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Biggest Loser

Monday, February 10, 2014

Uhhh I really love season 15 of The biggest loser. The US-Version is so much more fun than our German version. However, some things really bother me. Like, how they just shove Subway Sandwiches down your throat. I mean, in my opinion Subway is the healthiest version of fast food an I enjoy a good sub now an then (especially during my break at work. it's the only healthy option, I figured out so far)
And it bothers me that they focus so much on the ~large~ weight loss numbers. For normal people it's hard to lose 1-2 pounds in a week and at the show people get so disappointed about losing "only" 4 pounds (while they're gaining a lot of muscle strength)
It also bothers me that nobody is talking to Rachel about her substituting food with exercise. Before, she used food to define her, now it's exercising like a maniac.
I wish they would talks more about nutrition without it being a big advertisement. But I think that's just a difference in our culture.

However, I loooooove watching them exercise. I get sooo motivated! Yesterday I finished level 1 of JM's 30 day shred. Today I'm starting level 2. I'm scared but also exited. I can feel the difference in my muscle. As soon as I'm finished with exam period, I'm also going to get more cardio in YAY
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  • ALI_P7
    I loved this season of TBL too! I agree, that they lose weight waaaaay too fast and will be interested to see how Rachel's weight stabilizes as time goes on.
    Good luck with level 2! I was nervous the first time I did the shred to move from level 1 to level 2. None of the levels are easy (you already know that about level 1) but you will be amazed at the results at the end and will feel so strong! emoticon emoticon
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    1534 days ago
    Great show
    1535 days ago
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