Thyroid conditions are surprisingly common in the United States. An estimated 20 million Americans have thyroid disorders, and many without even knowing it.
When’s the last time you jumped on a trampoline? How about the last time you sneezed without crossing your legs first?
Picture a typical heart attack victim, and you may picture a man. But heart disease is equally a women’s disease. In fact, heart disease is the number one killer of women, causing one third of the deaths in women each year.
We all have a day now and then when we feel a little down in the dumps. That’s perfectly normal.
As seasons change, many of us need to re-evaluate and re-commit to regular gym workouts, healthy diets, and a weight management frame of mind. It’s a natural time for making a commitment to a healthy lifestyle.
COVID-19 has changed life as we know it. Find out why exercise is now, more than ever, important to incorporate into your daily routine.
You may not think of your pelvic floor muscles too often, but they are an important part of your life. With the right women's fitness program and pelvic floor exercises, you can reap the many benefits of a strong pelvic floor.
What will your resolution be? Your Curves Coach can help you stay on track, boost your weight loss motivation, and meet or exceed your fitness relationship goals.
November is National Diabetes Month - a perfect reminder to take stock of your health and fitness, evaluate your risk of diabetes, and make sure you are doing everything you can to prevent this potentially devastating disease.
Exercise provides natural stress relief, but when we take it too far, exercise can actually contribute to stress and burnout.