Jackson Carter of Layton might have stunned fan of NBC's "The Biggest Loser" with his 138-pound weight loss. But since the show's finale on March 18, he's lost another 10 pounds.
"I weighed in at 190, and my goal weight is 165, so I still have a little bit to go," said Carter, who started out on the reality weight-loss series at 328 pounds.
Last week, he took a break from his workout at the Clearfield Aquatics Center to share some insights about the show, and what he's been doing since it ended.
Although Danni Allen ended up winning the $250,000 grand prize, Carter contends that learning to control his weight was "worth something that no amount of prize money could ever buy."
He's now working out 60 to 90 minutes each day, but admitted that weight loss is more of a challenge now that he's returned to life in the real world, with other pursuits to take up some of his time.