Biggest Loser Winner 2010
The Biggest Loser winner is…
Patrick House, standing at 6 feet 2 inches, 28-year-old sales representative from Vicksburg, MS started NBC’s The Biggest Loser weighing in at around 400 pounds. Patrick House gained his weight while in college; he was an offensive lineman for the Delta State University’s football team. House consumed large amounts of food daily in order to keep the weight up for football, but after he was injured and unable to play football anymore, House still continued to eat as if he was still a lineman.
Being a husband and father to sons Colton, 4, and Caden, 2, who of course are active kids, Patrick House wanted to be able to play with his sons and teach them sports, but how can he do that when weighing 400 pounds only drained him, leaving him unable to be active.
Six months of hard work on NBC’s The Biggest Loser, Patrick House is proud to say he’s accomplished his goal of having a ‘longer life with his family’. His before and after pictures are amazing!
On the show Patrick House stated that Mississippi was called the most obese state and he wanted to prove that his state “has fighters and people who make a difference.”
Winner of Season 10 The Biggest Loser with a loss of 181 pounds in six months, Patrick House is now the proud winner $250,000. Many of us wonder what will happen now that the show is over. Will Patrick House spend his winnings gaining the weight back, or will he stick to his goal?
We would like to congratulate Patrick House on being the Biggest Loser Winner and wish him a healthy long life with his family!
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