Thintervention With Jackie Warner 1 Season 2010

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Fitness and lifestyle expert, Jackie Warner, begins "Thintervention" with eight pampered clients who are unhappy with their weight. After a basic training workout in order to assess their fitness levels, the clients are told to remove all sugar from their homes.

Starring:
Bryan T. Donovan, Mandy Ellen
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
September 6, 2010

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Season 1

Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Starring Bryan T. Donovan, Mandy Ellen
Supporting actors Craig Ramsay, Jackie Warner
Season year 2010
Network Bravo
Producers Andy Cohen, Chad Cork, Tim Davis, Lauren Harding, Grace Lee, Shari Levine, Jenn Levy, Brandon Lipsett, Tucker Smith
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Darrin D. Vernier on May 2, 2011
Having been inspired by similar shows in the past I bought the entire season of this one. It started out very promising. One of the first things trainer Jackie Warner did was to insist those under her instruction eat only a low carb diet - something I've felt has been sorely missing from other shows that often endorse high carb products for no apparent motive other than profit. Jackie, whom I'd never seen before, seems to be a great trainer with an excellent program. Unfortunately for some reason a very minor percentage of the show showed actual workouts. Beyond Jackie the show falls apart. With apparently no possibility of being eliminated from the show participants seem to have little motivation to work, to eat right, to lose weight, or even to show basic respect to their trainer and fellow participants. With a couple of exceptions the group came across as a snotty privileged 'LA' type group talking about their personal chefs, drivers, laughing at other people who were crying during therapy sessions, etc. It was also flaming gay. I'm all for gay people being presented in the same healthy fashion as other people but things like a man in a pink tutu stroking his nipples are not what I'm tuning into such a show to see. In some episodes it seems like sex of any variety was talked about more than exercise or weight loss. To my mind this was the fault of the editors and producers who chose to emphasize such portions of the content. The result was I ended up hating most of these people and by the time the finale came around showing their weight loss I could barely keep my attention on it and was rooting for some of them to seriously fail because they were so vacuous, superficial, and obnoxious they didn't deserve it. All I really wanted to do with most of them was to kick them into a swimming pool.Read more ›
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Darrin D. Vernier on May 2, 2011
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Having been inspired by similar shows in the past I bought the entire season of this one. It started out very promising. One of the first things trainer Jackie Warner did was to insist those under her instruction eat only a low carb diet - something I've felt has been sorely missing from other shows that often endorse high carb products for no apparent motive other than profit. Jackie, whom I'd never seen before, seems to be a great trainer with an excellent program. Unfortunately for some reason a very minor percentage of the show showed actual workouts. Beyond Jackie the show falls apart. With apparently no possibility of being eliminated from the show participants seem to have little motivation to work, to eat right, to lose weight, or even to show basic respect to their trainer and fellow participants. With a couple of exceptions the group came across as a snotty privileged 'LA' type group talking about their personal chefs, drivers, laughing at other people who were crying during therapy sessions, etc. It was also flaming gay. I'm all for gay people being presented in the same healthy fashion as other people but things like a man in a pink tutu stroking his nipples are not what I'm tuning into such a show to see. In some episodes it seems like sex of any variety was talked about more than exercise or weight loss. To my mind this was the fault of the editors and producers who chose to emphasize such portions of the content. The result was I ended up hating most of these people and by the time the finale came around showing their weight loss I could barely keep my attention on it and was rooting for some of them to seriously fail because they were so vacuous, superficial, and obnoxious they didn't deserve it. All I really wanted to do with most of them was to kick them into a swimming pool.Read more ›
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Frieda10 on February 18, 2011
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Once again, Jackie Warner doesn't disappoint. The first season of her new show is packed full of the appropriate amount of drama and plenty of good advice and motivation. I'll look forward to the next season.
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This is unbelievable!!! I was used to something awesome, like Chris Powell's show EXTREME WEIGHT LOSS, and I bought this Show and expected another great show, I can watch with my 11 year-old daughter. NO WAY !!! This show should be Rated "R , for sexual discussions " I was just shocked about all the sexual things they talk and referred to, in this Show and I did feel very uncomfortable, watching this with my daughter. I don't understand, if you want to watch a fitness show, why the people in there have to talk about " having a vaginal wedge , banning girls and so on ..... " !! This is gross for a fitness show. This Show is nothing like Chris Powell's show or any other fitness show I ever watched. I do not recommend this to anyone, who just loves clean show 's
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tonya Childs on February 18, 2014
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This series I liked because Jackie talked more about the education aspect of loosing weight and what it takes...she also showed the pitfalls of trying to loose weight in everyday life...in addition Jackie shows she actually cares about her clients and it was entertaining to get to know the person instead of her sexuality...The clients are a hoot and make you laugh especially the one women...thats all I will say...last but not least you wont have to look at a lot of games to learn more about what it takes to loose weight...priceless..worth taking a look at. Wish I could train with her.
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