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Curves for Women opens in new Russellville location

For women who might have wondered where their local gym has gone, there is no need to worry.

Curves for Women opened in a new location this week. The female fitness center moved from its former location in the Franklin Shopping Center to its new location in the Guthrie’s Plaza on U.S. 43 in Russellville.

Local owner Jeni Lee Flanagan said the facility still has all the amenities they had before, plus the addition of tanning beds.

Flanagan said the center is cutting all service fees for those who join the gym during the first two weeks of August.

The center prides itself on a 30 minute, 500-calorie burn weight loss program.

A Curves 30 minute fitness center is a woman’s gym that provides a total body workout.

With both aerobic exercise for weight loss and strength training for toned muscles, a Curves workout provides an exercise plan that can burn up to 500 calories in just 30 minutes.

Curves clubs also offer a nutrition program and diet solution that provides permanent results without permanent dieting.

A new feature has been the addition of the CurvesSmart program that allows members to work with a personalized conditioning program.

CurvesComplete.com is an online subscription program that’s the perfect nutritional complement to your Curves gym membership.

Curves provides a complete solution for women to reach their weight loss, fitness, and health goals, company officials said.

Curves is the largest fitness and health club franchise in the world dedicated to providing affordable, one-stop exercise and nutritional information for women.

Curves provides gyms for ladies in over 70 countries.

Flanagan said she is now offering free cardio classes and the company is now part of the Silver Sneakers program.

In that program, Medicare pays all costs for a senior to join.

Curves for Women in Russellville is open 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 3 to 7 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. The store closes at 6 p.m. on Wednesday and Friday.

For more information, call 256-331-4143.

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