Evening Eye Candy: “The Biggest Loser” Trainer Dolvett Quince
Never has a guy made weight loss, in all its agony, look oh so good. If you are a fan of The Biggest Loser (season 14 just ended last month), you know this guy as the coach with the big heart and a way with words. You know he’s also the best looking coach on the show by a mile, with a body and buns of steel! We’ve been a fan since he joined the show in 2011, and we’re going to keep rocking with him in all his motivational glory so that we can get in our swimsuits this summer. But until then, shall we stare hard at the gorgeous body he has worked hard to keep looking flawless?
Before he was helping people on The Biggest Loser reach their weight loss goals, Quince was getting Justin Bieber, Angela Bassett, Boris Kodjoe and singer JoJo right and tight! And we know how good Angela Bassett looks (especially those arms!).
Quince became an acclaimed trainer after opening the studio, Body Sculptor, in Atlanta, where he says there is a commitment to “changing lives one rep at a time.”
Quince also invented the workout, Pure Energy, which is a circuit training class with a live DJ and combines cardio with strength training and abs, which allegedly guarantees that participants will burn more than a whopping 700 calories in 90 minutes.
Quince also created the workout DVD, “Me and My Chair: The No Excuses Workout,” which included two low-impact, high-intensity 30-minute workouts to help participants tone and slim their bodies with the help of a chair (a sturdy one though).
Out of the many things that makes Quince delicious, I must say, that bald head does something for us around here too. And of course, the abs don’t hurt the package either…
And we see that Tyra Banks taught the brotha how to do the smize (smiling with his eyes), because when he’s not cheesing it up on red carpets, he’s trying to play it cool and fierce.Brian To/WENN.com
He looks great shirtless and in a fabulous suit. Preferably, we love the shirtless pics a lot more, but we’re not complaining. You had better work Dolvett!Travis Wade/WENN.com
Outside of what we see from Dolvett on TV, he’s also opened up to Uptown about his tough childhood, which involved him ending up in the foster care system, and putting up with abuse from the parents who adopted him. However, he didn’t let that hold him back from reaching his goals and making it…
Quince also said in that same Uptown interview that the abuse pushed him to want to help those who have been verbally abused and are the underdogs: “I understand what it’s like to still believe in yourself when no one else believes in you and to push that out of someone.”
And that’s why we love him! So, is Quince your cup of tea? He’s definitely ours. Sound off in the comments!