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AntiBiggestLoser.com; New Blog Takes Aim at Worldwide Reality TV Show, "The Biggest Loser"
Date:2/14/2010

Incensed by Comments That Jillian Michaels Made While Being Interviewed on the Joy Behar Show in January of 2010, Michelle Pearl is Now Using Her New Blog AntiBiggestLoser.com to Tear Apart the Dangerous Messages of the Television Show "The Biggest Loser" and its Bombastic, Outspoken Trainer

(PRWEB) February 14, 2010 -- Michelle Pearl, a self-described “physically imperfect, formerly morbidly obese couch potato”, an American Council on Exercise (A.C.E.®) certified group fitness instructor and owner of the online subscription exercise business Imperfect Fitness, has launched an all-out offensive against the reality television show The Biggest Loser and more specifically the show’s abrasive lead trainer, Jillian Michaels.

Incensed by comments that Michaels made while being interviewed on the Joy Behar Show on CNN’s HLN Network in January of 2010, Pearl is now using her new blog Anti Biggest Loser.com (www.antibiggestloser.com) to tear apart what she feels are the dangerous messages of the television show and its bombastic, outspoken trainer.

On the Behar show Michaels stated that she didn’t think that losing two pounds a week “was necessarily a healthy way to lose weight” and she went on to say that the 2 pound-a-week recommendation was a “myth” that the show, The Biggest Loser, had “debunked” since they had people “losing 10, 15, 20 pound a week”.

Pearl, who has lost over 100 pounds twice in her lifeti
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