Name: Bryce Harvey
Age: 24 (19/03/1983)
From: Brisbane, QLD
Marital Status: Partner (Female) – Insecure much?
Occupation: Sales and marketing
Starting Weight: 139.2kg
Week 1: 130.3kg (LOSS: 8.9kg)
Week 2: 127.5kg (LOSS: 2.8kg)
Entered White House prior to Week 5 Weigh In
Week 5: 115.2kg (LOSS: 24kg) (Since Day One, not previous weigh in.)
Week 6: 109.5kg (LOSS: 5.7kg)
Week 7: 107.2kg (LOSS: 2.3kg)
Week 8: 101.5kg (LOSS: 5.7kg)
Week 9: 100.1kg (LOSS: 1.4kg)
RETURNED: 97.8kg (Start of Week 10)
Week 11: 93.7kg (LOSS: 4.1kg)
Bryce is one of the four lucky contestants to be chosen to fly to the US and train with Bob and Jillian as a secret “Black Team”.
(from the official site)
Food: Hommus, tabouleh & Lebanese bread
Drink: XXXX Gold
Tv Show: Californication/ Soprano’s
Movie: Million Dollar Baby or Braveheart
Place to travel: Barcelona or New York
Hobby: Motorcycle riding, being around friends and sports of any kind
My reason(s) for applying for Biggest Loser are:
To take advantage of a fresh start at life. I desperately want to gain knowledge to maintain the lifestyle changes that I know I will make inside the house. I want the trainers to break me, and bring me back to a starting point physically and mentally.
I first realized I was overweight and needed help when:
I am generally a huge sports fan; I have always excelled at sports of all kinds. Unfortunately when you are overweight your body can’t keep up with your brain- it really hurts me not to be as active as my brain wants me to be.
I hope to lose weight but gain:
The knowledge to make my life all it should be. This experience will be instrumental in changing my life forever, if nothing else I want to gain the chance to start again. I am 24 years old and I am really excited at the chance of another shot at life
The previous contestant I have found inspiring was (and why?)
Adro; ‘Blood, sweet and tears’ is something that has been in my head since my first application. It is an attitude I have committed myself 100% since entering the house. To me Adro has shown how his motto really works – and keeps working.
The best part of being on Biggest Loser is:
The realistic chance to work like never before and earn a new start at life.
I am preparing myself for this journey by:
Trying to steel myself away from negativity; developing the ability to go further and harder than ever before and channelling the love and support of those dear to me into positive energy and determination.
I think the most difficult part of being on Biggest Loser will be:
Time away from my partner and family.
My biggest weakness is:
The tendency to slip back into old bad habits.
Some bad habits I would like to get rid of are:
Laziness; slipping back into old habits; weakness; letting excuses get the better of me and eating bad foods at the wrong times.
The one thing I want Australia to know about me is that:
IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢m here to work hard and go further then I ever have before. This experience will make my life.
I think I will win the Biggest Loser because:
I am willing to go to hell and back. I want to go to hell and back. I need to go to hell and back. I will go to hell and I will smash my way back.
One thing I have never done because I was overweight and will do once I lose the weight will be to:
I want to walk the Kokoda trail. Also, ride my first motorcycle track day. And walk into a funky menÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s clothing store and say ‘one of everything please.’