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Each of the two winners of ESPN Zone's Ultimate Couch Potato competition (one in New York and one in Chicago) will receive a grand prize package worth nearly $7,000, including: a 42-inch Olevia LCD HD TV, a DreamSeat recliner, a year's subscription to ESPN The Magazine, a year's supply of ESPN Zone game cards, $200 in ESPN Zone gift certificates, as well as ESPN Zone's Ultimate Couch Potato trophy featuring a real live spud.
It's easy to stay stuck in the house and remain a couch potato because you feel bad about your weight and lack of exercise.
Solihull Council mascot Couch Potato goes online to get active with help from Senior Library Assistant, Terri Freeman and Head of Leisure, Nick Garnett.
Of course, as a professional couch potato of some standing, I have known about this for years.
Solihull's couch potato mascot Eddie King with library assistant Terry Freeman (front) and head of leisure Nick Garnett.
That's the last thing I wanted to do,'' he said when asked about playing couch potato.
They even admitted they had trouble pulling the couch potato adult females away from the small screen during tests at Edinburgh Zoo.
Couch Potato synopsizes more than 100,000 DVD/VHS titles from the Muze database, provides recommendations and film reviews by nationally acclaimed critics, and offers alerts of recent and up and coming releases.
For the couch potato, training for week one goes like this: 30 minutes of swimming on Tuesday, 30 minutes of power walking or running on Wednesday, and 45 minutes of biking on Saturday.
Keaveney outlasted 19 fellow contestants to be crowned the world's greatest couch potato - watching 46 hours, 30 minutes and 50 seconds of the award-winning police drama NYPD Blue.
So Stolove, a professional dancer and weight-loss counselor, designed the perfect couch potato workout.
The original title of the book was 'Confessions of a Diabetic Couch Potato,' '' said the Moorpark resident.
A motivated couch potato can tackle more than half the states, many with children, and even our own Mt.
Erika Robles, 14, said she's half a couch potato although she walks 30 minutes between home and school each day.