55-year-old mother of three and grandmother of four, Toni, has battled obesity her whole life. Three years ago she reached her heaviest at 127kg.
20 years ago Kay was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. After attending her 1096th session at Curves she wants to inspire people living with illness to persevere.
Three years ago Sue’s life was very different. She was experiencing terrible pain in performing every day tasks, even as simple as walking and descending a set of stairs.
The Curvette of the Year recognises the inspirational women at our Curves clubs throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Your success at weight loss is not measured by the number on the scale alone but also by many other changes to your figure and the way you feel. So look for these wins along the way to your fitness goals, and celebrate them!
Through hard work, determination and support from her best friend, Shannon and her trainer, Katrina, Cathy is looking great and feeling even better!
Tanya, 47, has lost a total of 8.9kg over 12 weeks and she’s never felt better. The mum of two was crowned the 2015 12 Week Curvette Body Challenge winner.
Our Curvette Of The Year Finalists had an absolute ball during their New Idea photo shoot. The vibe in the studio was buzzing!
I was the heaviest I had ever been. I had always struggled with weight but I felt it was out of control. I needed to change my lifestyle to keep up with my daughter and regain my self confidence.
I’ve lost 44 kilos at Curves. I love my new good health, fitness, confidence and my new body. Members are very happy for me.
Congratulations to Curves Charlestown for winning the first ever CLUB Team Curvette of the Year Award.
We are pleased to announce that Brooke Irelend, from Curves Eltham, has been awarded this year’s Australian Curvette of the Year Award.
From day one Amy has been the most focused young woman. She has consistently lost kilograms, body fat and centimeters. Amy never misses a workout.
A member at Curves Narrabeen, Amy demonstrates that prevention is infinitely better than cure, no matter what age.
A Brisbane woman, who describes life before losing weight as "just an existence", has been announced Australia and New Zealand Curvette of the Year.
Viviana Vinas is moving closer to her life-long dream to become a paramedic after losing 25.2 kilos through Curves Nutrition Program.