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Weight Watchers Online vs Biggest Loser Club Online
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Posted 31 March 2009 - 09:14 PM
NEED to do something to loose some weight.
Have decided an online type of group/system would work for me.
I have done WW in the past, and I really like the WW system.
I'm just not sure though what WW online is like, and how that compares to the Biggest Loser Club online.
Would love to hear from anyone who has done either one, or even both! What do you like about it, what don't you like about it?
Posted 05 April 2009 - 08:54 PM
My dh did the biggest loser one when I was preg with ds2. He lost a good 10kg.
We have now both signed up 2 weeks ago to do weight watchers online.
We both love it.
Personally we prefer the WW as its not a set menu- i think by learning to make your own food choices it must be better in the long run. The BL one was a set menu for 3 months. Most meals were yum but some were blergh. We found the shopping bill for the BL very high too.
Posted 06 April 2009 - 09:12 AM
I've done the WW online program but didn't really stick to it. I found the website pretty easy to use, most of the time.
I didn't renew my membership with them though.
I've just joined the BL and so far I'm really enjoying it. It seems to fit in with my lifestyle very well plus I'm hooked on the show with helps
Good Luck with what ever program you choose
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