Name: John Morrall
Age: 44 (4/09/1963)
From: Noosa Heads, Queensland
Occupation: Advertising Manager
Goals: To be around for his grandchild.
Starting Weight: 150.3kg
Week 1: 139.7kg (LOSS: 10.6kg)
Week 2: 133.2kg (LOSS: 6.5kg)
Week 3: 130.7kg (LOSS: 2.5kg)
Week 4: 124.8kg (LOSS: 5.9kg)
EVICTED DUE TO RULE BREAKING
Coast’s Biggest Loser Makes Cut
The biggest loss – Regarding John’s heart condition and it’s effect on his time in the house (Sunshine Coast Daily)
Evicted for breaking the rules, John will not be invited to the finale
John has a very serious heart condition, leading to him being effectively disqualified from the game proper. He will not be eligible for the prize money at the end as that would essentially be offering him an incentive to put his life in very serious jeopardy. Instead he will be supervised and have his diet looked after and he’ll be allowed to do very moderate levels of exercise. The Biggest Loser is hoping that John’s progress will serve as an inspiration for other Australians in a similar position to get fit and healthy themselves.
John’s daughter was due to go into labour on the day of the first weigh in at the White House. He has said that while it is a big sacrifice, it will be worth it in the long run if he can be fit and healthy for his daughter and her child.
(from the official site)
Drink: Bourbon and coke
Tv Show: Countdown
Movie: Fields of Dreams
Place to travel: American on holidays
Hobby: Gardening and riding my bike
My reason(s) for applying for Biggest Loser are:
The main reasons are for my health, for my family and to build my mind as well as my body.
I first realized I was overweight and needed help when:
Many years ago and it is finally time to do something about it.
I hope to lose weight but gain:
Self confidence and longevity.
The previous contestant I have found inspiring was (and why?)
All the previous contestants are inspiring because they have proved it can be done.
The best part of being on Biggest Loser is:
The journey, the ride and the opportunity to get my shit together!
I am preparing myself for this journey by:
Working on my mental state of mind.
I think the most difficult part of being on Biggest Loser will be:
To make friends that could go home tomorrow.
My biggest weakness is:
Bourbon and coke.
Some bad habits I would like to get rid of are:
Not making the bed.
The one thing I want Australia to know about me is that:
I am a nice person and I would never intentionally hurt anyone.
I think I will win the Biggest Loser because:
I don’t like to lose and I want to reach my goal.
One thing I have never done because I was overweight and will do once I loose the weight will be to:
Walk down Noosa’s main beach.