Margie has been described by the executive producer of The Biggest Loser, as one of the most entertaining competitors ever to be a part of The Biggest Loser Franchise. Margie was also described by her trainers, Michelle Bridges and Commando Steve as the toughest and strongest competitor ever to have taken part in the Biggest Loser.
She was definitely 2012's biggest draw card and will go down as one of the most memorable reality TV stars. With her determination, mental strength, leadership skills and competitive edge, Margie went onto be crowned 2012 Biggest Loser, winning $220,000 and dropping a whopping 73.2 kilos.
While most people know Margie as the winner of The Biggest Loser Australia 2012, she is much more than that. Since the show, she has not only appeared on numerous tv and radio shows, she has worked with SP Health, been an Ambassador for the Starlight Foundation and has an active Facebook page with over 32,000 followers, and runs bootcamps every week.
After leaving The Biggest Loser house, she discovered she had a love of powerlifting. In 2014, Margie won ProRaw 6, seeing her become Australia's strongest female powerlifter in her category, by lifting an astonishing 225 kilos. As of the end of 2016 - two years later, her lift had yet to be beaten.
Margie describes herself as a humble woman and plans on making the most out of her life. Margie’s goal is to live a long and healthy life filled with lots of love and happiness. She hopes to help as many people as she can, experience the same health and happiness.
“If I can do it, I know you can do it too! It seem everyone’s an expert on weight lose and health these days. But unless you’ve been overweight yourself, no one truly understands the relationship we have with ourselves and food. That’s why I created the ebooks and a supportive private community that you will gain a personal invite to once you purchase Rock Bottom.”