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Exercise with the Biggest Loser Workouts
We have a large interest in the TV show The Biggest Loser, and of course watch very intently the actual Biggest Loser Workouts that the contestants perform on the show, as well as their diet plan, the camaraderie between the contestants, and the psychological environment that the contestants are placed in by the trainers on the show. All in all, we feel that the show does a good job of illuminating the key points to what it takes to be successful in weight loss.
The Biggest Loser Workouts are the most obvious thing to the viewers of the show. They appear to be brutal, and as personal trainers we can tell you that a lot of them really are! Cardio endurance training and gut busting cardio intervals; resistance training that includes weight lifting, military style calisthenics, and sports performance moves; and finally all kinds of just plain hard stuff that only a trainer like Jillian would smile at: hard runs through the sand, moving tires the size of a truck, hill climbing. These last kind of workouts combine a lot of strength and power requirements with very difficult cardiovascular intensity.
Some info from the show on the MSNbc.com network site suggests that the contestants work out up to 4 to 6 hours daily, maybe more when they have challenges to meet. Amazing! My fellow LIVE Owner Bryan and I have talked about this frequently, and we ask each other, how do these people recover from these workouts and keep going? They do far more work than we would ever give a client in person, because recovery from workouts and avoiding injuries would be a huge concern at this level.