, just right.

  • Take :30 with Krishea
  • May 18, 2022

Fitness Business Insider with Krishea Holloway

Krishea Holloway, President and CEO of Curves NA and Oceania, recently had the opportunity to talk with Fitness Business Insider magazine about the history and future of Curves.

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  • May 18, 2022

The Truth About the Scales

The average household scale only tells you your total body mass. The problem with this is that it’s just one data point about your health - it’s not the entire story! Body mass can change due to a variety of factors. Most importantly, weight loss or weight gain doesn’t always reflect real health and fitness progress.

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  • May 18, 2022

Exercising with Endometriosis

In women of childbearing age, each month, the uterus lining builds and then sheds during the menstrual period. For about 11 percent of women between the ages of 15 and 44, the lining goes haywire and grows outside the uterus—a condition called endometriosis.

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  • May 12, 2022

Defend Yourself Against Alzheimer’s Disease

As women, we are strong in so many ways, but unfortunately, more of us get Alzheimer’s Disease than do men. In fact, women are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease in their 60s as they are to get breast cancer, and nearly two out of three people living with Alzheimer’s Disease are female.

  • Live
  • Apr 4, 2022

What is your heart rate telling you?

Your Curves workout just found its new best friend – Curves’ Fitness tracker: the Myzone Switch!

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  • Apr 3, 2022

Achieve Your Fitness Goals Before the End of the Year

We set new year’s resolutions with the best of intentions: Start a new workout plan!

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  • Apr 3, 2022

Stay Grounded with Better Balance

Remember walking across a balance beam, skating, or climbing a ladder or step stool with ease? Balance is something we tend to take for granted when we’re young, and it’s one of the first things to go as we get older.

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