The Biggest Winner weight-loss program at the Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center may be coming to an end, but the contestants’ journey is far from over. Once team workouts end and contestants are on their own, how do they maintain what they’ve achieved?
The Biggest Winner contestants at the Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center are pushing toward the homestretch during the last few weeks of the weight-loss competition. They’ve been working out with their respective teams regularly and have seen results as they work their way to achieving their…
They’ve been working out together four days a week for several weeks and have made big changes in their diets. At the midway point of this year’s Biggest Winner weight loss program at the Washington Health System Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center, members of the Observer-Reporter reader tea…
Exercise alone is not enough to achieve weight loss and fitness goals. The competitors in the Biggest Winner competition now underway at the Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center are learning that food plays a big role in helping them sustain the energy needed to power through the intense worko…
As the Biggest Winner fitness and weight-loss competition nears its final weeks, the contestants are seeing results in the mirror and on the scale. But what happens when the numbers stop moving? Overcoming the dreaded “fitness plateau” is one of the most frustrating parts of a weight loss pr…
The Observer-Reporter Biggest Winner team is seeing results at the midway point of the seven-week competition at the Cameron Wellness Center.
There’s nothing wrong with pushing your limits, but failing to give the body rest days can be a recipe for fatigue, burnout and injuries.
Members of the Observer-Reporter reader team gets ready to compete for the title of Biggest Winner at the Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center.
It’s been only a few weeks since the Biggest Winner competition began, but the six members of the Observer-Reporter team already are seeing and feeling progress.
The Observer-Reporter Biggest Winner team started their fitness and weight-loss journey with plenty of help and support from the trainers and staff at the Washington Health System Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center. Six members competing as couples make up this year’s team.
The seventh annual Biggest Winner competition kicks off this week with 15 teams competing for the title. This year’s competition sees the most teams ever competing in the annual weight-loss and fitness contest, and the Observer-Reporter is proud to again field a team.
Exercise physiologist and personal trainer Kortlyn Carr graduated from Waynesburg University with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science and is a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. While a student at Waynesburg, she pla…
It’s early. Really early. Committing to the sixth annual Biggest Winner competition means showing up four days a week for seven weeks at 6:30 a.m. for team workouts. Chances are pretty good that the Observer-Reporter Biggest Winner team members will pass Paul Setto while walking or jogging o…
Are you willing to wake up before dawn, head to the gym and have a personal trainer and your teammates push you to your exercise limit?
The sixth annual Biggest Winner contest is in full swing, and the six-member Observer-Reporter team along with the other participants are being coached on exercise and mindset. But burning calories and building muscle is only half the battle when it comes to shedding pounds and keeping them …
The sixth annual Biggest Winner contest being held at the Washington Health System Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center is about to enter its second week. This year’s competition includes 10 teams, including a team of Observer-Reporter readers, and is the most intensive weight-loss program yet…
Near the end of their intense, hour-long workout, members of the Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center's Biggest Winner team sat on mats in the gymnasium, arms linked. Their task, assigned by trainer Kristy Boyle: complete 20 group sit-ups.
The first day the Observer-Reporter’s Biggest Winner team walked into the Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center at 6 a.m. for an intense workout, they couldn’t have imagined that leaving for the last time would bring tears to their eyes.