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Why hydraulic circuit training is the new fitness craze

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Discover the amazing advantages of hydraulic fitness training at Curves Kitchener.

Curves 30-minute workout helps create muscle, raise your metabolism, burn fat and tone your body safely, with less risk of sore muscles or injury.

The hydraulic circuit training at Curves is specifically designed to prevent injuries that can occur when working out with free weights.

The beauty of hydraulics is that the systems work well for any fitness or age level, making it a great way for beginners to start getting in shape.

You can work at your own level and the harder you work, the more resistance you'll encounter, leading to even better results.

You don’t have to stop or change the weights — simply get on the machine and work away at your own pace. The hydraulic machines conform to each person's fitness level so you don't hurt yourself. As well, the Curves Kitchener coaches are always close by to advise you on how to use the machine correctly and offer tips for maximizing your workout.

Curves Kitchener has a wide range of hydraulic machines to help all of your major muscle groups get a great workout, including the chest, back, abdomen, legs and arms. Most of the machines offer the advantage of working two muscle groups at once. The abs/back machine helps strengthen your core from your abs to your lower back for improved balance and posture.

In addition to the 30-minute circuit training, Curves Kitchener also offers fitness classes and meal planning programs to help you eat healthier and lose weight. Ask about their corporate wellness program.

For more information or to book a free, no obligation consultation, call 519-584-2109. Curves is located at 501 Krug Street, Unit 123 in Kitchener, Ontario.

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