For the past three seasons, Rebecca Cardon, personal trainer and DFW (Down for Whatever) fun girl, has remained one of the show’s most popular and essential cast members. This season, Rebecca played some lesbian reindeer games on an Olivia cruise, muscled her way through a grueling fitness DVD taping, and saw her Season 2 lip friction with Jackie get replaced with just plain old friction, which was then replaced by friendship. Rebecca: It was a great party, hopefully we can chat at the next event.
AE: Well, that’s too bad because you have the look to play a kick-ass action star. , offers more than just weight-loss success stories and oh-no-she-di-int lesbian drama, courtesy of its star, Jackie Warner. AE: One of my favorite scenes from this season was the afternoon of pool games on the Olivia cruise. Rebecca talked to After recently about her relationship with Jackie (and its “undeniable chemistry”), our recaps (yes, she reads them), the interesting people she meets on My Space (and how much they’re willing to pay for her panties), and her experience with a celesbian who is not Jackie (in a tantalizing blind item). You need to go back and say, “I’m sorry.” She has difficulty with that.Jackie Warner is an American fitness trainer who was born on 17th August 1968 at Fairborn, Ohio.
She is popular for her TV show as a trainer in Work Out product of Bravo TV reality show.
, out lesbian Jackie Warner introduced us to her Beverly Hills gym, Sky Sport & Spa; developed an S/M-tinged fitness clothing line; kept her attention-seeking trainers in check; and battled a biting girlfriend. You know, I got my degree in fashion and illustrating, so it’s fun for me. AE: Workout machines remind me of S&M contraptions. The way I teach — and the way I teach my trainers to teach — is an hour at Sky Sport is, in my opinion — and I’m sure it’s a little ego-driven, I’m sure — like five hours with another trainer [or at] another gym.
On the second season of her drama-laden reality show, Warner launches a fitness camp, breaks up with her girlfriend and, according to previews, embarks on a relationship with heteroflexible trainer Rebecca. It was very sad for all of us, and we were traumatized. This season, if it’s about anything, it’s about emotion, power, pushing forward. This is a small town, especially in the lesbian community. AE: The look that was featured in Season 1 was a little edgy. JW: [Laughs.] So what you’re saying is: You don’t like the gym. Listen, if there was a magic pill, I would take it and I would sell it, but there’s not. I came up with the — for lack of a better phrase — “the three F’s of fitness.”AE: What are those?
If you’ve hurt somebody, whether or not you feel you’re in the wrong is irrelevant.
I was not as down for it as they portrayed me to be. ” And they said, “Erika won’t take her pants off and Agostina’s not fun, and Jackie won’t do it.” When did I become the go-to person? RC: Yeah, I was definitely not DFW that day, but I rallied. To do the right thing and say, “Yes, we’re sorry,” is nothing if not good public relations. People will forgive if you just own it and say, ‘You know what, I did it, I f-ed up, and I suck, and I’m sorry.'” Just own it.
But all you can do is pick yourself up, learn from it and [not] repeat those past mistakes.