And we watched players ignore Soothsayer Bob at their own peril: If you play to win the game, you will ultimately lose.
Oracle Jillian's words came to ring true: Just do what you need to do, and let the rest will take care of itself.
The final four contestants then met for penultimate ninth-season weigh-in. and lost 23 more while at home for a total weight-loss percentage of 7.14%. Ashley was the third contestant to step on the scale. and lost 18 more while at home for a total weight-loss percentage of 7.79%. "I concentrated more on training for a marathon than I did on weight loss," explained Daris.
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This episode managed to encapsulates this season of "The Biggest Loser." This season has been like no other in that the core group of players formed and maintained a tight-knit, collegial group that served to inspire each other to greatness, rather than tear each other down in an effort to win the grand prize of 0,000 and the title of this season's "Biggest Loser." There were the roller-coaster highs and lows, as the game served up its owns twists and turns at the players.
Those last few pounds are among the hardest to lose.