Chris Hemsworth certainly looks the part of a man who’s been stranded at sea; at least 30 pounds lighter than his Thor physique. The shabby clothes hang off him like a kid playing dress up with his parents’ clothes. Don’t get me wrong: behind the beard, the dirt and the sackcloths, Chris Hemsworth is still a pretty handsome dude (it’s almost not fair). I was able to speak with Hemsworth for a few moments about what it was like to build up all that muscle, lose it again, and then have to build it all back up.
Every year, the new year starts off with resolutions to lose weight. Well, this year The Bert Show had a few members battle it out in the weight loss challenge. The winner was announced and now it's time for the loser to pay up!
Ruben Studdard first gained fame as 'The Velvet Teddy Bear,' the 2003 winner of 'American Idol.' But despite his gentle demeanor and soulful voice, Studdard was battling a weight problem that had him weighing 462 pounds and recently coping with a Type 2 diabetes diagnosis when he joined 'The Biggest Loser' in its 14th season.
We have all seen those annoying late night commercials advertising ridiculous fitness products catering to a fat and lazy population looking to get into shape with minimal effort.
Well, turns out there might actually be something to all this minimal effort business.