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I’ve been to DC a few times and I have to say, if ever there’s a city to visit to get some major walking done, our nation’s capital is it. This week the contestants of The Biggest Loser are headed to DC for a workout and a visit to the White House kitchen! We’ve got some clips from the episode, along with an episode synopsis for those of you who want a taste of what’s to come for the aspiring weight-losers.

Below is the information NBC listed for the Washington DC episode set to air on Tuesday, November 3rd.

“THE CONTESTANTS HEAD TO WASHINGTON D.C. FOR AN UNFORGETTABLE WEEK THAT INCLUDES A VISIT TO THE WHITE HOUSE KITCHEN – AND THE BIGGEST WORKOUT EVER IN “BIGGEST LOSER” HISTORY! -- It’s an exciting week on The Biggest Loser when the nine remaining contestants head to Washington D.C., for an adventure that will take them from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to the inside of the White House kitchen! After arriving in the nation’s capitol, the players learn from host Alison Sweeney that they’ll now be competing as individuals rather than by teams. And their first challenge is a big one – to race around the National Mall and try and bring as many people as possible back to the Washington monument for a public workout with trainers Bob Harper and Jillian Michaels, for the biggest workout in Biggest Loser history! Later, the trainers and contestants meet with members of Congress to talk about the importance of health and nutrition education, especially in schools. Then the players engage in a wild competition involving iconic D.C. landmarks before visiting the White House, where they get to prepare a delicious salad with the chef using vegetables from the White House garden. Later, the contestants weigh in by the steps of the Lincoln Memorial before another elimination round sends a contestant home for an emotional reunion with their family.”

The Biggest Loser airs Tuesday nights at 8:00 p.m. ET on NBC.

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