POSTED: Tuesday, August 20, 2013 - 10:00pm
UPDATED: Tuesday, August 20, 2013 - 10:04pm
BATON ROUGE, LA (NBC33) — The Losing It in Louisiana contestants are trying to measure up, plus some bonus boot camp action just to shake things up.
Lesa Coberly along with the rest of the Losing It in Louisiana crew weighed in and not everyone was thrilled about their results.
"I don't think anyone is ever satisfied with how much they weigh. Yeah, I'm doing okay," Lesa Coberly said. "It's still dropping, so that's a good thing."
"I've been having a bit of a setback and I've gained a couple pounds this time around," Wendy Noble said. "So I just have to push harder and try to watch my meals more."
"So I'm still the same as I was last weigh-in," Miya Edwards said. "So I'm definitely going to try to step it up a little more so that way I can have at least some type of weight loss by the next weigh-in."
Nicholas Yiannopoulos has gone through four trainers, and he's says he's just trying to adjust.
"I'm doing okay considering all the changes I've been through with the trainers," Nicholas Yiannopoulos. "I'm still hanging in there and I'm going to give it a huge kick in these last three months, so hopefully I'll be able to pull it out."
Jesi Johns is his new trying, and she said she's ready to get Nick to his goals.
"I'm pretty excited," Jesi Johns said. "I'm excited to see what I can do with him and where we can go, and hopefully I can get him to his goals."
After the weigh-in, trainer Lake Johnson put them through bootcamp because she said it's always good to shake things up.
"Everyone's bodies are trying to preserve what they have, so everyone's going to push through it and it will get a lot better by the next month," Lake Johnson said. "They'll push through it."
In total, the contestants have lost over 60 pounds. next week, we will take a look into contestant Miya Edwards work out routine and what gives her the drive to keep going.