March 09, 2007 12:01 AM by Joe Reality
Bravo’s most successful freshman series of 2006, "Work Out," returns to
follow the professional and personal life of Jackie Warner, elite
trainer and owner of Sky Sport & Spa in Beverly Hills, CA on
Tuesday, March 20 from 11 p.m. -12 a.m., ET/PT on Bravo, immediately
following the special "Watch What Happens: The Real Housewives of
Orange County Reunion." Starting Tuesday, March 27, "Work Out" will
move to its regular timeslot at 10 p.m. Nominated for a 2007 GLAAD
award for Outstanding Reality Program, the eight-episode, one-hour
docu-series will take viewers to different places this season as a new
trainer joins the staff, Warner launches a new business venture, and
emotionally charged happenings occur both inside and outside of the
This season, not only will Warner make giant strides in her business with the launch of a new venture called Skylab — a high-end spa/fitness experience for overweight clients who want to change their minds, bodies and overall health — but also in her private life as she juggles relationships and undergoes therapy. The docu-series follows the trainers as they go through challenging times this season: a new trainer, Gregg, joins Sky Sport; a relationship between two trainers creates tension among the staff; one of the trainers falls seriously ill; and everyone experiences the bittersweet taste of success as Sky Sport takes off.
Warner, the owner and managing director of Sky Sport & Spa, an exclusive fitness facility located in downtown Beverly Hills, helps her clients seek a higher level of fitness in an elite environment. The gorgeous indoor/outdoor gym boasts 360-degree views of Los Angeles, notable high-profile clientele and classes ranging from "Yoga Under the Stars" to "Power Boxing." A fitness maverick with a dynamic, no-nonsense attitude, Warner will accept only the best in every aspect of her life. She not only hires the most talented and vibrant trainers to work in her gym, but she lets them know that it’s her way or the highway.
Warner’s trainers live by the same "work hard, play hard" philosophy that she does and "Work Out" will follow the new and familiar faces as they live, learn and love inside and outside of Sky Sport & Spa. Please see attached biographies.
"Work Out" is produced for Bravo by Mentorn USA. Executive Producers are Bruce Toms and Amy Shpall.