"Biggest Loser" 4 finalist Isabeau Miller ready to kick butt
Now that the first woman has been crowned "The Biggest Loser" (only a few months after I asked in a blog post "Is It Possible A Woman Could EVER Win 'The Biggest Loser?'") after Ali Vincent took home the $250,000 grand prize last week, I know one person who is extremely excited about it--Season 4 "Biggest Loser" finalist Isabeau Miller who told me in my interview with her in January 2008 that the weight loss reality show isn't "a woman's game."
All that has changed now! And Isabeau is fired up to show people that you don't need to be on TV to change your life with her FitCamp coming up this summer. Isabeau is completely dedicated to helping people lose weight and get into shape like she did last year.
To that end, she teamed up with "Livin' La Vida Low-Carb" to conduct an essay contest for a chance to participate in the August Fitcamp with me. There were quite a few entries which Isabeau described as "too amazing," so she decided to provide scholarships to those who were not chosen as the grand prize winner.
Without further delay, the GRAND PRIZE winner is:
CONGRATULATIONS Michelle! You will be training with Isabeau for two weeks in August at her FitCamp in Nashville, Tennessee. I look forward to meeting you there and working out with you. Are you excited?! :D
Isabeau also awarded a full scholarship to another one of my readers who lives in the Nashville area. Since there will be no housing costs for her, Isabeau decided to allow her to be a part of the FitCamp experience at no charge as well. The local GRAND PRIZE winner is:
YEAH!!! Way to go, Shari! I can't wait to meet you, too.
Here are the other winners:
Gold scholarships--$1,500 off the rooming of their choice:
Silver scholarships--$750 off the rooming of their choice:
GREAT JOB everyone and CONGRATULATIONS!!! On behalf of Isabeau, let me say THANK YOU to everyone for sharing your truly remarkable stories. You all are deserving of a chance to change your life for the better and I am super-excited to meet you all in Nashville in four months from now. WOO HOO!!! I can't wait!!!