Ali Vincent was the “one to watch” on Season 5 of TV’s popular reality show, The Biggest Loser. She won the competition while viewers watched her amazing transformation from overweight and discouraged to fit and inspiring. As a nationally and internationally ranked synchronized swimmer, Ali never thought she would have a weight problem. She was a competitive athlete! Ali readily admits that when she gave up swimming, she never replaced that activity with anything else. Gradually, by adding five pounds at a time, after thirteen years Ali tipped the scales at 234 pounds. With determination, a positive outlook, and a commitment to her goals, even when she was voted off the show, Ali Vincent lost 112 pounds and became the first female Biggest Loser. Ali joins me on the podcast this week to share her experience and philosophy that you can also read about in her book “Believe it. Be it.”
Check out our Cyber Weight Loss Club and you’ll see Ali’s before and after weight loss photos! Share your story and photos and we’ll enter you in a drawing at the end of January to win a copy of Ali’s book Believe It, Be It.
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