Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 18 September 2014

Aniston sensible with workouts

Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston will cut back on chips before a trip away, and is a big fan of squats to tone her butt.

The former Friends actress is known for her toned physique, glowing complexion and luscious locks.

Far from claiming these are down to good genes, Jennifer's yoga instructor Mandy Ingber is proud to say her star client works hard to look as great as she does.

“Jen’s a very consistent exerciser and eater. But when she has something she needs to focus a little more on, she just tightens it up a little bit,” Mandy revealed to ABC News.

“We up the cardio a little bit… I’ll add some squats into the yoga routine.”

Before a big event or a trip away Jennifer will be extra vigilant when it comes to what food she's consuming.

Mandy insists the 45-year-old actress is no different to the majority of people when it comes to snacking, but she'll definitely cut back when duty calls.

"She won't have the extra chips. It's kind of like just being disciplined; she's like anyone else that she goes through those times when she can lose a little but pretty much, she's always in great shape," she explained.

Mandy's go-to workout move is squats, something Jennifer regularly incorporates into her exercise routines.

"She focuses on butt exercises for sure. For me, there's no better thing to lift your butt than squats. Pretty much, that's gonna do it ... she likes to focus on that like most women. Most of us want that area a little higher," she said.

And the teaching goes both ways, with Jennifer passing on her own wellbeing tips to Mandy. Top of the list is making sure you get enough water every day.

"Jen is definitely somebody that has encouraged me to hydrate; she is a hydrator from way back in the day. That's definitely one of the tips I use because I have so much more energy when I drink. When you stay hydrated, you’re not as hungry. Sometimes when you think you're hungry, you're actually thirsty," she smiled.

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