He now specializes in Cross Fit games, competing and training people.
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A pair of studies by a National Institutes of Health researcher shows that almost all contestants on “The Biggest Loser” weight-loss reality show have gained weight since returning home from their stint on the show.“That’s absolutely true,” said Sonya Jones of Springfield, who finished second from among 20 contestants on Season 16 of the show, which concluded on Jan. Jones said the most recent study by researcher Kevin Hall tracked all 14 contestants from Season 8.
Of those, 13 have gained weight since the show ended and four actually weigh more now than they did when the show started.“To say that almost all “The Biggest Loser” contestants have gained weight since the finale is 100 percent accurate,” Jones said.
She had high blood pressure, sleep apnea, high cholesterol, diverticulosis, joint discomfort, arthritis in the lower back and was pre-diabetic, she said.“Now everything is in perfect order,” she said.