Too Fat For 15: Fighting Back

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  • 2010
  • 2 Seasons
  • 8.3  (69)

The show begins with different kids from different areas of the United States and all sorts of areas. They are all overweight. Some are just moderately overweight while others are extremely overweight to the point that they can barely walk. They are to go to school at this camp. During their time here, there are a few things that they are doing. Each week, they begin with a weigh in. They see if they have lost anything or if they have gained anything. They also then learn that if they get into trouble or go off the routine that has been designed for them, then they lose privileges such as how long they get on the phone to call home. During their stay here, they sleep in cabins. They are assigned a tutor who leads them in classes. They also meet with a nutritionist as they learn how to make the right choices when they eat. They are assigned a personal trainer who leads them in exercise routines. They also have a counselor they are to meet with as losing weight is said to be more mind over matter than anything else. In some episodes, you see how they encourage the kids to make the right choices. Each season, they have it where they take the kids out to eat to a buffet. The point of this is to get them to see that they have to choose the right things to eat. Sometimes they go to a sit down restaurant so they can practice how to order. They have the kids volunteering to run marathons and also they have them participating off campus in other opportunities to exercise and socialize with kids who might be a bit smaller than them weight wise. The biggest challenge is when kids have to face going home where they are away from the routine that was enforced and they are left to do the right thing with family who might not be as supportive as the kids might want them to be.

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Seasons
Tanisha's Amazing Transformation
19. Tanisha's Amazing Transformation
December 21, 2011
Tanisha shares her weight-loss journey.
No Place Like Home
18. No Place Like Home
December 14, 2011
The students go home for the summer and struggle with their weight and family issues.
The Weight Is Over
17. The Weight Is Over
December 7, 2011
The graduates reflect on their long journey through the weight-loss program.
Picture Perfect
16. Picture Perfect
November 30, 2011
A photo session helps the students face their body-image issues.
Into the Wild
15. Into the Wild
November 23, 2011
The students go camping and discover essential survival tips.
Queens of the Road
14. Queens of the Road
November 16, 2011
Walking around while blindfolded in the woods in not fun! See who taps into their survival skills and who walks into trees.
Anger Ball
13. Anger Ball
November 9, 2011
Angry feelings are exposed during a dodgeball tournament.
Family Feuds
12. Family Feuds
November 2, 2011
The students confront their parents and things get heated.
Crashing the Dance
11. Crashing the Dance
October 26, 2011
The students enter a dance marathon, struggling to stay up all night and battling food temptations
Back to Reality
10. Back to Reality
October 19, 2011
The new term starts and so do the weigh-ins. The first one is hard on everyone and a family loss for one student makes it even harder.
The Obesity Crisis
9. The Obesity Crisis
June 27, 2011
Petrified of knowing how much she really weighs, 16-year-old Ashley Renwick is in for a shock when she steps on the scale.
Sticks and Stones
8. Sticks and Stones
April 25, 2011
A bullying expert educates the students how to deal with this serious problem.
The Food Hangover
7. The Food Hangover
April 18, 2011
Post holiday blues are intensified with an intense fitness challenge.
Feast for Famine
6. Feast for Famine
April 11, 2011
The students struggle to stay on program as they battle the biggest food holiday of the year.
Fear and Candy
5. Fear and Candy
April 4, 2011
The students face their fears when scaling a 40 foot-high tight rope and later battle the demons of forbidden treats.
Parental Advisory
4. Parental Advisory
March 28, 2011
The students deal with family secrets during Parent's Weekend.
Pushed to the Limit
3. Pushed to the Limit
March 21, 2011
The students compete against each other at the first annual Wellspring Triathlon.
The Battlefield
2. The Battlefield
March 14, 2011
The students take on the Wellspring staff members and then their own family members, who don't understand why they're fat.
No Weigh Out
1. No Weigh Out
March 7, 2011
Scotty, Tanisha and Emily return to Wellspring with renewed spirits to eat healthy. The new semester brings in the biggest student to ever arrive on campus.
Too Fat For 15: Fighting Back
Too Fat For 15: Fighting Back

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The show begins with different kids from different areas of the United States and all sorts of areas. They are all overweight. Some are just moderately overweight while others are extremely overweight to the point that they can barely walk. They are to go to school at this camp.

During their time here, there are a few things that they are doing. Each week, they begin with a weigh in. They see if they have lost anything or if they have gained anything. They also then learn that if they get into trouble or go off the routine that has been designed for them, then they lose privileges such as how long they get on the phone to call home.

During their stay here, they sleep in cabins. They are assigned a tutor who leads them in classes. They also meet with a nutritionist as they learn how to make the right choices when they eat. They are assigned a personal trainer who leads them in exercise routines. They also have a counselor they are to meet with as losing weight is said to be more mind over matter than anything else.

In some episodes, you see how they encourage the kids to make the right choices. Each season, they have it where they take the kids out to eat to a buffet. The point of this is to get them to see that they have to choose the right things to eat. Sometimes they go to a sit down restaurant so they can practice how to order. They have the kids volunteering to run marathons and also they have them participating off campus in other opportunities to exercise and socialize with kids who might be a bit smaller than them weight wise. The biggest challenge is when kids have to face going home where they are away from the routine that was enforced and they are left to do the right thing with family who might not be as supportive as the kids might want them to be.

Too Fat For 15: Fighting Back is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (23 episodes). The series first aired on August 9, 2010.

Where to Watch Too Fat For 15: Fighting Back

Too Fat For 15: Fighting Back is available for streaming on the Style website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Too Fat For 15: Fighting Back on demand at Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    August 9, 2010
  • IMDB Rating
    8.3  (69)