Fit and fabulous

THE Curve challenges you to achieve fitness and become as lean, muscular, strong and attractive as your favourite superhero. It doesn’t take super powers to achieve these, but perhaps a 10-day health and beauty campaign can help spur a fitness regime to look and feel great.

From April 7 to 16, the Curve collaborates with Fitness First in its “Hero Mode, On!” campaign. The undertaking sees a revamped area of the mall transformed to resemble a superhero’s secret lair, complete with futuristic training areas, plus five life-sized superhero displays to inspire fitness enthusiasts to work out.

During the campaign period, interested parties can partake in a series of energising activities where they can unleash their inner warrior spirit and try out some martial arts-inspired moves in Body Combat, cardiovascular sequences during Bodystep, or maneuvers to sweat it out in Zumba, Sh’bam or Bodyjam.

Those looking to attain wellness and beauty through inner peace can try their hand (and feet and mind) at Bodybalance, a combination of yoga, tai chi and pilates.

For the die-hard fitness buff, take on the Hardcore Challenge, that comes as a 45-minute high intensity interval training (HIIT) workout to determine your fitness level.

There will also be a range of workshops and personnel from the fitness industry to answer your health and beauty-related queries and concerns. All workouts and workshops will take place on the weekend with the help of experienced trainers and consultants.

During the Curve’s Health and Beauty Hero Mode, On! campaign, spend a minimum of RM300 across a maximum of two receipts to receive a complimentary 45-minute massage worth RM95. Recipients have a choice of various massages to choose from, subject to terms and conditions and while stocks lasts.

Throughout the campaign, shoppers can enjoy a wide range of promotions, offers and deals from vendors like Fitness First, STRIP: Ministry of Waxing, dorra, Shizens and Columbia Asia Hospital, among others. For more information, visit the Curve website or its Facebook page.