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Biggest Loser Week 12 2-Minute Recap

The contestant's final week on campus is an emotional one.

It's down to the final four, and Heba, Ed, Vicky and Michelle take a walk down Biggest Loser's memory lane. They reconnect with the weight they've lost, and Alison has a special package from home. The biggest twists both happen during the weigh-in, someone gains a couple of pounds and Alison lets America choose the third finalist.

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1/4 of lean solid cut muscle and run 50 miles per week (have done 21 times 10 miles or more in the last seven mtonhs [one marathon and two half marathons, one 15 miler, one 11.6 and the rest 10s). Life is discipline and perfecting the body is part of it. If your body is not perfect, you need more discipline to do so. It is that simple. The TBL instructors I have seen are out-of-shape not impressed they are all fat. Americans should be ashamed of themselves and get onto the track and get it done. Otherw

1/4 of lean solid cut muscle and run 50 miles per week (have done 21 times 10 miles or more in the last seven mtonhs [one marathon and two half marathons, one 15 miler, one 11.6 and the rest 10s). Life is discipline and perfecting the body is part of it. If your body is not perfect, you need more discipline to do so. It is that simple. The TBL instructors I have seen are out-of-shape not impressed they are all fat. Americans should be ashamed of themselves and get onto the track and get it done. Otherwise the Arabs (I lived in the middle east the Arabs are in shape and great fighters they do not eat crap like fast food America) are going to do what the Romans did to the Greeks in history slaughter them.

posted Jul 13th, 2012 7:16 am



   
 

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