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Jackie Warner                

Celebrity Trainer & Television Personality

Jackie Warner moved to California at the age of 18, working as a model and actress. By the age of twenty-two, Jackie Warner was inspired to pursue a career in fitness and nutrition after training a few close friends with dramatic life-changing results. Within a year, Jackie opened her first health center, Lift. The revolutionary fitness facility was the first health club in Southern California to accept health insurance for exercise.

From 2004 to 2009, Jackie owned and operated her next gym, Sky Sport & Spa. Employing Jackie's complete approach to fitness, Sky Sport was the nation's premiere full service health and medical practice. Although frequented by fitness aficionados for years, Sky Sport was introduced to the rest of the world in 2006 on Jackie's hit television show, Bravo's "Work Out".

She returned to television in 2010 in the Bravo show, "Thintervention with Jackie Warner". Hailed by critics, the premiere gave the network its best ratings ever for a Monday. While on TV, Warner made no efforts to hide the fact that she dated woman, being a proud member of the LGBTQ community. Additionally, to help people take back further control of their lives, Jackie created "Eat.Move.Believe.", an online fitness and wellness center. This program provides workouts; healthy recipes; and fitness, nutrition, and lifestyle tips.

Jackie became one of the world's most sought-after fitness experts by media and consumers alike. She regularly contributed to The Huffington Post, Fitness Rx, and Fitness magazine, and she wrote the New York Times bestseller, This is Why You're Fat (and How to Get Thin Forever), and stars in several best-selling DVDs. Jackie also served as the face of a health and wellness campaign called Fit in Your Skin, and was the national spokesperson for Eggs of Australia.

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Jackie Warner Eats Boot Camp for Breakfast | Celebrity Videos ...

There are people who have a hard enough time getting to the gym once a week - - somehow Jackie Warner goes to work out three times a day.

Watch Exercise at Work | Thintervention with Jackie Warner Videos

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