The Dip Shrug will strengthen your trapezius, deltoids, and latissimus dorsi keeping your upper body strong and helping with great posture.
This machine will help you strengthen your pectoral muscles (chest), rhomboids and latissimus dorsi (upper back).
Heart disease is a big problem, particularly here in the US. Luckily, there are ways to help prevent heart disease. One fun and effective way is to exercise regularly with activities like the Curves Circuit!
A lack of physical activity throughout the day, such as sitting down all day at work, could be impeding your progress towards your health and fitness goals. If you need help finding more creative ways to add movement to your day, then read on!
Making the decision to live a healthy lifestyle is the first step in realising a healthier and happier you. One way to help ensure your success is to earn the support and assistance of your spouse or partner.
Strength is important, whether you’re 35, 55, or 85. Back in the day, the prevailing belief about aging and physical activity was that as we get older, we become frail and prone to injury and, therefore, we should take it easy—not exert ourselves. Today, we know that unless we engage in regular physical activity, we can become frail and be at a higher risk of injury. In addition, without the strength and fitness we gain through exercise, we cannot enjoy our highest quality of life.
An important variable in any weight management equation is calorie burn. While what you eat significantly affects how many kilos you carry on your figure by controlling calories in, how you exercise makes a difference in calories out. Certainly cardiovascular activities, like walking, running, cycling, and swimming can burn quite a few calories, particularly when performed at high intensities, but strength training also offers significant benefit when it comes to cutting a fine and healthy figure.
You learned balance as a kid and you need to practice it as an adult to keep in tip-top shape, and the Curves Body Basic-Balance class* will help you do just that.
It’s the other half—your lower half—that’s the focus of the specialty Body Basic- Stronger Legs* class at Curves. Make this class a regular part of your workout routine and you’ll love the look of your toned, shapely legs and, more importantly, their power. Here's why...
Want a strong heart? One that’s able to power you through a long, healthy, and happy life? Make a date—several dates—with Curves. Strength training has a remarkable ability to tackle four key risk factors for heart disease: obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and insulin resistance. And, when done in a circuit like Curves, you also get a heart-pumping, calorie-burning cardio workout. Check it out.
Here are 9 reasons why having strong arms, legs and core is so important, even for everyday activities, and why you might want to try one of our Curves speciality Body Basic Circuits to provide an extra boost to these areas.
For years, research has shown an association between regular physical activity and healthy brain function; now a new 6-month clinical trial conducted adds to the evidence.
Flexibility—and we’re talking the muscular kind here, although a go-with-the-flow attitude is also an asset--makes every activity you do a little easier and a little more successful.
Get your heart pumping with the new Body Basic Cardio Circuit! It has multiple levels of difficulty that everyone can enjoy!
Sometimes it’s the little things that make a difference in life - stay healthy and happy with these 8 tips for a healthier winter!
We have a tendency to sit on our glutes all day, every day, but that's not what they do best. Our glutes are imperative to accomplishing many of the movements we take for granted.
Have you ever wondered why it seems so easy for some people to stick to their workout schedule? In reality, there’s no magic or mystery involved.
Women over age 50 can get the most out of their exercise regimen by understanding their strengths and weaknesses.
If you're not seeing results or seem to get bored of your routine too quickly, it's time to take stock of your current regimen and make some changes.
The beginning of spring is definitely a time of transition. Why not make it a goal to start on the right foot with more "Me Time."
Even though summer may be over, and it is the season of warm jumpers, and fatty food – that’s no reason to give up all your hard work.
Exercising in general is the best way to help you lose weight, tone up, and feel happy with yourself.
Whether you have two left feet, no sense of rhythm or limited mobility due to an accident or old age, dancing can help you improve your overall health.
Set yourself up to reach your goals! Make an appointment with yourself, and honour it like any other appointment.