All About the Biggest Loser
So what happens when you are ready to give up and you don't have Jillian Michaels and Bob Harper there to help motivate you like they do on the television show? If you have eaten something you probably shouldn't have or not worked out like you should have, take it easy on yourself and try not to give up. Just get back on track as soon as you can. It's normal to give yourself a little break.
You may also find it motivating to read through some of the former contestants' tips and inspirational stories. A number of Biggest Loser cookbooks and fitness DVDs are available that may help you stay in line with the program's weight loss regimen. There is also a Biggest Loser club where you can find online support, recipes, meal plans, and customized fitness information.
Remember that losing weight and getting in shape can provide many benefits. Some of these include improved self-esteem, more energy, and long-term health benefits, such as a reduced risk for high blood pressure and heart disease. Moreover, picking foods you enjoy and activities you have fun with can make losing weight more enjoyable until you become your own "biggest loser."