Posted by: 4pack | January 20, 2009

“Ideal Weight” Update: “Biggest Loser” Eric Chopin Proves That Short-Term Motivation To Achieve Weight Loss Will Fail The Test Of Time Without Controlled Calorie Diet

THE WEIGHT LOSS IS IMPRESSIVE BUT WITHOUT DEDICATION PERFECTED BY ROUTINE AND PRACTICE, THE WEIGHT ALWAYS COMES BACK…THE BODY MUST BE “TRAINED” AND THE FOOD THAT YOU EAT MUST BE COMPATIBLE WITH YOUR LIFESTYLE AND WORK SCHEDULE …HIGH PROFILE DIETERS ARE GOOD BECAUSE IT’S EASY TO FOLLOW…. 

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“…Eric believes he is addicted to food, eats to relieve psychic pain and that that is what caused his 122 pound weight gain. He has decided to return to a healthier lifestyle and wants to eat better and begin a workout regime again…”

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1401573/biggest_loser_eric_chopin_gains_back.html?singlepage=true&cat=5

 

the winner of Biggest Loser in season 3 of the series. Biggest Loser is a reality show in which overweight individuals work with trainers to shed pounds and the person who loses the largest percentage of body weight wins.Eric Chopin weighed 407 pounds

his first day on the show.

high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes. He worked hard on this show and with the help of a trainer lost 214 pound making him the season winner.

After leaving the show in December of 2006 he slowly began to gain the weight back. He avoided the press for a time due to shame but recently decided to come on the Oprah show as she talked of her own struggles with weight gain and weight loss. Eric believes he is addicted to food, eats to relieve psychic pain and that that is what caused his 122 pound weight gain. He has decided to return to a healthier lifestyle and wants to eat better and begin a workout regime again. Only time will tell if Eric is able to overcome his addiction and shed the pounds for good.

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Responses

  1. Weight loss should be done gradually. Crash diets may work the first couple of weeks, but they fail in a couple of months; you’d be better off altering your photos if you decide to go on a crash diet.

  2. Great info you have here. Very useful. thanks.

  3. Nice article. Thanks for putting this up.

  4. Great article posted, thanks. It shows that competitive weight loss always needs a strong team to support you after you’ve accomplished your goals.


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