Between the limited sunlight, cooler temperatures and shorter days, winter can be a real drag. It doesn't help that during these colder months we're also more susceptible to getting sick. Luckily, there are some health tips to help you stay well over winter!
Negative self-talk can subtract from the benefits of exercise. To harness all the positive that goes along with a regular full body workout—and to keep your own mindset upbeat—we've put together some of our top health tips!
Anyone who has watched a loved one struggle with weight knows how hard it can be. However, with the right kind of support, you can encourage an important woman in your life to lose weight and become the healthiest, happiest version of herself.
It’s part of our nature as women—an innate propensity to care for others. But sometimes, we give too much and neglect our own health. To help, we've put together some health tips so that you can take good care of yourself while you care for a loved one.
When you're stuck in a rut it can be difficult to stay motivated to achieve your fitness goals. No matter your aspiration, whether it's losing weight, getting in shape, toning up or getting stronger, a long road ahead may feel daunting. To help, we've put together some health and exercise tips that will keep you motivated on the road to fitness!
Money can't buy good health but investing it in yourself may increase your chances of living a happy and healthy life! Investing in your physical health with a regular workout plan like Curves can offer you rewarding returns and may even save you money on healthcare costs later on!
Weight loss plateaus are a common roadblock, and they can put a damper on weight loss motivation. While experts haven't yet worked out why these plateaus happen, there are ways to change up your weight loss plan to help you get over these hurdles.
Keeping motivated to exercise and eat well can sometimes be difficult. It’s easy when you start out but once things become routine it’s perfectly normal to feel your enthusiasm wane. To help you keep on the right track, we have 6 tips for finding the right exercise motivation for you!
There are so many physical benefits of exercise - it helps you get in shape and lose weight - but did you know there are significant mental health benefits of exercise too?
They say all things in moderation. This is true of everything, even good things like exercise. If you would like to learn just how much is too much exercise, we have the guide for you!
Summers can get pretty hot here in Australia. It's easy to forget (or rather, ignore) our workouts as we're busy trying to keep ourselves cool. But, by making healthy food choices and prioritising your fitness activities, even during those hot summer days, you can maintain a fit and healthy body all season long.
Mornings don't have to be a chaotic rush out the door. By taking a little time out of your day to establish a healthy morning routine, you can start your mornings right and see the benefits all day long.
Emotional health is very important but often ignored. Suffering from depression, anxiety or stress can cause physical symptoms such as abdominal pain, headaches, muscle pain or tension among others. People who exercise regularly get a sense of wellbeing.
Starting your own Curves franchise is easier than you may think. It’s possible to buy an existing club or start a brand new one. With over 20 years of experience, whichever path you take, we will provide you with ongoing training and tools for success.
Our fabulous member Pat from Curves Weston, ACT was recently interviewed by the Today Show about her inspirational journey to a healthier life!
With World Diabetes Day this month – it’s a perfect reminder to evaluate your risk of diabetes and make sure you are taking steps to prevent it.
One day Judy saw an ad in the local paper that Curves Mornington was for sale and the rest is history!
Shell, Curves Coach at Gungahlin, shares her personal story to help motivate women who face the challenges that she once did.
Want to stay slim and smart well into your later years? Research suggests that weight management may also reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
Look Good Feel Better helps women with cancer cope with changes in their appearance, boosting their self-esteem and emotional resilience.