The 'Biggest Loser' Winners: Where Are They Now?
Anybody who is a fan of "The Biggest Loser" has asked themselves the question, where are the winners now? The real question about this winning losers is- are they able to keep the weight off once they've left the confines of Jillian Michaels and Bob Harper. Well, let's get a look at what their weight is these days.
"The Biggest Loser" season one's winner was Ryan Benson and he checked in weighing 330 pounds, he finished at 208. Unfortunately it'sRyan has gained all but thirty pounds back, placing him back at 300 pounds. He is very disappointed and feels he has let so many viewers down.
"The Biggest Loser" winner from season two was Matt Hoover. He started the show off weight 339 pounds and lost 155 pounds placing his weight at 182 when he left the show. He has gained some back, now weighing 237 pounds, but he feels great and participates in Iron Man Challenges. He married co-contestant Susan Hoover and has two children with her.
Erik Choppin from "The Biggest Loser" season three has also gained all but 47 pounds back. He won by losing 52 percent of his body weight, going from 407 pounds down to 193. Bob Harper showed up at Erik's home and challenged him to come to season nine's weigh in after losing weight again.
"The Biggest Loser" season four winner Bill Germanakos started weighing 334 pounds and finished at 170. Bill is up to 207 pounds, yet a picture of success and a health ambassador.
Ali Vincent is the first woman to win "The Biggest Loser." In season five she went from 234 to 122 pounds, and still maintains it at 125 pounds. She just published her first book to tell her story and motivate others.
"The Biggest Loser" season six winner Michelle Aguilar went from 242 pounds to 132 and by all her photographs she still looks to be on top of her game and slim.
Season seven was won by Helen Phillips. She came to the show weighing 257 and won the show weighing 117 pounds. She now weighs a slim 135 and looks great.