[This post contains details from The Biggest Loser episode that aired Sept. 11]
After Rachel Frederickson’s controversial victory last season, the producers are giving themselves a second chance with The Biggest Loser: Glory Days. All 20 contestants this year are former athletes, which theoretically should mean their minds and bodies are better suited for the intense regime expected of this competition. These former champions already know what it… Continue reading ‘The Biggest Loser’ premiere: Former athletes fight for a return to their glory days
Rachel Frederickson stirred a lot of controversy when she debuted her skinny new body at The Biggest Loser finale, but the winner has since gained 20 pounds and feels she’s now at her perfect weight.
When she started the weight-loss competition, Frederickson, 24, was 260 pounds and dropped a staggering 155 pounds landing her 5’4″ body at a frail 105 pounds.
Now at 125 pounds, The Biggest Loser winner feels she’s finally… Continue reading ‘Biggest Loser’ Winner Rachel Frederickson Gains 20 Pounds, Says She’s At Her Perfect Weight Now
Danni Allen is the Season 14 winner of The Biggest Loser and she looks NOTHING like she did just a few months ago when she embarked on her amazing weight loss journey.
Seeing her on stage with the confetti falling around her after narrowly clinching the $ 250,000 top prize with her 121lb weight loss, she showed all of us that hard work and dedication really can pay off.
Season 14 of “The Biggest Loser” kicks off with host Alison Sweeney introducing the “three people who will change everything”: children.
Lindsay, Sunny, and Bingo will participate in this season’s “Challenge America” to tackle childhood obesity. “I’m here to change the way I live and the way my family lives,” says Bingo. “I’m here to change America.”
The eighth grader describes his struggles to keep up… Continue reading 'The Biggest Loser' recap: Jillian Michaels is back, kids join in, and there's vomit everywhere