Friday, December 14, 2007

Contact Your Favorite 'Biggest Loser' 4 Contestants Now Online

"The Biggest Loser"
is indeed changing lives for the better

It's no secret that I'm arguably one of the biggest fans of the hit NBC television reality series "The Biggest Loser". Since Season One aired in 2004 right smack dab in the middle of my own 180-pound low-carb weight loss success-in-the-making and watching those contestants give it their all to lose weight and get healthy, the positive impact that show has made on the lives of real people is undeniable. Sure, it's not a perfect plan, but it has worked a miracle in the lives of those contestants who have been fortunate enough to have the opportunity to work with Bob Harper, Jillian Michaels, and Kim Lyons over the past four years.

With the tremendous success of this Fall's Season 4 of "The Biggest Loser" (I previewed the contestants for you in this blog post back in September 2007) and the continuing writer's strike in Hollywood has prompted NBC to push up their next installment of the show beginning on January 1, 2008 where couples will once again be featured as teams fighting to shed the pounds and get their life back. I personally can't wait to watch even more lives get transformed and I'll be blogging about those contestants real soon before the show debuts. Stay tuned!

But first, with the big GRAND FINALE of "The Biggest Loser" 4 coming up on Tuesday, December 18, 2007 and all those amazing transformations we are gonna see, there will be a whole lot of people wanting to find out what their favorite contestants are up to now that the show has concluded. I've contacted quite a few of them after looking for a web site or some sort of online connection page for them. So far, I've only heard from one: Black Team member and Final Four contestant ISABEAU MILLER. Here's what she wrote to me:


I read your blog all the time!! Nice to put a face with a name. Thanks for taking the time to write, and support us and congratulations on your own journey. It's so inspiring and impressive what you've done!!

Anyway, I'm off to the gym! :) Talk to you soon!


That was very sweet of Isabeau (who has this promotional web site for her music career she hopes will take off now with her national television exposure) to write me back like that and I was surprised to hear she reads my blog. Small world now with the Internet, isn't it? :D I've asked for an interview with her although I'm sure her world is about to be turned upside down especially if she ends up winning the whole thing. We shall see.

Isabeau wasn't the only one I found online among "The Biggest Loser" 4 contestants. Here are a few more familiar names from this season and their presence on the World Wide Web:

The rest of the FINAL FOUR from the Black Team are:



BILL GERMANOKOS (who many believe will be the winner this season...can he continue the winning streak by men?)

And here's the rest of the Black Team:



The Blue Team members on the Internet include:


JERRY LISENBY (this "old man" looks pretty good!)

KAE WHANG (will she be the $100,000 at-home winner?)

NICOLE MICHALIK (I hope her teeth are okay now!)


No web site found for: PATTY GONZALEZ

And then there's the Red Team members:





No web site found for: AMY ZIMMER and AMBER WALKER

I'm sure each of these contestants would LOVE to hear from their fans, so let 'em hear from you! :D Remember, these are real people just like you and me who were blessed with a rare opportunity not only to be on national television, but also to work with some of the finest trainers and health experts in the world to radically alter the direction of their life.

I know from personal experience that going through something like this changes you. You feel a purpose and a mission to share with others the miracle that has happened to you. Season 2 contestant Pete Thomas said as much in my interview with him and I've seen it in my own life. You just want to help open the eyes of people and let them know it's not as hard to be healthy as you think. Allow these contestants to motivate and inspire you anew as you continue down your own journey to better health.

If you are aware of any web sites for the other contestants who I did not list ones for, then please feel free to share them with me at I can't wait for the next season of "The Biggest Loser" to begin! :)

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Blogger The Bunnell Farm said...

The Bunnell Farm theory of 'exercised off' weight loss vs 'not exercised off' weight loss and also the effects of all this 'exercise off' weight loss on our metabolism.

So you exercise hard and burn up calories.(calories in calories out) and you lose weight.

Two things are happening here. One, your eating habit's are geared toward 'exercise weight loss'. In other words what you eat and how much you eat are regulated by the amount of exercise you do. You can eat a piece of pie for instance and then exercise it off.

I believe that 'exercise weight loss' allows you to maintain your sugar and carbohydrate habit at a lesser degree than if you were not 'low carbing' and losing weight but not nearly what you would have to do without all of that exercise.

So you are still a carbohydrate addict and although you lose weight and feel better you must maintain this regimen for the rest of your life or you will get fat again or even if you are not fat, same thing.

Either way you lose, -- you are high on stimulants even if you don't know it.

You are on speed.

You feel great because you stopped overdosing on carbohydrates and sugar and all that exercise makes your breathe and feel better.

You won the battle.

...or did you.

You are a speed freak but you don't know it!

Jimmy Moore and Connie Bennett are perfect examples of this.(sorry Jimmy and Connie)

Artificial sweeteners and substitute sweeteners and caffeine play in here too.

These are all stimulants just like hybrid carbohydrates and sugar are stimulants.

Sugar and carbohydrates are speed and so are artificial sweeteners and caffeine.

So your eating wrong because of the exercise and your maintaining your speed addiction because of your habit.

Another big factor here is that although thousands upon thousands of people will be able to accomplish this method of weight loss and lifestyle change for the better, there are two problems here. One, everybody is 'high' on speed and there minds and bodies are effected profoundly although they don't know it.

The second problem is that the obesity epidemic and the 'speed' epidemic that our nation and our world and our school's face will not be cured by this 'exercised off' weight loss and it's accompanying 'maintained' speed habit.

It won't work for the masses and it won't work individually unless we want to be 'high' and not know it for the rest of our lives and unless we want to be 'high' and exercise for the rest of our lives.

We are really stupid creatures when it comes to this stuff.

(I'll take my Nobel Prize now)Thank You!

12/15/2007 7:58 AM  
Blogger Pete said...

FYI - Neil is a shoe in for the 100k. He should lose more than anyone in the history of the show. And Jim should be a close second.

12/15/2007 5:54 PM  

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