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Jennifer Aniston's Workout Sounds Like a Piece of Gluten-Free Cake

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InStyle interviewed Jennifer Aniston's trainer Mandy Ingber on how the actress does the fitness. According to Ingber:

"I work out with [Aniston] about three times a week, and we'll start off warming up with a cardio routine," Ingber says. "And then we'll go into a yoga routine." Cardio will usually be 20 to 25 minutes of spinning followed by 45 minutes of yoga, incorporating sun salutations, warrior II, triangle, and other standing poses.

For normals, that may sound like quite a lot. But for former Rachels, this sounds like a leisurely walk in the park. Three days? Nada. But Ingber also noted that Aniston "likes plank as well, because plank will work with the abs, or the forearm plank, so any variation on the plank or the forearm plank." For the uninitiated, that's the hard pose, the one that hurts the abs. Head over to InStyle for more on Aniston's snack habits, meditation habits, and general life habits.