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.
If you’ve ever been to a traditional gym, you may have felt a little intimidated.
An environment that gives you a safe space for women’s fitness does exist, in the form of a women’s gym like Curves.
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.
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