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The Biggest Loser season 1. Featured 12 contestants divided into two teams, the Red team and the Blue team. The Biggest Loser season 2.
Featured fourteen contestants divided into two teams based on gender. Season two introduced the change that weigh-ins would be won or lost based on the percentage of total weight lost, rather than on the number of pounds lost.
This change was made to create a more even playing field among contestants of varying weights. Matt was the eventual winner. The Biggest Loser season 3.
Involved the largest cast ever with 50 contestants initially beginning the show, each representing one US state. After the initial group weigh-in and exercise, 14 contestants were selected to stay on the ranch and the other 36 contestants participated by losing weight at home.
Later in the season, at-home players who lost the most weight were brought back to rejoin the cast on the ranch. The Biggest Loser season 4.
One of the contestants for this season was Amber Walker, a paramedic from Pasadena, Texas, who won a viewer vote among potential candidates on the April 23, , edition of NBC's Today ,  even though the other three choices Jez Luckett, Lezlye Donahue, and David Griffin were eventually chosen as contestants as well.
The winners were each twins: Jim, a contestant who had been voted off won the prize for the eliminated contestants. The Biggest Loser: Couples.
Alison Sweeney returned as host for her second season. Bob Harper and Jillian Michaels returned to train the contestants.
Ali Vincent lost the biggest percentage of weight and became the first female biggest loser of the US series, beating Roger and Kelly.
However, internationally, she is not the first female biggest loser; the first female biggest loser is Jodie Prenger from the UK's second season.
The Biggest Loser: Families. Alison Sweeney returned as host for her third season. She lost a total of pounds, or The Biggest Loser: Couples 2. It also included the oldest participants ever, at age 63 years.
It had also been declared by the group doctor to be the sickest group of contestants ever, with 45 different medications being taken by them.
Season 7 features a new team color the Silver Team in place of the Gray Team. With 22 people initially on the ranch, it also featured the largest number of on-ranch contestants ever on the show.
It was won by year-old Helen Phillips who lost pounds or The year started with a long overdue surgery, I was out of order for at least two months, but I would do it again.
As of the day, I didn't have any problem with my left shoulder, so everything worked as expected. And of course, I met some incredibly cool people.
This was cool with all of you guys at LaraconEU! Hopefully, I can attend next year again! I'm not as of July a fully backed "Software Developer".
As of July i officially develop on the Backend Team instead of only the integrations. The only place to point the finger is at the man in the mirror," he explained.
In , Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Series shared a video of Patrick House participating in their New Orleans, Louisiana marathon and confirmed that the Season 10 winner "continues to embrace an active lifestyle.
By the season finale, she had lost nearly half of her body weight and weighed pounds. Ward is one of the very few Biggest Losers who has managed to maintain their finale weight.
In June , she shared before and after photos of herself on Facebook : one from when she was 25 and one from at 41 years old.
America would soon be entranced by his fast and dramatic pound weight loss. When Today spoke with Rhode in , he revealed that he'd gained 50 pounds since the big finale, but also became the owner of a CrossFit gym in Mesa, Arizona.
He also told the site that his life is "action-packed and non-stop," but that he was still actively trying to make the healthiest choices possible when out and about.
In , he also revealed that he was working on writing a book about his experience on the show, but it never came to fruition.
In the years since his interview with Today , he hasn't spoken publicly about his weight, but Rhode does remain active on social media.
When Digital Spy asked Britt how he planned to keep the weight off after the show, he explained, saying, "All these things that I've learned have helped me to do that going forward here.
Even online, he keeps pretty quiet. For the first time since Season 11, a woman took home the win. Danni Allen started her weight loss journey at pounds and weighed by the finale.
The Season 14 winner revealed to Today that, by , she'd gained a little over ten pounds back. All the while, though, Allen became a managing partner of a yoga and fitness studio, a motivational speaker, and even ran her first marathon.
Despite her challenges, she continues to live a healthy lifestyle and strives to bring awareness to PCOS. Many viewers were concerned that she'd lost too much weight.
Name required. Email required. Comment required. Enlarge Image. Kai Hibbard weighed pounds before starting "The Biggest Loser" and dropped pounds during the show to end up at Getty Images 2.
More On: the biggest loser. On her first day, she was put through this regimen: Rowing Body-weight work Kettle bells Cool-down on treadmill Interval training Stairmaster Outside work with tires At one point, she collapsed.
AP Hibbard says she and other contestants sustained major physical damage. Share Selection. Now On Now on Page Six. Now On Now on Decider.
More Stories. The name is a play on the pounds Allen lost on the show. We can't help but wonder if the runner-up opened a pilates joint named One2Two.
Rachel Frederickson became the show's most controversial winner when she lost pounds, weighing in at only pounds by the end of Season During the big reveal, even the show's trainers couldn't seem to conceal their shock and discomfort for the cameras.
Many speculated that Frederickson's extreme weight loss factored into trainer Jillian Michael's subsequent departure from the show.
Frederickson insisted she dieted and exercised in a healthy manner. In an essay published via Today in , Frederickson addressed the backlash that followed her success on The Biggest Loser.
The trouble comes when you stop listening to your own. I am committed to trusting my decisions and standing strong behind them. I found strength in this struggle and I am listening to my own voice again!
Toma Dobrosavljevic, a project manager from Addison, Ill, weighed in at a svelte pounds at the Season 16 finale in Since the show, he's been traveling extensively making public appearances and using social media to help him stay motivated.
Twin brothers Roberto and Luis Hernandez made Biggest Loser history when they took home the show's top prizes in Roberto, a physical education teacher from Chicago, told Us Weekly that their experience was never about the money.
It's too soon to tell where the brothers post-show journey will lead them, but Roberto said they are committed to inspiring others by "keeping our promise to our kids, to America, GetOffTheCouchAmerica.
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