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emlive

Joined: Nov 06
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Posted: 04 Nov 2006, 21:26
Hi everyone! I'm new to the site, and am looking forward to getting to know everyone here. I've just started checking into the curves diet, and I'm going to be starting the curves workout next week. Let me know how things are going for everyone and what you have found that works.
Have a wonderful day,
Elizabeth
liz2

Joined: Nov 06
Posts: 8

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Posted: 07 Nov 2006, 01:04
From Liz to Liz, that's pretty funny Very Happy

I'm also new here and am going to be starting Curves, my cousin had great success, I have seen it with my very eyes so am thinking positively and ready to make enormous changes to my eating and exercise patterns.

As Michael Jackson said 'it's time to make that change'
Bren911

Joined: Sep 06
Posts: 18

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Posted: 09 Nov 2006, 17:26
I am interested in this Curves diet, to me it sounds like it is more focused on exercise and less on eating, can it really be a long term plan.

Also the initial 2 week phase seems highly restricive/scary. Please tell us how you get on.

Tx
emlive

Joined: Nov 06
Posts: 3

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Posted: 05 May 2007, 00:46
Sorry for the delay in getting back with ya'll, I just got my internet connection back last week.

Curves is great, and their main focus is the excercise. They do have meal plans that you can follow that go along with the excercise-every little bit helps.

I wish each one of you luck, I know you can do it!
Talk to you soon,
Elizabeth
loseitgirl1

Joined: Jan 11
Posts: 15

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Posted: 26 Jan 2011, 13:24
i have been on the diet for a little over a week. did first weigh in on tuesday and lost 3.2 lbs!! with that being said, I tracked everything I ate (except for the free foods). the first phase of 1200 calories is do-able b/c its only a week. If you stick to healthy foods you will find that 1200 calories is alot of food. Once you finish week 1 and increase your calories to 1500 you don't think you can eat that much food. But lots of lean proteins help add up the calories... I also try to workout everyday. there are days that I don't feel like doing so, but I tell myself its just 30 mins...



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