Moses Kinikini's Biggest Loser 11 Journey
Moses knew he had to make a change when his obesity caused him so much pain in his legs that it hurt him to stand up and sit down. Once athletic, the importance of food in his Tongan culture lead to major weight gain, and he reached obesity by his early 30s. He started his Biggest Loser journey weighing 440 pounds, and says his weight was once as high as 475 pounds.
After doing well in the first challenge, Moses and his daughter Kaylee chose to work out with the new trainers and gain four weeks of immunity. Moses says he hopes to play volleyball competitively once he is fit again. He 41 pounds in his first week of training, a record for anyone on the show.