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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Any one out there belong to Curves? I was a member a few years back and was wondering if it is still the same or if it has changed at all? I'm seriously considering going back and am looking for some feed back.

I think my biggest problem is the machines do not get cleaned too often. I just keep thinking of the person in front of me using the machine and then I have to use it with out cleaning it!

Is it me or am I just crazy?? emoticon

I really think it would be good for me because I can get strength and cardio in.

Feed back would really help me make my decison.

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    emoticon No it's just you that's disgusting.... I'd rather my sweat stay on me & my personal mat & not everywhere all over the place...

    God bless & have fun!!

    1982 days ago
    I belonged to a women's circuit gym years ago (loved it) but it wasn't Curves. I never worried about this because we had disinfecting gel on the wall to use once completed. Usually you aren't touching your face, etc., while you are on the circuit. Maybe just have those handy yourself if they don't.
    1982 days ago
    This gym is a continuous circle! You can not stop to clean the machine in front on you..that is my problem! I would not have time to wipe down before using it. Your work out is 30 mins long and it's continuous. It does go by really quick and then after there is a cool down mode.

    1982 days ago
    One of the "how to use a gym" tips for me, who hasn't is to always clean the machine before and after you use it. Every once in a while SP sends out an email for a 30 day trial. Don't know if you'd be eligible as a former member?
    1983 days ago
    I've never belonged to a gym, but I'm thinking that if you carried some wipes and used them on the place people tend to touch, that would help.
    1983 days ago
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