Lubbock's Biggest Loser is announced this week - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/19/09

Lubbock's Biggest Loser is announced this week

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The Falls Athletic Club in Lubbock wrapped up its six week "Biggest Loser" club program this week with well over 400 pounds lost. KCBD winners were Lindy Swetnam and her partner Kelly Phelan who both earned a one year membership to the falls athletic club. Sisters Traci and Nicole Nicholas won a six week membership to the falls.

Traci Nicholas says, "It was a great experience.  I wouldn't want to be here with anyone, but her.  It was great. Im glad she got me here. "

For more information about The Falls Athletic Club in Lubbock  CLICK HERE.   NewsChannel 11 wants to thank The Falls for partnering with KCBD for a local version of the biggest loser.

The Falls Biggest Loser Club
Check out how the contestants in the Falls Biggest Loser Club are doing with weekly video updates! Get fitness and nutrition tips from the Falls trainers inside for your own weightloss journey!

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