Jeremy Britt talks about his commitment to weight loss - he treats it like a job, which could be a wise idea for all of us. He also talks with The Biggest Loser Club about his decision to stay at the ranch during the contestant walkout.
It was a week of highs and lows for Chris. She got to meet First Lady Michelle Obama, but she also got a call from home which prompted her to resort to an old pattern - eating for comfort. Chris talks to The Biggest Loser Club about what she's learned from it all.
She's back on the farm - ridin' and romancin'! Seventy pounds lighter, after Megan went home in Week 13, she started barrel racing again on her horse Indy, and got engaged to her boyfriend Michael! "I love my life," she told The Biggest Loser Club. "I never want to go back to the way I was before the ranch."
Kim Stone was actually happy to get back home after her elimination! On the verge of her goal weight, she shared her weight-loss insights with The Biggest Loser Club.
She sings; she lifts weights, and now she loves to box! Emily Joy is living up to her last name back home as she continues on her weight-loss journey - 90 pounds so far!
Cassandra arrived at The Biggest Loser ranch after years of "believing the worst in myself. I didn't even know where to begin with loving myself." But she did. And it's made all the difference to her health and her life. Listen to her interview with The Biggest Loser Club.
In an emotional elimination, Chism refused his dad Mark's offer to go home in his place. "I think it was just me saying I'm not a little kid anymore," he told The Biggest Loser Club. "I can't have my parents take care of everything for me; I can't go running to them; I have to own this."
For this single mom of three, being on The Biggest Loser was never about the grand prize, it was about getting her health back and making a good home for her kids. Daphne told The Biggest Loser Club that she's beginning a new chapter in her life.
He had a rocky two weeks on the ranch, but if there's one thing Adrian knows how to do, it's lose weight at home. Adrian tells The Biggest Loser Club what he's learned and what keeps him going strong on his weight loss journey.
With a family of nine waiting back home, it's no wonder that Ben was willing to take the fall, asking to be eliminated in Week 1 on the ranch. Now that he's back home, he feels he's already won. "My kids are already asking me about calories and what foods are healthy to eat," he told The Biggest Loser Club. "That's a blessing to me."
Gail learned a lot about her body and its limitations on The Biggest Loser ranch. But that hasn't stopped her from adapting, so she can get in the workouts she needs to lose weight. In Gail's new, healthy world, there are no excuses.
It took her a few days once she was back home to get over the shock of being eliminated. "But once I got my feet on the ground," she told The Biggest Loser Club, "I kept running. And I haven't stopped since."
"It's quite a process," Mike told The Biggest Loser Club, "transforming yourself from someone who felt incapable of doing anything, to someone who's climbing mountains." We talked to Mike about overcoming obstacles, leaving old hurts behind and becoming the man and father he wants to be.
This 64-year-old granny has definitely gotten her groove back. After feeling she'd lost herself, her personality, from being inactive and overweight for the past eight years, Nancy told The Biggest Loser Club that she's come roaring back in good health!
This volunteer Santa told The Biggest Loser Club he plans on keeping the beard but replacing his roly-poly belly with one that's more Dolvett-esque. Listen to Roy talk about how his weight loss is continuing at home.