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Looking for rules on how to run your biggest loser challenge with your coworkers/friends/family? The biggest loser challenge no longer just a TV show, it's a real movement and you can be a part of it. Here on weightlosswars we were founded 9 months before that show and with a new year perpetually right around the corner why not hit up your human resources department about starting a challenge in your office. Or maybe you ARE human resources and you're looking for some guidance. Here on weight loss wars, we've prepared everything so that you can get your competition up and running in minutes and easily manage it as it progresses.

Some Universal Biggest Loser Challenge Rules that you might want to consider are: 1. Weigh-ins on the same scale through the entire contest. 2. Go by the percent of weight loss. Don't worry, weightlosswars handles this all for you in the stats as easy as entering your weight and it calculates and stores it privately and securely.

A great biggest loser competition at work or with friends and family is not easy to manage by yourself without weightlosswars. You might be forced to use an excel spreadsheet go it alone! We've automated the whole system in a convenient easy to use website. You'll be able to create & name your biggest loser challenge, pick starting/ending dates, set rules, invite coworkers/friends/family, choose a prize pot amount (this can be set up to be sponsored by a company or to be built up through wager amounts from each of the competitors), choose public/private, choose team/individual, pay your $10 and it's on! Over 115,000 weight loss wars members have battled it out to lose over 1.25 million pounds!
 
 
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Mix and Match some of the following "biggest loser rules" to make your best biggest loser competition

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Rule One - "HAVE FUN", Eat healthier (or just less), and exercise.
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Rule Two - Pick a weigh-in day or period of days. For example, successful weighins are coordinated to be able to happen on the same day each week. Or consider allowing your contestants to weigh-in any time between midnight Friday night and midnight Monday night. That way they don't have to do it when they feel "heavy!" Remember that with weightlosswars, you don't have to get their weigh-ins, they just log it in their profile!
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Rule Three - Consider requiring a wager of $10, $25, or $100 to make a prize pot at the end. Weight loss wars will track this amount so that people will see what the amount they'll win through the competition will be. You can also choose whether to prepay the $10 fee per participant for each employee or you can let them have more skin in the game by leaving their $10 competition fee up to them to pay
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Rule Four - Consider allowing competitors to join anytime within the first 3 weeks. They'll need to realize that they won't have had as much time to achieve as much weight loss as the others, but they'll also be able to catch up if they're dedicated to winning aka losing!
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Rule Five - If you are doing a prize pot, consider allowing the Biggest Loser to take 70% of the pot, and 2nd place to take 30%. Or consider giving 50% to the biggest loser winner and 50% to a local food bank or a secret Santa family, etc... you get the picture!
 
 
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5 Steps to Succeed in a Weight Loss Competition at Work

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1 - Consider requiring a Weigh-in at LEAST once per week but allow a few misses so they don't give up - Studies have shown that those who weigh in regularly lose a significant amount more weight and also manage keep it off much more effectively!
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2 - Lay the smack talk on nice and heavy, then give lots of encouragement as well - Talking trash fun, competitive, and it has been shown to be effective in sparking weight loss by firing people up. Combining trash talk with supportive team attitudes among fellow competitors will demonstrate the real power of weight loss wars.
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3 - Don't forget that you're doing what over 115,000 Weight Loss Warriors have done! - Over 1.25 million pounds have been battled out of people as they enjoy good, healthy, supportive if not also quite competitive weight loss challenges!
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4 - Check your weight loss graph often - You'll find a strange sense of accomplishment when you lose half a pound when you see it on a graph. Plus you'll be able to compare your own weight loss percentage to your competitors!
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5 - Get and Stay Inspired & Stay Fired Up! - Read and get involved in our Adventures in Health Section where you'll find success stories, slump stories, and how to get over your weight loss woes.
 
 
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    Testimonials
"I LOVE WEIGHTLOSSWARS. And if I could make some suggestions to people just starting here. Consider doing both a team and individual challenge which we did here on weight loss wars. Teams add support AND accountability. A big rule to creating an office Biggest Loser competition successfully can be creating teams which has worked well for us. Having a group of team members to be accountable to can be very motivating. If your workplace is like ours, snacks, birthday cake, candy jars, hot chocolate in the break room, etc...all find their way into employees stomachs. We can munch all day long because of all the snacks around. But having team members to have to answer to on weigh-in day, as well as the opposition of opposing team members in the challenge can keep our mindless munching at a minimum. If you're just in it for yourself, you might be more likely to indulge so just think about doing a team competition. Being accountable to team mates on a biggest loser team can really help people stay on track. So get losing on weight loss wars like we did! We're just getting ready to roll out our new competition for this coming year!"
-- Janice Walker  
 
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"Being on weightlosswars has been a heck of a lot of fun! And a heck of a lot easier than trying to manage weigh-ins for my employees via a spreadsheet like I did last time. Our people LOVED having the ability to login and update their stats themselves. And I loved not having to "pull teeth" trying to get their weigh-in for the week. Plus it removed our exposure due to HIPPA etc. The employees received encouragement from each other more this time as some people moved ahead in the competition standings on the leader board. Throughout the week when some people had moments of weakness, they received encouragement from others who were participating in the competition. This helped them stay on track. Our first Weight Loss Wars Challenge was last New Years. And our "biggest loser" for the competition lost over 48 pounds, and the entire team of competitors was really found new energy around the office. We are absolutely using weightlosswars for our upcoming new years resolution challenge.""
-- Vivian Sumpter  
 
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