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Pound for Pound Challenge

Pound for Pound Challenge - As seen on The Biggest Loser Couples

The Biggest Loser Couples

NBC's The Biggest Loser, General Mills, Subway, 24 Hour Fitness and Feeding America are partnering on the Pound For Pound Challenge, a program that encourages residents in Oklahoma and people across the country to lose weight nationally to help provide hunger relief locally.

For every pound of weight you pledge to lose, the Pound For Pound Challenge will donate 14 cents to Feeding America – enough to deliver one pound of groceries to the Regional Food Bank. Join the challenge today at www.PFPChallenge.com, enter your weight loss goal and help fight hunger in Oklahoma!


Let our Challenge Champions inspire you!

The Biggest Loser Season 8 winner, Danny Cahill

Resident of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

Danny Cahill, Biggest Loser Season 8 winner

"My weight loss has changed my life in many ways; I no longer live in fear of dying. I can be a better father and husband, as well as friend. I was given a second chance by The Biggest Loser, so I find it important to give others a second chance by inspiring and motivating them to change their lives."

Scheduled Appearances
Tuesday, January 26
6:45 a.m. – NewsChannel 4 interview
7:45 a.m. – KAUT "Rise and Shine" interview
8:15 a.m. – Magic 104.1 KMGL "Magic Mornings" interview

To find more inspiration from Danny, visit http://thedannycahill.com.

The Biggest Loser Season 5 contestants, Neill & Amanda Harmer

Residents of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Neill and Amanda Harmer, Biggest Loser Season 5 contestants

"Our time on [The Biggest Loser] ranch was simply a stop on our journey and we will forever be grateful for that experience. But now it's time to shed the perception of meekness and fear that we were labeled with on the show and let all of Oklahoma know how we used that perception to change our lives and get fit for life."

Scheduled Appearances
Tuesday, January 12
6:45 a.m. – NewsChannel 4 interview
7:45 a.m. – KAUT "Rise and Shine" interview

For more information on how to get in shape at Neil & Amanda's bootcamp, visit http://neillandamanda.com.

Mayor Mick Cornett

Mayor of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Mick Cornett, Mayor of Oklahoma City

"Obesity is a nationwide problem but we are committed to doing better. We still have a lot of work to do. The statistics indicate we have over 300,000 obese people in the Oklahoma City area. So, there are a lot of people that could still go to the website and work on a healthier lifestyle."

Scheduled Appearances
Thursday, January 21
6:00 - 7 a.m. – Call in with NewsChannel 4

Visit http://thiscityisgoingonadiet.com for more information on Mayor Cornett's campaign for a healthier Oklahoma City

To join the Challenge, visit www.PFPChallenge.com, and enter your weight loss goal.

Tune in to the Biggest Loser every Tuesday night on NBC at 7pm to see where Oklahoma ranks on the number of people who have pledged to lose weight and feed the hungry. Participants can also see how our state ranks in participation on the interactive map of the United States on the Pound For Pound Challenge website. Last year, Pound for Pound Challenge participants raised $3,700 for the Regional Food Bank.

On www.PFPChallenge.com, dieters also can get helpful meal and weight loss tips. Sign up now!

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