May 20, 2008,
A.R. asks from Stillwater, NY on January 30, 2008
Price of Curves Workout
I am inquiring if any one knows the pricing of the Curves work out classes. I have an 11 month old baby Boy and i am still breastfeeding him so I know that I can not diet and That I actually have to eat more. But I still have 8 lbs of baby weight on me and am looking to take it off!!! I called curves and they said that I need to take a tour. I have it scheduled for tomarrow but I do not want to be shocked if the price is much higher than I want to spend. So if any one knows please respond!
So What Happened?™
I SIGNED UP AND MY FIRST WORK OUT WILL BE TODAY! The initail fee is usually $149 but because I have blue cross insurance it was only $49. I chose the automatic withdrawal so my fee each month is $34. I went this way because with the auto withdrawal I can have a visiting pass to go to other curves. Which I will use often. Depending on which way I go home from work there is one on the way! Thank you for all your help!
D.O. answers from Rochester on January 31, 2008
You should try Jazzercise. Go to jazzercise.com and find out more about it, including prices. Or call 1-800-FIT-IS-IT. I've been hooked on Jazzercise since 1990. Give it a try
L.B. answers from New York on January 31, 2008
I don't know about Curves, but there's an awesome program called Stroller Strides where you work out WITH your baby. The kids love it and it's a great work out. I know they have classes all over the country. The prices are very reasonable $15/class and even less if you buy a 10 pass or other package.
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M.N. answers from New York on February 01, 2008
I believe its 39 per month, unless you let them take it directly out of your checking acct.
M.G. answers from New York on January 31, 2008
I saw others replied with the prices but just and additioanl FYI, most Curves do not have babysitting
J.O. answers from New York on January 31, 2008
I pay $49/month. Every Curves is individually owned so the prices will be different. If you keep up with it, it really works, I love it so I don't mind paying.
O.B. answers from New York on May 20, 2008
I was just reading your post and i thought i would share with you a program that a friend of mine tried out after she had her baby. I don't know exactly how much it was but i do know that it showed amazing results. She live far from me so i don't get to see her that much but when we finally met up for a ladies weekend i didnt realize who she was. She told me to go to this site called www.healthyweightafter40.com She said dont let the name of the site discourage me they take any age range. If you decide to check it out let me know how everything works for you. I wish you the best!!!!
A.J. answers from New York on January 31, 2008
Hi there - I used to go to curves when my kids were real little...it helped get rid of those extra pounds. I think the cost of membership may vary from state to state, but here in NJ it was about $40.00 per month, and you had to sign up for 1 year. Good luck!
J.L. answers from New York on January 31, 2008
It also depends on where you live. For the one year membership in Rockland (I go to the Stony Point Curves), I pay $39.95. But my mom's friend who lives in Orange County pays $29.95. The Curves near my job in Manhattan is $59.95...
T.W. answers from Buffalo on January 30, 2008
Hi! It's 29.95 per month, only if you sign a 1 year contract. Otherwise, its 39.95 per month. And I think its awesome you are still nursing! Not many Mom's make it through the first year, so I am very proud of you! What a joy he must be and how fulfilled and proud you must feel having made it this far! Keep it up Momma!