Friday, October 20th, 2017

Jillian Michaels Casting New Weight Loss Show

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JMP_DETROIT_OPEN_CALLFROM THE PRODUCERS OF OPRAH AND BIGGEST LOSER..

LOSING IT …WITH JILLIAN MICHAELS

This time…there are no more excuses!

Families, this is your chance to have America’s top health and wellness expert, Jillian Michaels move in, kick butt and change you and your loved ones’ lives!

Since this is the same production company that casts for The Biggest Loser, including some of the same casting directors, I would highly recommend that you follow the casting tips that I have posted here:

IMPORTANT NOTE: They are looking for DADS who have at least 75LBS to LOSE and MOMS who have at least 50LBS to LOSE.

She is ready to teach your family how to exercise, eat right and be healthy in every facet of our life.   Have you or members of your family packed on the pounds? Have you let yourself go? Do you have terrible eating habits and a destructive lifestyle?
If you feel helpless, frustrated, powerless or disappointed, it’s time to step up and take your life back!

Now get off the couch and tell us why you and your family are ready to start losing it with Jillian!

If you are a family with teenagers and are ready to make a change please come to one of our open calls!

DECEMBER 8TH 2009 or DECEMBER 9TH 2009
3PM TO 8PM
GARDNER WHITE FURNITURE
45300 Hayes Road
Macomb, MI  48313

I will be on-site to encourage you at the the Detroit Casting Call.

or if you would like to NOMINATE a family, please submit the following:

Residing city and state

Brief bios of each family member including ages, weight, goal weight

2 family photos

A picture of your home

Contact info including phone number

Why this family needs Jillian’s help

Email your info asap
to:

jodicasting@gmail.com

Our local Newspaper ran a story on the Casting Call today:

‘Loser’ trainer looks for families for her new show

Kimberly Hayes Taylor / Detroit News Health Writer
Imagine how much weight you would shed if Jillian Michaels, the tough-as-nails fitness trainer and wellness expert on NBC’s “Biggest Loser,” lived in your house for a week. She’d not only tell you when and what to eat, she’d whip your body into shape as well.

It’s not such a far-fetched notion. Michaels will star in a new eight-episode NBC television show for 2010, “Losing It With Jillian,” when she invades the home of a different family every week to give them her own brand of tough love, and fitness and nutrition transformation. The show is looking for Michigan families to star on it, and a casting call is being held Dec. 8 and 9 at Gardner-White Furniture in Macomb Township.

“When your health is out of balance, everything else suffers — finances, relationships, work and family dynamics,” Michaels says in a release. “I’m moving in with families across the country, getting down and dirty and rooting out bad habits in every corner of their lives that are preventing them from health and happiness. Get ready America, because I’m heading out and you never know, I might just end up on your doorstep, so watch out.”

Helen Phillips is the Season 7 winner from Sterling Heights who reduced from 257 pounds to 117 during the course of the show. She says Michaels will prove to be a blessing for any family, even if she remains with them only for a day or two.

“She would be able to restructure the whole family,” says Phillips, who ended up working out with Michaels after losing a challenge on the show and is now traveling the country helping others to become big losers. “She will get to the emotional part of the overeating as well, and bring them closer together as a family unit.”

Michaels will continue to work with “Biggest Loser” contestants too.

Ann Arbor’s Pete Thomas, the At Home Season 2 winner who took away a $100,000 prize after losing the most weight after being eliminated from the show, also will never forget the lessons Michaels taught him. He shed 85 pounds on the show in seven weeks, and then went home and lost another 102 pounds with Michaels’ instructions. In nine months, he shed a total of 185 pounds — and has kept it off.

Thomas says he admires Michaels because she once weighed 180 pounds as a teen. As a result, she developed a gift of getting to the core of what drives a person to abuse food and helps them overcome that.

“We had a food addiction, and food addiction had a root. That’s what Jillian helped to deal with,” says Thomas, who now coaches and trains people on fitness on wellness and offers free weight-loss tips on his Web site, www.winningman.com.

“It really is going to be a gift from God to have her come into someone’s home.”

ktaylor@detnews.com (313) 222-2058

Talk to you soon and remember,

There’s A Winner Within You!!

Comments

2 Responses to “Jillian Michaels Casting New Weight Loss Show”
  1. Danielle says:

    what about Newlyweds who are so overweight and desperatley want children. We are both over 150lbs overweight. Awesome personalities. My husband is hillarious! We are always at each other to lose weight!

  2. Losing weight is only part of the goal–keeping it off is the challenge and I doubt that Jillian will be there day after day to keep anyone in shape much less thin. The truth is that emotional eating has been identified as the largest reason why people can’t lose weight and the largest reason why 95% of them gain it back. Even those who write about emotional eating miss the mark–they usually give advice to do things like go for a walk, take a deep breadth, eat celery, exercise, and at best suggest focusing on the stress that causes the emotion. The reality is that the real stress is the resultant emotion from the stress. Focus on that emotion, feel it, embrace it and it disappears and so does emotional eating.