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Sunday 28 December 2014

Jennifer Garner 'swaps sweats for leggings'

Jennifer Garner
Jennifer Garner
Jennifer Garner
Jennifer Garner
Jennifer Garner
Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner

Jennifer Garner's personal trainer is glad the actress is "rocking her Lycra again".

The stunning actress has been wowing on the red carpet of late as she promotes new film The Odd Life of Timothy Green. After giving birth to son Samuel in February, Jennifer has been working hard on her post-pregnancy body, and her trainer Valerie Waters is proud of her commitment to looking and feeling her best.

"She's looking so amazing right now," she gushed to People. "She looks strong and sexy, and I like that she's rocking her Lycra again!

"Getting out of the sweats and into the leggings was a big step."

Jennifer started exercising four weeks after giving birth to Samuel. However, Valerie says the brunette beauty eased her way back into it slowly.

"The first couple workouts were 15 to 20 minutes," Valerie revealed.

The sports and diet expert has now increased the sessions to 40 minutes, three to four times a week.

Jennifer's daughters Violet, six, and Seraphina, three, also like to get involved with their mom's fitness regime.

"We have tiny little weights for them, and they'll come in and lift them over their heads. They're so cute and they definitely like to do what Mommy likes to do, for sure," Valerie added.

Valerie is proud of Jennifer, who is following a healthy, organic diet. The fitness pro predicts the mother-of-three will go from strength to strength.

"Jen can cook, so she's able to make healthy meals that are balanced. She makes the most perfect scrambled eggs, with a little avocado on the side," she said.

"We're at a fine-tuning, sculpting stage now. She's strong and can kick it into gear - no question, bring it on!"

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