Wednesday, November 01, 2006

The Best New 'Biggest Loser' Weight Loss Tools

As a strong supporter of the hit NBC reality television show "The Biggest Loser," I am pleased to see its success spawning the creation of many new weight loss tools to help people lose weight, feel great, and get healthy!

After releasing their bestselling first book The Biggest Loser: The Weight Loss Program to Transform Your Body, Health, and Life late last year along with a bestselling companion workout DVD, many brand new products are now available in 2006 just in time for Christmas and New Year's resolutions to help YOU and those people you know who are overweight to become a "big loser," too! Take advantage of these as you continue on your journey towards better health!

Lose Big with Jillian Michaels

Here's a rundown of 5 of the best new products from "Biggest Loser":


Biggest Loser Diet Club – Sign Up Now

Be a part of the club, "The Biggest Loser" Club!

Join "The Biggest Loser" Club, featuring exclusive tips, recipes, encouragement and advice from people like Bob Harper, Matt, Suzy, and other people who have been successful at losing weight on "The Biggest Loser" diet plan. Joining the club means access to sample menu plans, exercise recommendations, accountability and support just like the contestants receive on the show. This really is the next best thing to being a contestant yourself on "The Biggest Loser!" Also, don't forget, for fans of Jillian Michaels, fitness trainer from Season One and Two as well as "The Biggest Loser" Australia, then you'll want to try her wildly popular fabulous weight loss program as well.

By the way, here's an updated photo of Matt and Suzy from Season Two:

Aren't they just a cute and darling couple? They look FANTASTIC!


Recipes, recipes, I want "The Biggest Loser" recipes!

When you have a successful diet plan, people are always interested in new recipes that complement it. That's why The Biggest Loser Cookbook: More Than 125 Healthy, Delicious Recipes Adapted from NBC's Hit Show was created. If you are a fan of recipes and of "The Biggest Loser" show, then you will want your own copy of this cookbook!


Get your heart pumping with MORE motivation from "Biggest Loser"

Releasing on December 19, 2006, The Biggest Loser: The Workout 2 DVD is set to provide an intense exercise routine in a short amount of time featuring "The Biggest Loser" trainers Bob Harper and Kim Lyons as well as six contestants from Seasons Two and Season Three. This DVD provides customized workouts for men and women at varying fitness levels. Like the first workout DVD, there's an inspiring segment about the journey the contestants went through to lose weight. Finally, you'll get to see a how-to segment on cooking a healthy meal.


Watching calories when grocery shopping or eating out made simple

Look up the nutritional content of any food or meal you purchase when going to a restaurant or to your favorite food store with The Biggest Loser Calorie Counter: The Quick and Easy Guide to Thousands of Foods from Grocery Stores and Popular Restaurants. This is a handy-dandy resource for people wanting to watch their calories, carbs, and MORE!


Motivational music inspired by "The Biggest Loser" to move you!

Studies have shown that music makes you burn more calories because it makes exercising fun. Thus was born The Biggest Loser Soundtrack. With music that inspired by and featured on "The Biggest Loser" television show, you'll hear popular singers like Josh Hoge, Jessica Simpson, Elvis Presley, and Martina McBride among others. Whole-lotta-shakin' songs to help you burn them calories!

I'll keep my eyes peeled for any other new "Biggest Loser" products to come out that may be helpful in your weight loss efforts. And, in case you missed it, be sure to check out my Biggest Loser links featuring my interview with Bob Harper, commentary about the show, before and after pictures of your favorite past contestants, and so much more about "The Biggest Loser."

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Blogger Jah Frog said...

Jimmy - I like the show too, but in checking out the info on the website I had some concerns about the nutritional reccommendations they gave to me in my "personal wieght loss profile". 1365 calories a day? hummm. I can see how I might lose quickly, including the loss from knawing on my own limbs out of hunger. Other than that, its nice to see they take a more ballanced approach to weight loss than other places that treat all calories the same - they question the value of all the sugar and empty carb laden "diet" foods.

11/02/2006 4:24 PM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

THANKS, Jah Frog! The societal predisposition about calories is a hard nut to crack, but at least "The Biggest Loser" is getting people to start thinking about weight loss seriously.

If we can get that mindset going, then we can educate on the importance of protein, the right kinds of fats, and the right kinds of carbs. It's all about education!

They are at least getting the ball rolling in the right direction. I appreciate your comments!

11/02/2006 4:46 PM  

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