The Biggest Loser

What does it take to be the biggest loser?

The Biggest Loser

My latest guilty pleasure is to watch the US version of the tv smash ‘The Biggest Loser’

When I first started watching the show after a client of mine recommended I should, I got really frustrated and irrate due to the hard line trainers and the glamourisation of the weight loss.

However after watching an amazing feat of 31 pounds lost in week one, followed by a loss of 10 pounds the next week to a loss of 1-2 pounds of steady weight loss by week 4, I had faith again, weight loss is really easy!

How you ask? Being the biggest loser or just being a slightly smaller loser on the weight loss scale is down to a permanent and long lasting change acheived the same way …  exercising to create a calorie deficit and eating fresh and whole foods that have not been added to, or changed in any way through processing and cooking methods.

However cheesy these programmes may be the outcome is the same, education and rehabilitation really of people who don’t or can’t understand weight loss to a en product of changing the way people exercise and live!

It is important to remember that the drastic weight loss experienced by the contestants on these reality shows are amazing, yet they are acheived from extreme circumstances in controlled environments that optimise success.

Never the less, you can do it too. Whether you have 10 pounds to lose or 100 pounds the principles are the same … enjoy your exercise, make the commitment to change your lifestyle and diet to a more active and healthy one and stick with a programme that will not give your success overnight but will change your life forever and make you feel your old self again!

So why wait another second, get inspired researching recipes and types of exercise, or if you know what you want don’t start on Monday, start NOW!

P.S. Move more, eat fresh and start shifting that pre christmas weight!

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October 13, 2009. Uncategorized.

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