Thintervention With Jackie Warner, Season 1Closed Captioning
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Thintervention with Jackie Warner is an emotional and lifestyle changing new docu-series inspired by renowned fitness expert Jackie Warner’s mission to change lives through healthy habits. Warner's eight clients include a cocktail loving "life advisor", a stand up comedian who uses humor to deflect attention from her weight, an independent film producer who hides food from his boyfriend and an ex-"Housewife"and former Playmate centerfold.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoExperience Thintervention||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. Trouble brews when Jackie discovers some clients still haven’t eliminated sugar from their diets. The following afternoon, Jackie introduces her extreme workout, an intensive outdoor obstacle course that pushes the clients to their limits. The new clients undertake an emotional group therapy session in which clinical psychologist Dr. Ramani helps and conduct their first weigh-in.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoUphill Battle||Week two begins with basic training, which does not produce such great results. Jackie surprises the clients when she pairs them up for the week to support each other through the weight-loss process. The newly formed teams then gather in Griffith Park for the extreme workout, where theyre tethered to each other for a grueling hike up the mountainside. At the end of the episode, the crew supports Bryan in group therapy when he opens up about a painful childhood event.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Fat & the Furious||After three weeks of intensive training, the program has begun to take its toll on the clients. After a series of heated exchanges, Jackie challenges the group to meet for dinner to resolve their issues. Sadly the tension levels only continue to rise and Jackie has the crew work their frustrations out on the stairs of the Rose Bowl stadium. The exhausted clients meet for an emotional group therapy session to truly confront their weight issues. Later that day, despite their hard work, many are left disappointed standing on the scale at the weigh-in.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoChase the Burn||Jackie adopts a new method in week fours basic training, sending the team on a three-mile run through Magnolia Park. Later in the week, Jackie takes the clients through an epic firefighter workout, complete with hunky firefighters. With tension building amongst the group, a few of the clients lash out at Jackie for her strict training methods. At the weigh-in, it becomes clear that the group is divided in two between those who are consistently losing weight and those who arent.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoBig Fat Liar||Five weeks into the program, several of the clients have yet to make any real dents in their weight-loss goals. To get to the bottom of this trend, Jackie assesses the intensity of everyone at basic training and drops by their houses the next day to follow-up. Later in the week, the clients get to practice mixed martial arts with acclaimed instructor Eddie Millis. Jackie discovers how several members of the group are cheating after bringing a lie detector to group therapy.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoSweat Is Sexy||Finally, the clients have begun to see differences in both their weight and confidence levels, so Jackie presents a new theme of the week: getting in touch with their "inner sexy." The extreme workout brings this theme to fruition when Robin Antin of the Pussycat Dolls leads a sweat-filled dance where everyone has a chance to strut their stuff. The clients focus on trying new methods to further their newfound weight loss results and anxiously await to see if their efforts have paid off at the weigh-in.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoSink or Swim||Jackie has one last week with the clients before she sends them off to work the program on their own for six weeks. In order to jumpstart their transition, Jackie takes the clients to a sports and fitness resort so she can work them out around the clock. In the extreme workout, a rowing challenge pits the clients against each other, heating up the level of competition. Afterwards, Jackie brings everyone together for a final dinner before the weigh-in, only to surprise them with a tempting array of fattening foods that they mustnt succumb to.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Final Weigh-In||The clients have been away from Jackie for six weeks, struggling to use everything that she taught them to realize their ultimate weight loss goals. The clients friends and family are brought together for a final reveal and celebration. Jackie shares footage from one last workout that compares the differences in the clients current bodies to those they had at the beginning of "Thintervention." The scale will have the final say in their success, as each client nervously takes part in the final weigh-in.||44:03||$1.99||View In iTunes|
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Motivating and very helpful
I've seen the work out show , Jackie's first reality show that evolves around her gym, its a more personal aspect of her life. However, this show reviles her professional aspect which is very impressive. It also teaches you techniques on how to work out and eat! Think the biggest loser meets a new version of Jane fonda. The other good thing about it is that they put real people like us. Normal people that crave ores , drink vodka and have personal issues. The best part of the show is that is very up close and personal with the real people who are struggling to lose weight. I think this show will be a bigger hit than the biggest loser at some point. It's very refreshing and motivating!
Ripped and Focused
It seems like this is an evolved version of the old Workout show - minus all the drama with Jackie's love life and her team of trainers (which I kind of miss). This show is more focused on health and well-being. Of course there's still some drama, however contrived, because it is television, after all. At the end of the day though, Jackie is inspiring. She deals with these food, drinking and exercise issues in a very unique way and I think she's genuine in her passion for helping people and wanting to turn their lives around. I'll be tuning in for the season to see how it all evolves. Oh and Jackie herself looks amazing. That girl is more ripped than before! How is that possible? Dang!
Love this show!
I am a big fan of the Biggest Loser, but I absolutely love Thintervention. Jackie is in your face with the reality of what you have to put in to get the results, but she is also driven to help these people figure out the root of their weight problems. She covers all the bases to make sure this is a true, permanant lifestyle change. I love the variety of clients in her group. I look forward to this show being around for a long time. You are great Jackie and Craig! I wish I had the opportunity to have such an experience and chance to turn my life around!!!