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Series cast summary:
Rebecca Cardon ...  Trainer - Herself / ... 23 episodes, 2006-2008
Brian Peeler Brian Peeler ...  Himself / ... 23 episodes, 2006-2008
Jackie Warner ...  Herself / ... 22 episodes, 2006-2008
Gregg Butler Gregg Butler ...  Himself / ... 16 episodes, 2008
Erika Jacobson Erika Jacobson ...  Herself - Trainer 11 episodes, 2008
Jesse Brune Jesse Brune ...  Himself - Trainer / ... 10 episodes, 2008


Jackie Warner, the star of Work Out and elite trainer and owner of the exclusive Sky Sports and Spa in Beverly Hills,California, believes in two things: working hard and playing harder. We'll go "between the machines" of this fitness mecca for an inside look at the actors, models and celebrities - and the people who just want to look like them and are willing to pay a hefty price to do so - on their quest for the best body in Hollywood. This six-episode, one-hour docu-series uncovers the drama, conflicts, pressure, and emotional turmoil - in and out of the gym - as Jackie makes her team of sexy, hard-bodied trainers and upscale clients sweat the big stuff, all while keeping her business growing and her own personal life afloat.

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3% body fat. 97% drama.


Reality-TV | Sport



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7 June 2006 (USA) See more »

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Beverly Hills, California, USA See more »

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Sadly, Doug Blasdell, one of two openly gay male trainers working for Jackie on the show, passed away in January of 2007. See more »

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Not a Bad Reality Show!
8 May 2007 | by SylSee all my reviews

Let's face it, I'm not into reality shows. I only got hooked on this show because I was changing the channel. At first, I thought it was all about Jackie's lesbian love life as a premise for a show. I didn't know there were other trainers or a Skylab facility which D-List Kathy Griffin went too herself. Okay, the show's premise is about life at a Hollywood or Los Angeles Gym/Spa/Health Center etc. I belong to a health and fitness center which is nothing like Skylab because it's more independent than dealing with trainers. They are your typical Hollywood bunch of probably aspiring actors and actresses working as personal trainers to the stars and your everyday average people. Okay, there is a little much focus on Jackie's personal life. the show seems to evolve from her lesbianism because it probably gets the most attention and will gain ratings. I do have to say that I have grown to like her and wouldn't mind if she was training me. The trip back home to Fairborn, Ohio shows that reality shows can't fake truth as well as we would like them to be. When she was visiting her father's grave with her mother, it was hard not to identify with her because I lost my father as well but hers was during Vietnam and she was so young herself that she barely remembered him. Anyway besides her lesbianism, the show does try to bring faces to a less than interesting group of characters. I can't tell one apart but I can tell Jackie because she's the most interesting, outspoken and identifiable leader of this group. But besides that, I think the show's producers are just too hung up on her sexual orientation because it will get ratings. Maybe so, Jackie's human just like the rest of us, straight, gay or bisexual and that's what the show should be about.

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