He also noticed that chasing after his two- and three-year-old children left him out of breath, not a good sign for someone who was supposed to help motivate others to get into shape.
When the local Biggest Loser Challenge began, Chris’ wife Katie urged him to sign up.
“It was time,” he said. “I needed something to motivate me, and I’m very competitive. When I start something, I like to finish it.”
When he and Katie began the challenge, Chris weighed 214 pounds. He set his goal at 190 and went to work on a 5K training program, spending 30 minutes, three times a week on the treadmill. The bigger change, though, came with his eating habits.
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