Last Chance workout. Let’s go. Move it, Mike. Hold it up hold it up. Hold it right there.
Last chance, let’s go. The first weigh-in is coming and honestly I’m terrified. As bad as do you
want to win you know your sister or brother could have the chance of going
home. The idea that someone’s gonna go home this week puts a pit in all of our
stomachs. Knowing that the harder I work the more chance that there is that Buddy
could go home is something I actually struggle with a lot. To be honest it
tears me up inside. There you go, strong Ben. That’s it strong father
right in front of me, ten nine eight. Seeing Megan on the other side of the
gym in a different colored shirt is a little strange. But I cannot focus on her,
I’ve got to focus on myself. She’s a big girl now. Go for it cuz I’m going for it.
Last-chance workout. Five four three two…crawl. Go go go go go go.
Hold it right there, bring those arms up. Good Joe. Push Gayle it’s not a hat, lift it up. Good. Bob doesn’t like to lose. He’s
already made it clear that he hasn’t lost in quite a while.
He does not expect us to lose. Come on I don’t want to see one tear. Oh no no. Good
let’s go. Last chance Ben, look at you. You couldn’t
do that first workout now look at what you’re doing, look what you’ve done in
one week. Can you imagine what its gonna be like
in one month? And look what’s my name? Bob. Right. What’s your name? Ben. And where are
you? Biggest Loser. Exactly. Huge difference. Fifty jump ropes let’s
go. Good Ben good. Fight everyday Ben, fight.
Let’s go last chance Ben look at you. How’s the knee? It feels like swollen. All
right we got to take it easy on the knee then okay? A couple of days ago I
started feeling something strange in my knee, some kind of sensation where it felt
swollen. Today it kind of became more of an issue. It’s feeling worse and worse?
It doesn’t feel like it’t better. Dolvett just pulled me
off and put me out something that wasn’t so stressful.
You got three sets of 100. Okay. Are you an athlete? Yes. I’m a former
professional wrestler. Are you kidding me? No. I was at 128 pounds. I had like a 10 percent
body fat. I’ve really never felt better physically
in my life than when I was like you know in that kind of shape. Why are you
getting upset? Because it meant everything to me, and
I’m fighter, and one of the reasons that I gained a lot of the weight is I lost
that. My career was taken away from me. I was in a match on live TV.
The girl put me in a suplex and my back snapped. My back broke and my tailbone
broke. And I got up and I finished the match. Wait a second. You broke your back but you got up anyway and finished the match? Yep.
She threw me across the ring, I hit the ropes, I picked her up, I slammed her, I covered her,
I rolled out of the ring, and I walked to the back, before I collapsed on the floor
in the locker room. Where’d you find that energy? Where’d you find that resilience? I
just told you. I don’t like to lose. It wasn’t an option for me. Oh I’m a love
training you and getting you back in shape. I’mma love training with you.