We have all heard that you can’t put a price on good health. Well while watching the Biggest Loser last night I noticed that they were plugging the Biggest Loser Resort. We are all used to all the cross promotion that the Biggest Loser does so it should not have surprised me that they had moved into the resort business.
I had not heard of the Biggest Loser Resort so I had to Google it to learn more.
Well it seems that there are four locations and it is basically the same experience as the Biggest Loser TV Show without the celebrity coaches. They have workout facilities, recovery facilities,nutrition classes and even cooking classes.
Expensive Biggest Loser Experience
When I first looked at the website the first thing I looked at was the price. I am kind of a bottom lie guy which is a bit of a problem and the price is quite a bit $3,000 a week.
I was thinking “$3,000? What the hell? That is a crapload of money”
Well maybe I jumped against the price a bit quick. I always look at these kinds of things as compared to a vacation. usually an all inclusive vaction would cost between $1,000 and $2,000 for a week but this would probably be a much less relaxing but much better vacation even though it is really expensive.
So the “vaction” itself would be a lot different. My last all inclusive vacation my family went on was in Mexico and included room, food, booze, workout facilities, concierge and entertainment.
What Does Biggest Loser Resort Offer?
The Biggest Loser Resort by comparison has all of that plus courses on meal planning, eating, exercising, cooking, in home workout planning. Also the gym workouts have great trainers and many different kinds of training classes.
Really the idea of the Biggest Loser Resort seems to be an all inclusive Biggest Loser TV show type experience where you live, breath, eat, and experience a full fitness boot camp lifestyle.
Again this whole Biggest Loser Resort experince is really interesting but also disappointing as the huge majority of people that don’t have the knowledge and resources would never be able to afford this kind of one or two week or even more time on a situation that would really help.
What are your thoughts about the idea of the Biggest Loser Resort? Would you be interested in spending some time there? Had you even heard of it before?