The holidays are just around the corner, and we all know what that means. Halloween brings those little chocolate bars and candy corn, Thanksgiving means heaps of stuffing and mashed potatoes, and December heralds a nonstop parade of candied yams, cookies and fruitcake. (And by “fruitcake,” I mean Clay Aiken‘s Christmas album.)
If you’re one of the many people likely to put on a few pounds this winter, Jackie Warner, personal trainer, gym owner and star of Bravo TV’s Work Out, wants you. Her website is now accepting applications for next year’s boot camp, SkyLab. The price tag? Six thousand dollars.
Even if you don’t lose any weight, your wallet will be much, much lighter.
SkyLab, Jackie’s patented, all-inclusive boot camp, runs from Jan. 10-17, 2009. If you’re serious about getting in shape, be forewarned: There’s a good chance you’ll be surrounded by straight housewives from Ohio who are only there because they’re crushing hard on Jackie.
And why wouldn’t they? Fitness celesbian Jackie Warner is telegenic, tight and totally ready to make out with you outside the nearest bathroom.
Sorry, Rebecca, I couldn’t resist. Will you ever live that down? Apparently not.
So what does $6,000 buy you, other than the chance to bask in the glow of Jackie’s awesomeness? Here’s what a week at SkyLab offers, according to the Web page:
Not only will you learn to live healthy and hot in the real world, but you’ll lose substantial weight, reshift your energy, and change the way you relate to the world around you.
This is an experience that will be like no other. Jackie’s effect on people’s lives is unparalleled … and she’s ready to change yours today.
Learning to live healthy and hot in the real world starts at home. I’m just saying.
To date, Work Out has not been officially renewed for a fourth season. So, if you’re craving your Jackie Warner fix, you just might have to jump on a plane and sign up for SkyLab. And don’t be daunted by the $6,000 price tag. Not only does the package include luxury accommodations at an exclusive hotel, meals and massages, there’s this hat.