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The tough-love training tactics were initially tough to take, but ultimately life-changing.In fact, Johnston told Michaels in no uncertain terms to back off. Johnston never felt happier, but she's learning there's no such thing as happily (or slimly) ever after. He plans to use his prize money to get out of debt.And his younger sister might be a contestant on a future season."It was very scary for both my mom and I," says Johnston. If I have to show the world what I'm most afraid of, I told myself: 'I'll show you. More than getting physical, the secret to Johnston's success is doing "mental work." "I did a lot of mental work," Johnston says of her frequent heart-to-hearts with trainer Jillian Michaels and her weekly consults with psychologist Sean Hogan. It's harder than counting calories or running on a treadmill." Most dieters would rather look for the next quick fix than look inside themselves, she says."But," she adds, "if you fix the inside, I guarantee the outside will follow." 7.That's some of what Bartlett resident Michael Ventrella said Wednesday, the day after winning "The Biggest Loser" title and the 0,000 cash prize. Party life and being out late contributed to my obesity." What he can't wait to do: "Go a theme park with all my little cousins and ride a roller coaster.
I'll be honest and admit that I have lots of reservations about weight-loss competitions, televised or otherwise.
Long story short, they're now living together in Santa Rosa, California. Johnston was small for her age until age six, when she was diagnosed with sleep apnea.