Did everyone see last episode when Jillian told Aubrey that she was just full of excuses after she only lost two pounds at weigh-in? Well, if you've forgotten, let me refresh your memory...
At weigh-in, Aubrey attempted to explain why she came in last place by saying she was gaining muscle and that was why she wasn't losing the weight. Jillian was quick to dismiss her claim by saying, "No, that's bulls**t, she lost two pounds. That's all she lost. That's okay, you've got five kids. You need to lose 100 pounds, that's what we're gonna do."
Do you agree with Aubrey, that losing weight was tougher for her because she was gaining muscle, or was it just a cop out because she wasn't working as hard as she should've been? What do you think?
Here's what other Biggest Loser fans thought:
- I am struggling with the scale right now myself. I have been working harder than ever since November and have only dropped a total of 7 pounds. I am down almost a size and can see body parts shrinking and muscle showing through. I truly believed I was building muscle and that's why I haven't seen a great weight loss. It seems they were busting a myth, that it's actually possible. —d_h_a_r_m_a
- I was shocked and I couldn't believe the statement that Jillian made, with Bob agreeing with her. I too am having scale problems with not losing, but I lost inches as my clothes feel better on me. In fact I had to sew a tuck in my good slacks in order for me to wear them. I disagree with Jillian and Bob. Sometimes the body has to get used to eating healthy and you still lose but by inches.—maw602000
- I was the exact opposite. I thought "FINALLY" they said it. I like the trainers approach this season. They are tougher and they are truthful. They don't seem to be putting up with any crap. They are saving these people's lives.—superkewlmom
- I'm kind of the fence on the muscle/weight loss issue, I have heard the same thing so many times myself. But, I thought it was interesting that Jillian said that trainers use that talk to keep customers coming back.