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With more than four million members worldwide, most would think the Curves women’s fitness franchise has nothing to prove. But the company is going above and beyond and looking for participants in the Bensonhurst area to be a part of the Curves/Avon Fitness Study to ensure that everyone knows the power of the Curves workout program.

For $30, participants will be asked to complete 12 workouts over a 30-day period with a minimum of three workouts per week.

In addition, participants will receive a start and finish fitness evaluation, 30 days free on www.curvescomplete.com, an online diet and fitness solution, and supervised training from a Curves trainer.

“With so many fitness membership choices, it’s imperative that we demonstrate how serious we are about weight loss and an active lifestyle. This study allows us to further differentiate ourselves from the competitors,” said Michelle Rosenthal, LMSW, owner of Curves of Bensonhurst.

“And Avon, a company that is so compassionate about women, is the perfect partner for this initiative. We encourage Bensonhurst residents to be a part of this study.

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