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Jennifer Aniston reveals the secret behind her age-defying figure

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Jennifer Aniston's age-defying figure has been the envy of women all over the world, and now the former Friends actress has revealed the secret to maintaining her toned physique.The soon-to-be-married actress, 44, says that she had been using a 28-day calorie-busting program called 'Yogalosophy' to get her into shape for her latest film, We’re The Millers, in which the Los Angeles-born star bares all in revealing lingerie in front of the camera. Other famous fans of the new fitness fad include Jennifer's friend, Courteney Cox and actress Kate Beckinsale.


At the basis of this limb-bending exercise regime is a combination of yoga and toning exercises which were put together by Jennifer's longstanding friend and personal instructor, Mandy Ingber, who spoke to ABC News about the star's fitness plan.The duo reportedly work out using Mandy's exercises three times a week which the fitness guru says is "a good baseline for anything that you want to do regularly."As Jen prepares to tie the knot with Justin Theroux, the star has admitted that yoga is helping her to keep calm. "Yoga helps you prepare for everything," she told E!. "Honestly it's like meditation. It just allows anything that is coming at you throughout the day to be kind of doable." Quizzed on Jennifer's best moves to tone up, Mandy also reported on ABC that "The tree pose is Jen's favourite"."She's really good at it," she continued. "It's the ability to be able to find your sense of focus in the middle of a lot that's going on. It runs right through the centre of the body. That's how Jen gets those abs. It's all core."Mandy also explained that "the thing about yoga is that once you start, developing that mindfulness and that sense of connection to your body, you just want to make healthier choices". She noted that, while yoga is helpful, Jennifer is also committed to her cardiovascular exercises such as running and interval training, in addition to maintaining a healthy approach to the rest of her lifestyle. "I think that's important, too," Mandy said before listing Yogalosophy's fitness philosophy in five key objectives:

1. Love your body.2. Set short-term goals.3. Make healthy lifestyle choices.4. Visualise yourself at your best.5. Give and receive support.

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