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Jennifer Aniston Reveals Compliments About Her Appearance

Jennifer Aniston Reveals Compliments About Her Appearance
Published 11 months ago on Jun 10, 2023

Jennifer Aniston, at 54, shares her disdain for the compliment "You look good for your age" and advocates for a more inclusive approach to praise. The actress recently discussed how her commitment to cardio workouts took a toll on her body over the years. She now focuses on a balanced fitness routine and collaboration with Pvolve to strengthen and restore her body. Aniston's dedication to maintaining her physique in her 50s includes a mindful diet, intermittent fasting, and various workouts like climbing and yoga.

Jennifer Aniston, renowned for her role in Friends, has voiced her dislike for a specific compliment she receives: "You look good for your age." The 54-year-old actress, who has maintained her fitness through years of dedication to exercise and healthy eating, finds the phrase irksome and suggests replacing it with a more inclusive alternative: "You look great – period."

Good look: She has a habit of showing off her body like she did here for Allure in December 2022

In an interview with British Vogue, Aniston expressed her frustration with society's habit of using age as a marker for judgments on appearance. She stated, "I can't stand it. That's a habit of society that we have these markers like, 'Well, you're at that stage, so for your age…' I don't even understand what it means." Aniston emphasized that she is in better shape now than in her twenties, experiencing significant improvements in her mind, body, and spirit.

Tough: She told British Vogue: 'It drives me bananas. I can't stand it. That's a habit of society that we have these markers like, "Well you're at that stage, so for your age¿" I don't even understand what it means.' Seen in a new ad

Aniston's revelation comes shortly after she shared her history of sustaining injuries while striving for a Hollywood-perfect physique over the past 15 years. In an interview with InStyle, she discussed her changed perspective on health and fitness. The actress no longer engages in repetitive exercises, such as spending hours on a StairMaster. Aniston revealed that the mindset of pushing herself to do extensive cardio sessions led to burnout and physical strain.

Then and now: Jennifer Aniston revealed this week that she has many injuries because she has worked out too hard. Seen in Just Go With It

During her journey to recovery, a therapist highlighted the toll her intense workouts had taken on her body. Aniston mentioned receiving a Barbie doll covered in Kinesio tape from her physical therapist, symbolizing the injuries she had accumulated over the years. This realization prompted her to reevaluate her approach to fitness.

Beach babe: 'I much prefer working out with friends,' she admitted. 'Doing your own workout by yourself, meh. If you get some good music going you can have fun, but I like to be guided. It's too easy for me to do things less correctly than I should'

Aniston now prioritizes workouts that are enjoyable and diverse. She prefers exercising with friends, finding it more engaging and motivating. The actress incorporates hip-hop music into her workouts, citing Lizzo, Rihanna, and '90s hip-hop as her current favorites. Aniston's recent photoshoot promoting her collaboration with fitness brand Pvolve showcased her remarkably toned midsection, a testament to her commitment to a balanced fitness routine.

Muscles! On Tuesday the 54-year-old TV and movie actress was seen flashing her midsection in a bra top and leggings for new images to promote her collaboration with Pvolve

The collaboration with Pvolve followed Aniston's back injury two years ago. She credits the program with helping her strengthen and restore her body through its on-demand classes. Aniston shared her positive experience with friends, highlighting the program's user-friendly nature and the transformative impact it had on her girlfriend's body and overall well-being.

Maintaining her physique in her 50s, Aniston has implemented mindful practices into her lifestyle. She starts her day with warm lemon water and engages in intermittent fasting, following a version of the 16:8 diet. Changing up her workout routine is a key aspect of her fitness regimen, as she aims to surprise her muscles and maintain engagement. Aniston enjoys various workouts, including Rise Nation's fitness climbing cardio classes and yoga. She also treats herself to a weekly mini facial and finds solace in meditation and writing.

Health first: The 5ft5in cover girl admitted that she keeps her diet in check by starting her day off with warm lemon water and she also takes climbing classes on her stair climber. But the best part of her day is the time she sets aside to meditate, she said, Seen in 2019

While Aniston's dedication to fitness and overall wellness is evident, she also values finding balance and appreciating the present moment. The actress cherishes simple activities like organizing her home, doing dishes, and spending time with her dogs. Aniston's journey serves as an inspiration for embracing a holistic approach to health and well-being at any age.


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