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"We're not looking for extreme makeovers in someone's lifestyle," Kushner said.“She’s like my twin, my evil twin, but my twin,” he laughs adding, “We started off this journey feeling the same things, going through the same things.Two patients were hospitalized after collapsing during a one-mile (1.6 km) foot race for the season 8 premiere.This year's season 9 opened with another strenuous challenge in which contestants raced 26.2 miles (42 km) on stationary bikes."They're taking people who have been inactive and are not in good shape and boom, automatically subjecting them to this stress," Carol Wolin-Riklin, the bariatric nutrition coordinator for the University of Texas Medical School at Houston, told Live Science."Things are going to happen." And indeed, things have.
But physicians and nutritionists worry the show's focus on competitive weight loss is, at best, counterproductive and, at worst, dangerous."It's very difficult to sustain." While researchers aren't sure if repeated cycles of weight lost and weight gained are more dangerous than staying overweight or obese, the psychological toll of failing to keep weight off can be grim, said Kushner.People often feel like failures and become hopeless about their health.We were both overweight throughout our whole lives. “We wanted the best for one another and at the end of the day.We flirt, we joke around, we love getting a rise out of people when they say, ‘Are you guys dating.’ We both sort of giggle.