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January 10th, 2014
01:52 PM ET

Piers Morgan on a Flywheel, with a live, studio audience looking on

As a fitting close to our hour-long tribute to all things weight loss, coming up at 9 fitness instructor and Flywheel co-founder Ruth Zukerman puts Piers Morgan through his paces, while a live studio audience giggles along.

“So, this is like a bike, right?” asks Morgan, clearly a stranger to physical exercise of any kind.

Zukerman, who has been a fitness instructor for more than 20 years, came up with the idea for the technology-added performance bikes in 2010, which allows the student to work smartly and effectively at a pace suited to their needs and abilities.

Clad in shirtsleeves sans tie, Morgan gives it a try, as Zuckerman shows him how to amp up the resistance:

“How many seconds will I have to keep doing this for?” asks an already slightly winded Morgan.

“About 30,” replies Zukerman, sensing that it may be 30 seconds too long for the host.

Always a good sport, Morgan continues to pedal valiantly, but concedes that this workout could be “pretty grueling.”

As the show comes to a close, Morgan notes that “luckily ... I don’t have to keep doing this.”

Watch the clip to see Morgan pedal for dear life, then tune in to CNN at 9 for the full hour entitled "Losing It: America’s Fat Obsession."
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  1. Ray

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    January 13, 2014 at 7:13 pm | Report abuse | Reply
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    • Molly

      This you won't hear on CNN.

      January 14, 2014 at 7:20 am | Report abuse | Reply
  3. Christopher

    Why does Pierce believe it is proper for him to put an international basketball player on the spot to pay money out when he has not ever mentioned putting money in anyone's hand. Even while he was a large part in a news scandal that brought his prior employers over-seas to it brink.

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