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Jennifer Aniston in Sports Bra Flaunts Fantastic Figure

Her newest post featured an animated dog. 

Actress Jennifer Aniston is one of many celebrities promoting Invisible Universe on social media. Invisible Universe is an entertainment company promoting animated animals in media backed by celebrities. In Aniston's latest Instagram reel, she featured an animated puppy. Read on to see 5 ways Jennifer Aniston stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!


She Does Yoga. Sometimes With an Animated Puppy.


In Aniston's reel promoting Invisible Universe, she is seen doing yoga in her home. Aniston is seen in a side plank while doing a leg extension. 


She Practices Intermittent Fasting


Aniston is one of many celebrities who practices intermittent fasting when it comes to food, and she says it has helped her a lot. "I noticed a big difference in going without solid food for 16 hours," she tells Radio Times. "Fortunately, your sleeping hours are counted as part of the fasting period. You just have to delay breakfast until 10am."


She Changes Her Fitness Depending on her Projects

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Aniston does a lot of different things for work, and her trainer, Leyon Azubuike, says that her workouts change with each project she's doing. "Depending on where we are in that cycle dictates the duration and intensity of Jen's workout," he tells Women's Health. "If I know Jen isn't filming anything, it's a different phase than if I know she has something coming up tomorrow. If she's going to be walking up to receive an award, I'm not going to destroy her legs in the gym the day before."


She Likes To Surprise Her Body

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Aniston tells Well+Good that she changes up her workouts to challenge her body and muscles. "For me, changing up my workout routine is key. I always try to surprise my muscles."


She Boxes

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Aniston is a big fan of boxing, and she tells InStyle that she and her trainer, Leyon Azubuike, box a lot together. "Boxing is a great way to get aggression out. You get a mental release of all this crap you're taking into your ears and eyes every day and have little fantasy moments imagining who you're punching. I'm just grateful it's not actually the person, even though there's one person. You know what I mean. It's all good."

Anna Bechtel
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