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Toma Dobrosavljevic, a 33-year-old senior project manager from Addison, IL, became ‘The Biggest Loser’ winner and won $250,000 last week,during the live season 16 finale on NBC. Toma started the show at 336 pounds and lost 171 pounds, weighing in at 165 pounds after losing 50.89% of his body weight. “The Biggest Loser: Glory Days” featured 20 former athletes, including former NFL players, Olympic gold medalists and athletes who were standouts in high school and college.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Scott Mitchell.
Scott Mitchell was a standout athlete growing up, excelling in football and setting the course for his impressive career in the NFL. He was born in Salt Lake City and grew up in Springville, Utah with three older sisters. After attending the University of Utah, Mitchell played 12 seasons in the NFL for the Miami Dolphins, Detroit Lions, Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens. He was drafted in the fourth round by the Dolphins and backed up Pittsburgh-born Hall of Famer Dan Marino. In 2010, Mitchell was inducted into the University of Utah Hall of Fame.
Mitchell's biggest motivation for going on the show THE BIGGEST LOSER was seeing his dad die of obesity-related causes early this year, causing personal concerns that he could be headed down the same path if he did not choose to change his lifestyle. At 46 years old and 366 pounds, Mitchell has sleep apnea and high blood pressure. Weight has been an issue for Scott since he was about 35, mainly due to a busy life and poor diet. As a devoted and loving father, and with five kids ranging in age from 11 to 21, he wants to be sure he will be there for his family, a decision which made him ready to embrace a healthy lifestyle. When he loses the weight, Mitchell says he wants to look amazing in clothes and be physically active.
Today on the BeachLifestyle Radio Show, Host Neil Haley The Total Tutor interviews not ONE, but TWO Finalists of the the "Biggest Loser" Season 13-Mark Cornelison, and Buddy Shuh!
BUDDY SHUH was born on an Army base in Landstuhl, Germany and raised in Michigan, Ohio and Florida with his four siblings. In high school, Buddy was captain of both his football and wrestling teams and was voted "most athletic" his senior year. While attending Ohio State University, he played football for a while, and he later received a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Eastern Michigan University. When Buddy stopped playing sports, he stopped exercising, and that, coupled with a poor diet, led to his weight gain.
MARK CORNELISON wanted to go on The Biggest Loser because he's ready to make the life changes necessary to get healthy and hopes to give his "smokin' hot wife a smokin' hot husband!" He was born in San Angelo, Texas and raised in Abilene with his older sister, who has Down syndrome. He received a marketing degree from the University of North Texas, and he says a poor diet and lack of exercise led him to start gaining weight in high school. Now 43 years old and 291 pounds, Mark suffers from high blood pressure, high cholesterol and acid reflux.
‘TODAY’ SHOW’S LIFESTYLE AND FITNESS CORRESPONDENTJENNA WOLFE VISITS AS GUEST TRAINER, AND THE FINAL THREE CONTESTANTS ARE REVEALED on tonight's edition of The Biggest Loser. It’s the last week on the ranch for the final four contestants, and time to celebrate just how far they’ve come on their weight loss journeys. The Biggest Loser airs (Airing January 22 at 8 p.m. ET on NBC)
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Tonight is the night when the winner of the Biggest Loser will be selected .Jennifer Widerstrom is a top fitness expert committed to helping people live their best lives through health and fitness. Formerly a star of the NBC series “American Gladiators,” she is the lead female trainer for InterContinental Hotel Group’s new “Even” wellness line and has been a life coach forMSN.com and a fitness expert for Fitbie.com. She is also a women’s health expert who has been featured on “Access Hollywood Live” and in 3V’s 30 Second Fitness Shorts.
Sharon McRill, Owner of The Betty Brigade, will be talking with Pete Thomas from The Biggest Loser about sticking to your fitness goals.
In November 2005, Pete Thomas walked away from the finale of NBC’s The Biggest Loser a winner - and a loser. He won $100,000 for losing the most weight of all the contestants that season. What he lostwas 185 pounds in only nine short months – most of which he lost at home after being “voted off” by the other contestants.
At his largest, Thomas tipped the scales at over 416lbs. As a child, Pete never learned about nutrition and exercise due to his transient lifestyle – a result of his mother’s serious mental illness. As a young child, he was left alone or with his younger sister— forced to find food wherever he could. Both Pete and his sister were put into foster care.
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THE BIGGEST LOSER : GLORY DAYS Airing Thursday, November 13 at 8 p.m. ET
CHEF ROCCO DISPIRITO GUEST STARS – Week 10 on the ranch comes with a big surprise, when the original red, white and blue teams are disbanded, and contestants have to form all new teams decided by chance.
I am not referencing the television program wherein the winner is the one that lost the most weight. However, there was a big loser as a result of the incident in Ferguson, MO that I believe needs attention. Further, there is a lesson to be learned here that is not receiving the attention that it deserves. Please join me and call with your worldview now also toll-free 888-773-4496. Look forward to hearing from you.
Where there is New England Patriots success, there always seems to be scandal. First was Spygate after 3 Super Bowl wins last decade, Now, we have Deflategate following their 4th Super Bowl and first in 11 years. Tom Brady and his previously indomitable reputation are now as deflated as one of his footballs. But, is he the biggest loser in this? Is it the Patriots? Is it somebody else? The Core Show will reveal that along with discussing the trend in the 2015 NBA Playoffs of fun-to-watch teams struggling against grind-it-out teams during what has been a very stimulating second round of playoff matchups in the Western Conference and Eastern Conference along with the Hack-A-Whoever strategy that is destroying the beauty of the game. We will hold court for Diehard Lakers Central and Diehard Dodgers Corner with our special panel plus much, much more. We are loaded with content to blow YOU away!!!
WOW!! We are joined today by Pete Thomas, Pilot Flying J's Health Champion and the at home winner of the 2nd season of The Biggest Loser, losing 185 lbs in nine months after being eliminated from the show. Now it is 10 years later and counting and Pete has not only kept off the weight he is on a mission to help others do the sdame. Pete is a licensed personal trainer and professional motivational speaker. Pete is Pilot Flyting J's Health Champion working to Coach Professional Drivers in their journey to living a healthier lifestyle.
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Ever wonder why the television show, "The Biggest Loser" never has a reunion show? It's also no secret that The Biggest Loser contestants engage in harsh methods to lose the weight, and UNFORTUNATELY, the majority of the participants on the show gain all the weight back once the show is over. In this show Robert Ferguson, CEO of Diet Free Life explains why these people gain the weight back. After listening to this show, you'll walk away thinking, "Shame on them. (PHOTO: Suzanne Mendonca says she suffered stress fractures and starved herself while she was on "The Biggest Loser.")
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