Biggest Loser Nip Tuck
Biggest Loser Weight Loss Resulted in Excess, Sagging Skin
After Chopin left the NBC program, he visited a plastic surgeon because he had enough excess, sagging skin to cover two people.
The Biggest Loser Camp
You may remember the 37-year-old Chopin losing 124 pounds at the NBC Biggest Loser camp and later working off another 90 for a total loss of 214 pounds. That broke the show’s weight loss record, bagged Chopin a top prize of $250,000 and started him on a career as a motivational speaker.
Biggest Loser Saved Him From Gastric Bypass Surgery
“Before I was chosen for a spot on NBC’s Biggest Loser, I was almost on the table for gastric bypass surgery,” he says. “At the last moment, I learned that NBC was casting for very overweight people who wanted to lose weight before a national television audience. So I flew to California to stand in a line five blocks long for an interview.”
Biggest Loser Weight Loss Camp
After being accepted and signing onto the Biggest Loser weight loss camp, Chopin learned he was a type II diabetic with high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Now doubly motivated, he carefully consumed a 2000 calorie diet and worked out four hours daily, running, swimming and working on treadmills at the NBC training camp. After the evening meal, Chopin exercised for another hour and worked in some weight lifting.
Weight Loss of One Pound Daily
Results? After four months at the Biggest Loser camp, his waist slimmed from 54 to 34 inches and his weight dropped from 407 to 283. After Biggest Loser, he continued working out at his Long Island home to drop the last 90 pounds and returned to California for the body shaping procedure.
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