Saturday, June 23, 2012

Win a Week at The Biggest Loser Resorts

Are you overweight? Frustrated by an endless diet cycle? Ready to take control of your health? Just like contestants on NBC’s The Biggest Loser, you CAN have a life changing experience-- at The Biggest Loser Resorts.

The Biggest Loser Resorts cater to REAL people seeking REAL weight loss results. A team of certified trainers, nutritionists, life coaches, and world-class chefs have one goal, to help you lose weight. Are you ready to experience a week of great fitness, delicious spa cuisine, enlightening education and wonderful camaraderie? Bring a friend to any of the three Biggest Loser Resorts (Malibu, Utah or Niagara) for a week between July 29th and September 16th and your friend comes at 50% off the standard weekly rate (or combine it and you both come at 25% off!).

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Terms and conditions: Available for double occupancy only in Utah and Niagara. Single or Double Occupancy in Malibu. This offer cannot be combined with any other offers. If booking multiple weeks, this offer applies only to the first week. Transportation, taxes, spa treatments, private training, and amenities not included. Scheduling is subject to availability. Reservations must be made by July 31, 2012, and stays must occur in the timeframe referenced above. The Biggest Loser Resort reserves the right to end this offer any time.


anonymous said...

It seems like the older I get, the more I pay attention to how much weight I've gained. I've also started to question my level of attractiveness. I think this has a lot to do with the fact that I was thin and never had to work out growing up and now that has changed. I think society also plays a role in this because they are constantly telling women what beauty "should" look like. Being an African American, the message I've received from the African American community is it's okay to have curves and hips, as long as you keep a thin waist. Anything outside of this "coke bottle" frame is not desired.

A.T. said...

Weight begin to be an issue for me when I went into menopause. I gain a lot of weight and it took about 7 years to lose it. Once I lost the weight I also lost my butt. I could never get the flat stomach back and everytime I look at TV or see the young girls showing off their flat bellies, it made me more self conscience of not having one.
The media sad to say does play a role in how you see yourself. It's tough realizing that you're more than what you look like on the outside. A. T.