by: Carly Noel Updated:
PITTSBURGH,None - On Monday, Ramon Medeiros and Jessica Limpert revealed in an interview with me that they will be trainers at the new Biggest Loser Resort Niagara in New York.
“It’s the first and only East Coast location, and we encourage everyone to come out here, especially from Pittsburgh. It’s time to take those vacation funds and come visit us,” said Limpert, who grew up in the Pittsburgh area. I MapQuested it. It’s less than four hours (from Pittsburgh).”
“As trainers, we’re taking you in and out of the gym. We’re giving you ‘The Biggest Loser’ experience. We’re going to take you through some tough workouts and help you change your life forever,” said Medeiros.
Limpert and Medeiros fell in love on season 12 of “The Biggest Loser.”
Medeiros has been blogging about season 13 on NBC.com.
“This season is a little rough. They have some controversy between each other. They’re always arguing and fighting, but it makes it fun to watch,” said Medeiros.
Limpert and Medeiros are good friends with trainer Dolvett Quince.
“It (this season) is putting Dolvett to the test, and that’s what he deserves. He is the best trainer that we know,” said Limpert.
Limpert and Medeiros said they can’t predict who will win this season because everyone is so tough, but they told me they have some favorites.
“We love Santa Claus. Santa is the man. He’s our favorite. As far as the red team goes, we’re pulling for Kim. On the black team, we’re pulling for Jeremy,” said Limpert and Medeiros.
You may be wondering if Limpert has an engagement ring yet. Medeiros said he hasn’t popped the question, but he’ll let me know when he does. Aw! They’re so cute.
Click here for more information about the Biggest Loser Resort Niagara.
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