Michelle Bridges

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Australia - NSW

In today's weight conscious society where childhood obesity, meal replacements and lap band surgery dominate the social conversation, the uncluttered message delivered by Michelle Bridges comes as a welcome relief.

Best known as the straight talking red team trainer of Channel Ten's ratings heavyweight The Biggest Loser, Michelle mixes her tough love message with a heart warming compassion and understanding that has won the hearts and minds of Australians of all ages, weights and genders.

Michelle is Australia's most influential personal trainer - six bestselling books, thousands of online clients with amazing weight loss results, and a national commentator on weight issues - it's no wonder she is one of Australia's most highly regarded health and fitness experts!

Her bestselling books Crunch Time, Crunch Time Cookbook, The Australian Calorie Counter, Losing The Last Five Kilos, 5 Minutes A Day and The No Excuses Cookbook sending Michelle's book sales over the 300,000 mark.

Her online 12 Week Body Transformation has stripped hundreds and thousands of kilos off its participants! Even Michelle herself has been blown away by the amazing success of this incredible program and the weight loss transformations.

On top of her television commitments, Michelle is never far from front of mind with regular features in magazines (Women's Health, Woman's Day, Cosmopolitan, BBC Good Food) and on radio (Kyle and Jackie O, Nova, Triple M, 2WS), and is integral to the PR and marketing campaigns for The Biggest Loser.

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