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Biggest Loser Fancast

Biggest Loser Fancast

By Dave Jackson
The biggest loser is back on TV. If you watch the show, or just want to talk weight loss this show is for you.
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February 4, 2020
The Biggest Loser is BACK
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January 29, 2020
Erica Lugo's Impressive Story
Erica Lugo was a BIG GIRL. Trainer Erica Lugo lost 160 pounds from 2013 to 2015 and she’ll be sharing her personal experience keeping it off for five years with The Biggest Loser contestants. She went from 322 to 150 lbs. You can find her at on instagram.  In this episode, we hear a clip from Bob and Erica on the Kelly Clarkson show. Here is Erica's website. Here is a Video showing her weight loss. SUPPORT THE SHOW This show takes time and a lot of effort. If you'd like to keep the lights on CLICK HERE to support the show with any amount.  Get involved with the show click here to leave a voicemail message and be on the show
January 14, 2020
Past Winners Where are They Now?
The Biggest Loser went off the air in 2016. That same year, The New York Times published findings by the journal Obesity, which kept track of 14 contestants before and after a season of the show. The study found that just one of the fourteen weighed less than when they had started the show. All the others had gained the weight – and more- back.  A year after the show’s ending and the published study, executive producer JD Roth created and produced The Big Fat Truth on Z Living network. The show featured Biggest Loser former contestants who had regained and sought to help these men and women understand the behaviors and patterns that had led them to fail at weight loss.  Per the official logline, the new Biggest Loser will “feature a dynamic new team of experts determined to dramatically improve America’s lifespans and waistlines.” Men and women will compete not only to lose weight, but to improve their overall wellbeing; to that end, each episode’s experts will include a trainer, chef and life coach, who will “help guide the contestants as they embark on the biggest transformations of their lives.”  We’re re-imagining The Biggest Loser for today’s audiences, providing a new holistic, 360-degree look at wellness, while retaining the franchise’s competition format and legendary jaw-dropping moments,” said Chris McCumber, USA Network’s president of entertainment. “USA’s recent reboot of Temptation Island brought both new and younger viewers to the network, and we’re excited to add another big, buzzy show to our growing unscripted lineup.”  HISTORY The Biggest Loser originally ran for 17 seasons on NBC and wrapped its initial run in February 2016. Trainers included Bob Harper, Dolvett Quince, Jennifer Widerstrom and Jillian Michaels (who became known for her intense, often-harsh motivational techniques). Ultimately, the highest percentage of weight lost will still determine the winner, as in seasons past In looking at the past winners, 47% have kept off the weight, 12% gained it back, 41% have gained some of it back, and 6% are unknown.  SUPPORT THE SHOW - Click Here to Tip Your Host and Keep the Episodes Coming BOOK FROM THE PRODUCER OF THE BIGGEST LOSER The Big Fat Truth: The Behind-the-Scenes Secret to Weight Loss
January 10, 2020
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January 7, 2020