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‘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)
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.
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.
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.
How much does eternal life cost? Are you willing to become The Biggest Loser for the Kingdom? Meet Dr. Paulette Thomas, At the Corner, Sunday, November 24, 2013 at 5:00pm CST as she discusses how you can lose weight and become The Kingdom's Biggest Loser! Dial 347-945-6159 or www.blogtalkradio.com/atthecorner. See you At the CORNER
Olympic gold medalist tennis player and “Biggest Loser” contestant ZINA GARRISON will be our guest to talk about being a contestant on “The Biggest Loser: Glory Days,” the new season of NBC’s hit series featuring all former athletes and premiering September 11 (8-10 p.m. ET). Zina is currently the tennis coach for top junior player Taylor Townsen.
Today (my birthday!) Margo from Nacho Mama's Blog will be sharing her reason for divorcing "The Biggest Loser" - and yes, it involves . I'll also be talking about why I think "Extreme Weight Loss" is a way better show than BL. If you think I should give the weight loss "game show" another chance, please tell me why!
ALSO...I'll be announcing the NEW PODCAST that I'm launching with Margo of Brooklyn Fit Chick (aka "other Margo") called "Book VS Movie". First episode will air right here on Blogtalk radio, August 1st. Listen at www.BlogtalkRadio.com/BookVSMovie and join us on Facebook at Facebook.com/BookVSMovie It's "Margo on Margo" action!!
Disclosure: All opinions, content, views and ideas expressed on Nacho Mama's Podcast are strictly my own and those of my guests and are presented for entertainment and informational purposes only. It is strongly advised that you consult professional guidance when considering anything discussed on Nacho Mama's Blog or Nacho Mama's Podcast. I am also not affiliated with Weight Watchers-just a regular, paying customer, folks. ALL PODCAST CONTENT Blogtalkradio.com/NachoMamasPodcast is © Nacho Mama and nachomamasblog.com, 2009-2014. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of podcast content without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited.
1. Liz on a podcast with Living Well with Crystal [5:21]
2. Texas Paleo Tour update [9:05]
3. Paleofx update [13:30]
4. Eat the Yolks egg-cerpt [14:09]
5. The Biggest Loser and a word about shaming [19:38]
6. Alternatives to “super foods” [25:54]
7. Recurring stomach issues after an illness [32:30]
8. Accolades to Liz, and question about sunscreen and makeup [45:05]
9. Alternative to bleach; help with no makeup confidence [48:58]
Today on the BeachLifestyle Radio Show, Hosts will interview The Biggest Loser contestant Mark Cornelison! Check it out!
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The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Biggest Loser Trainer Cara Castronuova. Neil will interview Cara to find out about her boxing career, The Biggest Loser experience, and her foundation.
A two-time Golden Gloves winner and certified trainer once ranked nationally by USA Boxing, Cara Castronuova is popularly known as one of the newest trainers on The Biggest Loser.
Castronuova was born and raised in Elmont, New York, with three younger brothers. She began boxing at the age of five in the family garage with her father, a former Marine. She also wrestled in high school and in college. She graduated from Hofstra University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications.
She began her boxing career as a youth boxing trainer. Soon, she started entering local bouts, winning her first fight in 2002 at the NY Empire State Games in Syracuse. She also was a volunteer for a government-funded program designed to teach troubled youth the virtues of boxing and keep them off the streets.
Later, while working as a personal fitness and boxing trainer at popular sports clubs in the New York City area, like Chelsea Piers and Gleason’s Boxing Gym, she used fighting and boxing to encourage clients to “find their warrior within.” While continuing to train clients, Castronuova kept boxing competitively, winning a pair of “Silver Gloves” in 2004, the second-place prize in the Golden Gloves competition. Determined to redeem herself, Castronuova came back one year later and won her first New York Golden Gloves championship at Madison Square Garden in 2005 in front of a televised, capacity crowd.