Place A Bet On Your Weight-Loss Goal, And You May Win Twice
Here's how his wager worked: He put down about $ 60 a month, aiming to lose close to 100 pounds. If he achieved his goal, he'd double his money. And if he failed to meet his weight-loss goal, he'd lose his money. (Over a yearlong wager, he'd put in $ 720.).
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TV Trainer Gains 60 Pounds to Help Contestant Lose Weight
Peterson actually gained 60 pounds so that he could understand how it felt for the contestant, 389-pound Ray Stewart, to shed the weight on the A&E show Fit To Fat To Fit. To gain the weight, Peterson ate everything in sight. “It was 6,300 calories a …
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