The Arkansas Democrat Gazette reviews one of the newest workout DVDs in The Biggest Loser video series, Weight Loss Yoga. The article discusses the DVD and how trainer Bob Harper helps new and seasoned exercisers alike lose weight through yoga.
Workforce.com speaks with former season four contestant Bill Germanakos about being obese, getting on The Biggest Loser and becoming healthy.
According to the Chicago Tribune (via the Associated Press), season seven contestant Ron Morelli’s political career could be at stake by his participation in The Biggest Loser.
To read the full story, go here.
Reality Wanted has a great inerview with season seven contestants Jerry and Estella (grandparents). They talk about getting on the show as 63-year olds and having to choose which one of them would stay on the ranch that first week.
Season three contestant Erik Chopin lost 214 pounds on The Biggest Loser to go on to win the title of Biggest Loser. He has now gained about about half the weight he lost. Erik says he fell into a depression and stopped exercising. This week, he appeared on Oprah, Access Hollywood and Larry King Live! to share what he has been through. He says he is now ready to get himself under control and be healthy and fit again.
This Sunday, January 18th the mother and daughter duo will be speaking about their Biggest Loser experience at St. Martins Lutheran Church in Birch Run, Michigan. Amy will also be singing a song. Service times are 8:00am and 10:45am.
St. Martins Lutheran Church 10995 Canada Rd. Birch Run, MI 48415