Jennifer Garner has an enviable body and she recently revealed her personal workout and diet plans in keeping her fitness top-notch.
Garner, 45, sat down with Wired to answer the most searched questions about her on the internet. With her amazing body, especially after three children, it's unsurprising that there are a lot of people curious about Garner's exercise and eating habits.
Fitness Routine, Diet For Staying In Shape
The Love, Simon actress is often seen attending the Body by Simone workouts in Los Angeles, a report from ET Online observed.
"I did it this morning," Garner says. "It's a dance cardio, weights, trampoline, all kinds of different things, really fun, high energy, super hard, but you can do it, workout."
The Body by Simone signature workouts include Dance Cardio, Full Body, ABC (Arms, Back, Core), HTB (Hips, Thighs, Buns), and the Trampoline Cardio, according to their website. With the comprehensive and targeted classes, it's no wonder Garner is fit and fabulous. Body by Simone classes are available in Los Angeles and New York City.
Back in October 2017, Garner shared a video on Instagram that she captioned as the "Recipe for Turning a Mom Back into Action Lady." In the clip, she's seen going through her Body by Simone routine that included time for dancing, boxing, trampoline time, and more.
Of course, diet is also a big part of her fitness routine as Garner admits that she's only able to stick with one diet plan: Be Well by Kelly.
While she began following Kelly LeVeque's diet tips for a part in a movie that required a certain look from her, the actress continued with it even after shooting after genuinely liking it.
Jennifer Garner's Trainer Shares 15-Minute Workout
Celebrity trainer Valerie Waters, who counts Garner as one of her clients, also shared a 15-minute cardio workout that can help busy (or broke) people shed a bit of weight. The trainer talked to Self last January about the routine and the ease with which regular fitness enthusiasts can fit into their regular schedule.
"Practically anybody can do this workout," Waters explains about the quick circuit that specifically targets the legs, abs, and glutes. "You just need six square feet, your bodyweight, and a good attitude ... it's hard enough that you'll get results but not so hard that you'll want to quit."