The years have no power over Jennifer Aniston, and the actress retains the same figure that she had two decades ago. But how does she do it? We talk about how long and how often the actress trains and what kind of exercises she prefers.
Jennifer Aniston during the filming of “Mother’s Day”, Atlanta, Georgia, September 1, 2015
At 53, Jennifer Aniston looks amazing. It seems that the actress has hardly changed in the last two decades. Without any doubt, Jen works hard to stay slim, strong and full of energy. Good form also plays a role during long days on the set.
Fortunately, Aniston’s athletic routine has not remained a secret. The star’s trainers actively share details of the exercises she performs, details of her healthy regime, diet and interval fasting. We will focus on the sports component that helps Jennifer to keep in perfect shape.
Jennifer Aniston during the filming of “Mother’s Day” in Atlanta, Georgia, September 1, 2015
The actress exercises seven days a week and spends an hour and a half a day on sports. However, during the “training cycle” the exercises change. “Depending on where we are in this cycle, the duration and intensity of Jen’s workouts change,” star coach Leyon Azubuike told Women’s Health in June 2019. — If I know that Jen is not involved in the shooting, it’s a different stage than if I knew that she would have something tomorrow. If she’s going to get up to get an award, I’m not going to destroy her legs in the gym the day before.”
The spread of exercises is impressive. “We box, jump rope, do strength training, work a lot with expanders — we are well versed in expanders,” Azubuike said. —We alternate these things, so it’s always hard, she’s constantly challenged — I’m a big fan of changing everything so that the body reacts positively and changes.” And Leyon’s client definitely appreciates the constant changes.
Aniston once said she loved working out with a ladder. “For me, changing the training regime is of key importance. I always try to surprise my muscles. In Los Angeles, I train at Rise Nation, where cardio-climbing on a ladder lift takes place — it’s a great workout!” – Jen told Well + Good in 2016.
Jennifer Aniston on her way to a gym workout in New York
June 21, 2016photolegion Media
Boxing is one of the sports gaining popularity. He is adored by Halle Berry — another actress who looks amazing in her 55 years. Her colleague is also committed to boxing. In a 2018 interview, Aniston revealed that she discovered the sport in 2017 and was particularly fascinated by the “mental aspect” of training.
“I discovered boxing last year and I love it,” Jennifer said. — I have a coach named Layon, and he’s great. This is the longest thing I’ve been doing besides yoga. There’s something about the mental aspect of boxing – exercise, your brain has to work, and you’re not just sitting on a bike, it’s amazing. Boxing is a great way to vent aggression. You get rid of all this garbage that gets into your ears and eyes every day, and you can have little fantasies when you imagine who you are hitting. I’m always glad it’s not the same person. Well, you know what I mean. It’s wonderful.”
Jennifer Aniston in the movie “Love Management” (2028)
Mandy Ingber is Jennifer’s yoga instructor and her close friend. Mandy also works with Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Beckinsale and Emilia Clarke. In an interview with ABC News in 2014, Ingber revealed that Aniston likes to add a cardio component to her yoga practice if she wants to lose weight. “We increase cardio a little if she wants to lose weight,” the instructor said, noting that in fact, diet is most important, and exercise gives an additional effect.
In 2017, Mandy revealed more about Aniston’s yoga routine. “With Jennifer Aniston, I pedaled for 30 minutes, did yoga for 40 minutes, including some of my hybrid yoga poses combined with toning exercises. We did strength yoga, vinyasa flow, then yin yoga stretching, and then finished with an infrared sauna. We’ve been doing this for 15-20 years, but now I’m taking a break from studying for a year,” the specialist said.
In addition to intensive training, the actress does not forget about some relaxation rituals. She likes to meditate, walk her dog and arranges home spa treatments on Sundays. However, this does not mean that the day off will pass without training — everything has its time.