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‘The Biggest Loser’ winner Rachel Frederickson admits to overdoing it

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The Biggest Loserwinner Rachel Frederickson shocked everyone, including the three trainers, when she stepped onto the stage to reveal her brand new body. She revealed that she decided to work out up to four times a day to win the show. She had dropped a shocking 155 pounds from when she started the show until her big reveal. She had gotten lots of criticism for her weight loss and now she is admitting that she might have overdone it. According to a new PEOPLE report published on Feb. 12, “The Biggest Loser” winner Rachel Frederickson now admits to overexercising to win the show.

"Maybe I was a little too enthusiastic in my training to get to the finale," she has told the magazine as part of her cover story. She admitted that she is “very, very healthy” and that she keeps working out and building up her body and muscles. And it sounds like the producers are still standing behind her weight loss. "Rachel passed all the required medical tests ensuring she was healthy," says the show's executive producer, Dave Broome.

Dolvett Quince may have trained Rachel on the show, but even he was shocked with th final result. "The first thing that went through my mind was, 'That's just too much,' " he has said.

What do you think of her new comments?


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