If you watch the Bravo channel, then you’ve probably heard the name Jackie Warner. She’s an American fitness trainer who became a self-made millionaire at a very young age. What inspired her to follow this particular lifestyle? That was probably her weight gain of 53 pounds during her first four months of college. She hated the way she looked and the lack of confidence she had in herself. The then 18-year-old decided to make a change the day she sat down, looked in the mirror, and cried as she came face to face with reality.
Her career took off at the young age of 22 after helping some friends make some serious life-changing results. Within her career’s first year, she established the first health club in Southern California to accept health insurance for exercise; it was named Lift.
In 2004, Warner also established Sky Sport and Spa, a gym and spa located in Beverly Hills, California. The business was showcased on Warner’s former TV show (what she’s most known for) on Bravo called “Work Out.” The show aired July 19, 2006 and ran for three seasons while cameras highlighted Warner’s daily routine of juggling her personal relationships, her employee’s personal issues, and running the business. In 2009, Warner sold the wellness center around the same time the show came to an end due to some dramatic controversies with well-known fitness model and breast cancer survivor Jamie Eason. (more…)
Thintervention with Jackie Warner brings all of the Jackie we know and love from her Bravo show Work Out, and allows us to follow her and her overweight clients through their weight loss journey of tough workouts in amazing locations while learning to eat right, develop an exercise habit and shed the weight for good.
Jackie Warner is a tough as nails personal trainer who will never accept anything less than a client’s best effort. The contestants themselves are all quite unique, from ex-Real Housewives of Orange County Jeana looking to gain a little self respect, to brash, chain-smoking, excuse making, yet still somehow endearing Nikki, to event producer Joe, who wants to lose weight so he can “bang hot chicks.” Charming.
It was recently announced that the Bravo network is working with its fitness star, Jackie Warner, to release a new reality show. Thintervention with Jackie Warner will feature the popular trainer, and owner of LA’s Sky Sport & Spa, motivating her overweight clients to lose the weight via her signature bootcamp-style fitness program.
Bravo is currently casting the new show. If you fit the following criteria, you might find yourself working side-by-side with Jackie Warner, formerly of Bravo’s program Work Out.
The Bravo network has just announced its plans to create a new docu-series featuring Work Out star, Jackie Warner. While Bravo isn’t saying when this new series will air, viewers can expect to watch Jackie in action as she challenges her overweight clients to lose weight with her signature bootcamp-style workouts and her therapeutic touch.
Warner first started the Bravo series Work Out in 2006, which followed the fitness guru’s daily routine as well as how she ran her business of helping people to lose weight. Work Out ran for three seasons.