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My name is David Brown, Season 15 contestant on the NBC show The Biggest Loser, and it will be my honor to be blogging for TVGuide.com each and every week of the season. The objective for me here will be the same as it was on the ranch, to be as open and authentic to the process as possible, and to share my thoughts and fears and triumphs in hopes they impact others seeking to positively change something in their own lives. I will say right up front, it will be the hardest thing you will do, but I promise you this, it will be worth it.
Starting weight: 328 pounds
End of Week 9: 250 pounds
Total loss: 78 pounds
Previous Weight: 261 LBS
Weight Loss: 11 LBS
Current Weight: 250 LBS
After losing my best friend Francelina at the weigh-in, all I wanted to do was crawl into my bed and lick my wounds. But of course, the beautiful and dramatic Alison Sweeney informs us that our night is just beginning. One more person will be leaving the ranch. That's right! This week is about facing your fears and one person is about to take on the fear of leaving the ranch. They will be taken to an off-campus location and have to spend the week away from the trainers, the gym, and the other contestants. The person who leaves the ranch will be determined by a pop challenge.
Starting weight: 328 pounds
End of Week 4: 288 pounds
Total loss: 40 pounds
Week 4, Ho!
Red team is definitely feeling the pressure. We have just eliminated Cate and all we want to do is eat dinner and get some rest.
But it wouldn't be a week on the Biggest Loser ranch if there weren't a wrench tossed into our plan. Alison Sweeney and the trainers (Bob Harper, Jillian Michaels and Dolvett Quince) walk into the kitchen and tell us that three more people will be leaving the ranch. Automatically, our first thought is "NO! We can't eliminate three more people tonight!"
Starting Weight: 326 End of week 2: 302
Hi everyone, I am so excited to be blogging for TVGuide.com each week and hope you will all follow me on my weight loss journey.
What brought me to The Biggest Loser was simple: my need for weight loss and my desire to be healthy. I saw the commercial on my local TV station for the casting and thought I had way too much going on in my life to audition. But then I thought about it again and realized if I don't make the time now I never will. I thought this would be an opportunity for me to inspire the youth group I volunteer for (Ogden OUTreach Resource Center); I wanted the kids I work with to see me take the first step to a healthier life and hopefully inspire them to do the same.