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"Things are going to happen." And indeed, things have.
Two patients were hospitalized after collapsing during a one-mile (1.6 km) foot race for the season 8 premiere.
Depending on the season a team may work with a specific trainer or all trainers may work with all contestants.
The trainers are responsible (in conjunction with medical personnel retained by the show) for designing comprehensive workout and nutrition plans and teaching them to the contestants.
I'll be honest and admit that I have lots of reservations about weight-loss competitions, televised or otherwise.
And yet, I was impressed by Johnston's dramatic success.
Victoria was allowed to return to the ranch in Week 11 before being re-eliminated three weeks later.
Melissa was first eliminated in Week 6 when she fell below the redline.
The contestants competed to win a 0,000 prize, which was awarded to Michael Ventrella, the finalist with the highest percentage of weight lost. After six episodes, The Biggest Loser went on hiatus and returned after the 2010 Winter Olympics on March 2, 2010. The season premiered on NBC on January 5, 2010 and tallied its best premiere rating ever, powering NBC to the adults 18-49 ratings win for that night.This year's season 9 opened with another strenuous challenge in which contestants raced 26.2 miles (42 km) on stationary bikes.Show medical consultant and UCLA professor Rob Huizenga had to drag one protesting contestant off her bike when she was stricken with severe cramps.If you're a fan of NBC's "The Biggest Loser," you know Ashley Johnston lost more weight than any female contestant in the history of the reality weight-loss show.Even if you're no fan of reality TV, you have to admit that losing 183 pounds as Johnston did is nothing short of remarkable.
She returned with the other eliminated contestants to try win their way back onto the ranch.