The Jennifer Aniston Workout: The Easy Methods She Relies On

There is no doubt that Jennifer Aniston looks good for 47 years old. And now, the actress is opening up on her favorite workout that only takes 10 minutes a day. Aniston is a busy star, so she has to squeeze in a workout whenever she can. She spoke to Shape magazine on Tuesday, Sept. 20 about the quickie workout she loves to do.

“If I only had 10 minutes, I’d do the Burn—where you do a minute run, a minute sprint, a minute walk, a minute run, a minute sprint. [Repeat] for 10 minutes on and off. It really gives your metabolism a nice jolt!”

If Aniston had to do one workout for the rest of her life, she said she would attend The Class by founder Taryn Toomey. According to the publication, Kate Hudson, 37, is also a huge fan of this workout.

“So I’ve been doing this workout with this amazing woman named Taryn Toomey. Her class is called The Class. And I could see doing that for the rest of my life. It’s like a yoga boot camp. It’s incredible.”

The star was also asked about the three things she keeps in her fridge. Aniston admits that she loves to eat artichokes with Dijon mustard. She also always stores green vegetables in her fridge, such as celery or cucumbers. Anything that is cold, crisp, crunchy, and green, Aniston will eat it.

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People’s 2016 World’s Most Beautiful Woman has revealed that she’s started taking a new herbal supplement called chlorella. Taryn Toomey was the one who recommended it, and Jen started putting it in her morning shakes. Jennifer also revealed that both balance and routine are crucial to her daily routine.

“As I’ve gotten older there’s just more awareness around what is good for my body internally, externally, physically. It’s all about reading labels and being aware and conscious of what goes in. If our bodies aren’t being taken care of then our work starts to suffer and we’re [not getting the most from] our daily lives.”

Also, Aniston discovered something about her condition that also affects 5 million Americans. She opened up to Glamour magazine about her struggle with dry eye syndrome.

“I was doing interviews and a question came up about whether I had anything I was addicted to. I said ‘I actually had an addiction to eye drops.’ And like, as I was on the phone I’d had my third – in the hour! – dose. I had them with me all the time.”

Aniston assumed the irritation originated from allergies, but as it became more “painful,” Shire, a pharmaceutical company that specializes in dry eye medication, approached the actress about her condition.

“They said, ‘You probably have dry eye.’ I didn’t know that was something you could diagnose. So I went to my doctor and did the test and sure enough that’s what I have. You have to go through the weaning off of your eye drops and all of that, and then it was this wonderful relief.”

Now, Aniston loves that suffering from dry eyes and eye pain is no longer a part of her morning routine. She makes sure that she gets a good night’s sleep. Once she wakes up, Aniston will have her cup of coffee and shake before she attends The Class.

Jennifer Aniston looked amazing at the Storks movie premiere, which is because her workout routine also consists of Pilates, yoga, cross training, and running on the treadmill at least four times a week. She also takes her multivitamin regularly, along with her omega-3s and vitamin c, notes Foods4BetterHealth.

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When it comes to Aniston’s eating habits, she drinks a lot of water. She is the face of Smart Water for a reason. Aniston follows the Zone diet, created by Barry Sears, which is comprised of a 40:30:30 ratio of carbohydrates, proteins, and healthy fats.

Jennifer Aniston has been making headlines amid Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s shocking divorce. But the actress looks better than ever and is happily married to actor Justin Theroux. To look toned and healthy like Aniston, one would have to follow a healthy lifestyle, diet, and workout regimen.

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