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  • Circuit Coach

    Curves Nigeria Jobs in Nigeria
    Curves Nigeria Limited is a facility specially designed for women featuring a complete 30 minute workout and weight management program that is fun, fast and safe.  At Curves, we offer a 30minute full body workout that helps our members reach their goals quickly&nbs[...]
    Date Posted: 27 Jun 2018

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  • Female Fitness Instructor

    Curves Nigeria Jobs in Nigeria
    The very 1st Curves in Nigeria was opened in Lagos in July 2015 and more Curves will open throughout Nigeria in the coming months. Curves is about fitness, health, and moving away from disease. Curves is about gaining strength and losing weight. Curves is about reaching[...]
    Date Posted: 14 Feb 2018
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  • The history of the Curves brand, and how the very first Curves in Africa was launched is an inspiring story of motivation and success.

    Founders Gary and Diane Heavin, committed veterans of the fitness and advertising industries, are considered the innovators of the express fitness phenomenon that has made exercise available to more than 4 million women worldwide. They share a passion for and commitment to women's health and fitness. The Heavins opened the first Curves in 1992 in Harlingen, Texas. Their innovative, 30-minute fitness concept combined strength training and sustained cardiovascular activity through safe and effective hydraulic resistance. The club was an overnight success, as it gave women a supportive and comfortable atmosphere in which to work out. In fact, the company's unofficial motto became "no makeup, no men, and no mirrors".

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