Work Out in the Zone (previously known as Work Out) is a reality television series on Bravo. The show is centered around fitness trainers and models located in the many cities of California. The first three seasons featured many of the trainers who work for fitness trainer Jackie Warner, and some other aspects of the gym and its clients as well as Warner's other fitness ventures, and private life. The third season of Work Out ended on June 10, 2008, and was canceled. A fourth season is currently held in production, with eight different trainers cast for the show. Warner, will not return for the fourth season, after the network was not pleased with her interaction with the other trainers. The fourth season, which will revamp the show's concept, will mainly feature top fitness model and former army ranger Greg Plitt, who is the only cast member to return from the previous season.
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More definitions of "work out":
- (verb): Happen in a certain way, leading to, producing, or resulting in a certain outcome, often well.
Example: "Things worked out in an interesting way"; "Not everything worked out in the end and we were disappointed"
- (verb): Make a mathematical calculation or computation.
Synonyms: calculate, cipher, cypher, compute, reckon, figure
- (verb): Do physical exercise.
- (verb): Come up with.
Synonyms: work up
- (verb): Find the solution to (a problem or question) or understand the meaning of.
Example: "Work out your problems with the boss"
Synonyms: solve, figure out, puzzle out, lick, work
- (verb): Work out in detail.
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“They [parents] can help the children work out schedules for homework, play, and television that minimize the conflicts involved in what to do first. They can offer moral support and encouragement to persist, to try again, to struggle for understanding and mastery. And they can share a childs pleasure in mastery and accomplishment. But they must not do the job for the children.”
—Dorothy H. Cohen (20th century)
“Its true hard work never killed anybody, but I figure, why take the chance?”
—Ronald Reagan (b. 1911)
“We know that a man can read Goethe or Rilke in the evening, that he can play Bach and Schubert, and go to his days work at Auschwitz in the morning.”
—George Steiner (b. 1929)