Posted 5 years ago

I am Jack’s over-inflated seasonal gut

Christmas is always a great excuse to cram our pudgy little faces with chocolate, biscuits, sweets, cake and booze.

Unfortunately, this leaves a guilty layer of lard on our bodies which can be used to make soap in clever films.

So we’ve started the new year with a brand new challenge, and it’s to get our employees as fit as a fiddle!

If you’re not familiar with the programme “The Biggest Loser”, we’re basically ripping this off and tailoring it to suit our needs…

I am Jack’s inquisitive mind – Where, When, How?

We have a weekly production meeting where we’ll all be weighed (or submit our weight via dated photo) on Monday mornings.

Everyone should wear the same clothes to the meeting each week in order to not add lbs to their weight and hopefully have consistent readings.

Weight loss will be measured as a percentage against our initial weight. Why percentage? Because the heavier you are, the easier you lose lbs doing the same exercises as a slimmer person… it’s just fairer.

Initial Weight = 200 lbs
Total lbs lost = 10 lbs 
Total % lost = 5% ... ( (10lbs/200lbs)*100 )

We’ll be giving away a prize for the “Monthly Biggest Loser” and the “Annual Biggest Loser” to keep ourselves motivated (and we’ll try not to make it a chocolate bar).

The 8 Rules of Fat Club

  1. Talk about “Fat Club”
  3. If someone fails to weigh in, 2lbs are added to their weight
  4. Everyone weighs in
  5. One person on the scales at a time
  6. No jumpers, no shoes
  7. The scales take as long as they take
  8. If you gain weight (3lbs or more) 3 times, you’re disqualified

Project Weigh-hem

You’ll only get that title if you’ve seen Fight Club 😉

0 (13/01)199lbs205lbs212lbs156lbs198lbs
1 (20/01)198lbs203lbs209lbs156lbs200lbs
2 (27/01)198lbs203lbs208lbs156lbs198lbs
3 (03/02)197lbs202lbs205lbs157lbs198lbs
4 (11/02)195lbs201lbs204lbs156lbs200lbs
5 (17/02)196lbs202lbsoff sick156lbs198lbs
6 (23/02)197lbs203lbs203lbs156lbs197lbs
7 (02/03)193lbs202lbs204lbs157lbs198lbs
8 (09/03)193lbs200lbs202lbsoff sick200lbs
9 (16/03)194lbs202lbs202lbs157lbs202lbs
10 (24/03)193lbs202lbs202lbs157lbs202lbs
11 (30/03)194lbs202lbs199lbs156lbsoff sick
12 (06/04)off sick203lbs199lbs157lbs203lbs
13 (14/04)194lbs204lbs197lbs159lbs201lbs
14 (21/04)195lbs204lbs197lbs156lbs201lbs
15 (28/04)192lbs203lbs196lbs155lbs203lbs
16 (06/05)193lbs198lbs156lbs201lbs
17 (12/05)193lbs206lbs196lbs156lbs204lbs
18 (18/05)192lbs205lbs197lbs158lbs203lbs
lbs difference-70-15+2+5
% difference-2.51-0-7.08+1.92+1.52

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