hen I was asked to work 011 another Biggest Loser book, 1 was honored but also very excited to be reunited with many of the same wonderful people I had worked with on The Biggest Loser—The Weight-Loss Program to Transform Your Body, Health, and Life. Thanks go to Amy Super, our editorial director, for her outstanding editing and creative ideas in organizing the content; Chad Bennett at Reveille, who once again was so efficient in coordinating the project and pulling together all the information we needed; Mark Koops, managing director, Creative Affairs of Reveille, for being so committed to another Biggest Loser book; and Cindy Chang at NBC Universal for all her far-ranging, behind-the-scenes work on the book's behalf.
Also, 1 would like to express my appreciation to our other editors, Nancy N. Bailey, our project editor, and Deri Reed, our freelance copy editor, for their support, talent, and hard work. Thank you to Chris Gaugler, the interior designer, and Chris Rhoads, the cover designer, for designing a beautiful book; and to Liz Perl, publisher, Rodale Books, and Nancy Hancock, executive editor, Rodale Books, for their dedication to bringing this book together.
A special thank you to the cast members and trainers from every season of The Biggest Loser. It is through your example that so many millions of Americans have found the inspiration to master their bodies, attain self-confidence, and transform their lives.
Maggie Greenwood-Robinson, PhD Dallas, Texas
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