Testimonials

 
  • Kathy Watkins

  • 22.5 lbs
  • 29
  • 3

  • "Lost My FAT Pants!"

BEFORE

AFTER
 

During my time at Curves, I have had amazing results. Losing my fat pants after just 6 months of working out 3 times a week at Curves. I have maintained my goal weight, and I still work out 3 times at week at Curves on Northshore!!


  • Sherrie Frontz

  • 48 lbs.
  • 30
  • 20 to 12

  • “I’ve suffered from chronic migraines since I was 15, but since joining Curves I can count the number of migraines I’ve had on one hand.”

BEFORE

AFTER
 

Sherrie Frontz claimed that before Curves, she was a couch potato that never left the house. She had no energy and felt bad all the time. In March of 2005, Sherrie began working out at Curves three times a week and following the Six Week Solution plan. The weight began dropping off and her energy level started rising. Her quality of life has also improved both mentally and physically. She no longer suffers from the migraines that plagued her for the majority of her life, her blood pressure is the lowest it has ever been and her cholesterol dropped to normal. Sherri says, "I have so much energy I look for things to do! I have added walking to my Curves program and I feel good! I have tried to lose weight before, but nothing worked until Curves."


  • Jasmine Confer

  • 65 lbs.
  • 28 to 16

  • “After a year in Iraq, my husband came home to a new woman. For the fi rst time in six years, I’ve held my head high. I now stand next to him with pride, instead of hiding behind him in shame because of my weight.”

BEFORE

AFTER
 

Jasmine Confer joined Curves in January 2005, right after her husband of 10 years left for Iraq. At first she was a bit skeptical. "I was afraid to join another workout facility and never attend. I could not handle being a failure again." Fortunately she was greatly surprised with her commitment to Curves and with her weight loss results!
While Jasmine's husband was aware that she had joined Curves, during his time in Iraq she never sent him pictures of herself or spoke to him on the webcams that they had available through some of the computer labs. She also asked her friends not to talk about her weight loss or send him pictures of her.
"He would beg me to send him a picture of me and I would apologize and tell him I am sorry, he would have to make it out of Iraq alive and back home to me to see me again. I wanted him to have an extra incentive to come home, and extra initiative from me to keep working out."
In January 2006, Jasmine's husband called her to tell her he was coming home. On the day Jasmine picked him up from the airport, she says her heart was racing.
"After what seemed like forever, he came walking around the corner in his Marine Corp uniform and his eyes were the size of golf balls...he was so stunned and shocked it was me."
Then he hugged her and whispered in my ear, “I cannot believe that I finally get to hold you after all of this time. I cannot believe this is you and you are smiling back at me.” In this moment, Jasmine finally felt good about herself, which she says was a life altering moment.
"All that I had worked for at Curves had changed every aspect of my life and all made perfect sense right at the moment. He told everyone at the airport luggage rack that he barely recognized me and he could not stop putting his hands around my waist and hugging me. A year later (2007) this is still the case!"