Many people know Nicole Curtis from her work on HGTV’s Rehab Addict, and if you watch the show, it’s easy to see how she has gone from a part-time realtor and mother of three to a powerhouse in the home design industry. What you may not know about Curtis is that she is also a bodybuilder and personal trainer. “It’s just another way to challenge the body and mind,” she says of her fitness routine. “It’s a different way to get people healthy.” In fact, she’s so into it that she recently launched her own line of workout DVDs.
Nicole Curtis shares a video about her strength and flexibility.
HGTV Rehab Addict star Nicole Curtis showed off her strength and flexibility in a video posted on Instagram.
The designer wrote: When it rains in #la, I get a little crazy. There may or may not be marks on the wall ☺️ btw- a year later, same lousy weather ♀️ I found something else to occupy my time.
Performing a handstand, even with the support of a wall, requires significant upper body strength, not to mention the fact that you have to put your shirt on while performing a handstand.
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This performance impressed many of Curtis’ followers.
A commentator replied: Every time I watch this video, I am amazed at you again!
Curtis gives her followers an insight into her day-to-day via social media, and it’s easy to see that she has become an inspiration to many.
Another added: Talent comes in many forms. I could never do that, let alone put on a shirt. ❤️
And someone else wrote: Such a strong… This is not an easy step.
Curtis must be strong to take such a step, but the strength she shows in her message did not come overnight. The HGTV star is a proven runner.
Nicole Curtis’ passion for running helps her stay in shape
Curtis told Runners World that his journey into running began several years ago with the support of his friends.
The task was difficult at first, but she didn’t give up. A lot of people lose faith right away, Curtis said, but I kept going.
For Curtis, this activity was a break from the stress of travel and home renovations:
I kept track of my mileage and time, but after an obsession for a few years, I stopped. I don’t take time off from work, so running is my way of doing something good for myself. Whether I’m at home or traveling, I like to run around the neighborhood. The hardest part is not stopping and looking around. I see the window frame and say: I have to do it again! Old houses can be stressful. Running brings me back to my starting point, which is to immerse myself in these houses and their history.
Running isn’t just a part of Curtis’ fitness, it’s a way of life: Every runner should know that moment when they allow themselves to run until they can’t anymore. That’s how I live my life. For me, there is no finish line.
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Rehab Addict Rescue is Curtis’ return to television after a two-year hiatus. The eight-part series will air in early 2021.
Curtis took to social media to announce her new show: AN OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT THAT 1. I wear this shirt often and 2. 28. JANUARY You can see us again !!!! When restorers of historic homes need a hero… who do they call? Nicole Curtis to the rescue!
Fans were thrilled with the announcement,
One person said: Yay!!! I miss Rehab Addict so much! Helped me in my recovery from covida pneumonia!!!
It’s certainly a statement that people can relate to. In our 40s, some of us were looking for shows to watch. We even saw HGTV star Jonathan Scott, Curtis’ colleague, ask on his social media for suggestions to watch.
Another Curtis follower responded: I’m so glad you’re back. I love the realism of your show. Are you coming to my house?
HGTV has not yet announced the series’ renewal, but according to IMBD, viewers have enjoyed it. The series received a rating of 7.8 out of 10 stars. Considering that Rehab Addict has already become a fan favorite and aired from 2010 to 2018, it could be a good sign that the series will be renewed for a second season.
We’ll have to wait and see.
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