AceShowbiz - Jennifer Aniston has proudly flaunted her toned abs in a new social media post. The actress portraying Rachel Green on "Friends" proved that she has been maintaining her fit physique at the age of 54 years old.
In a video published by the official Instagram account of @Pvolve on Monday, November 20, the star could be seen showing off her toned abs in a gray sports bra top and a pair of long dark gray leggings. She also donned a pair of white sneakers with matching laces.
To accessorize the look, Jennifer put on a pair of sparkling simple earrings. In addition, her long blonde hair was styled into loose waves and let loose while her bangs were styled into a sleek ponytail. She looked fresh with her seemingly minimal makeup, including glossy lipstick, and polished her fingernails in white color.
In the footage, Jennifer was striking a number of poses with the brands founder Rachel Katzman. At one point, she was documented wrapping one of her arms around Rachel's shoulder. In the meantime, Rachel placed her hand on Jennifer's back. Near the end of the clip, the two were filmed sharing a friendly hug.
It did not take long for the post to be flooded with positive online responses from Instagram users. In the comments section, one in particular gushed, "Body goals," adding a slew of flame emojis. Another joined in, "Jen smiling is a medicine for meeee." A third exclaimed, "Aww we just LOVE this partnership with ALL our heart!!!"
Jennifer, who has been in a partnership with the home workout brand that provides "functional fitness" workouts and equipment, has talked about her workout routine. Speaking to InStyle, she shared, "When you're in a mindset of, 'I need to do 45 minutes of cardio or I won't get a good workout,' it's daunting. I believed it for so long. I just burnt out and broke my body."
"I much prefer working out with friends," the actress continued. "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."