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Sky Sport Spa’s trainer list spoils which trainer will leave Work Out this season

The few episodes of Work Out that have aired so far this season have mostly focused on Jackie Warner’s conflict with her trainers. Because the show is a nonfiction workplace drama, and because that workplace is open to the public, the gym’s web site offers behind-the-scenes details–and a spoiler about what happens to one of Jackie’s trainers.

That’s because one trainer who appears on this season is not listed on the site. That trainer is (highlight to read) Brian Peeler. That trainer now has a web site, suggesting that this is their last season of Work Out. That may actually happen sooner than later, like next episode, if the show’s previews aren’t just being sensational.

The site also offers revealing details about just how much it costs to inject yourself into the trainers’ world and benefit from their expertise. If you like your training with a heavy dose of self-aggrandizement and ever-inflating ego, Jackie is available for $400 an hour. However, her one-hour group boot camp sessions are open to anyone for just $40/hour. But a week-long SkyLab retreat is $6,000.

If you’d like a soundtrack featuring former Amazing Race cast member Rebecca’s commentary on her social life, that costs just $110 an hour. The series’ other trainers all charge the same amount, while those not featured as primary cast members on the show range from $75 to $200 an hour.

Elite Trainers, Sky Sport Trainers [Sky Sport Spa]

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