Weight Loss Tips From First Female Biggest Loser Winner Ali Vincent

On today’s show Dr Fitness and the Fat Guy had on Ali Vincent in the studio with us (with her mom Bette-Sue). Ali was a former synchronized swimmer and hair stylist who tipped the scales at 234 pounds. After weeks of battling her bulge on the show she whittled herself down to a svelte 122 pounds. That’s right – she lost almost half of her body weight during the show. That amazing weight loss success story helped her become the first female winner of the Biggest Loser TV show. On our show she shared some hilarious behind the scenes stories as well as some of her favorite weight loss tips. Her best weight loss tip from our show was that being on the Biggest Loser TV show helped her look at losing weight as a long term challenge – something that she would have to work on everyday rather than something that she could just do once and forget about it. Since winning the Biggest Loser she has kept the weight off and is healthier than ever. In her first book Believe It. How The Biggest Loser Won Me Back My Life she shares details about her inspirational story and offer health and weight loss tips to other who are struggling to lose weight and make major life changes. Ali was in town promoting Famous Footwear’s Mind Body Sole tour. And to learn more about Ali and her old  book, her upcoming book as well as where she is now please go to her website www.alivincent.com or follow her on Twitter @alivincent

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