As far as specific workouts go? Azubuike says they mix it up and try a bit of everything, which ensures Jen's body is still being challenged no matter how many times she goes to the gym.
"We box, we jump rope, we do strength training, we do a lot of work with resistance bands—we’re big on resistance bands," he says. "We rotate these things so it’s always hard, she’s consistently being challenged—I’m a big fan of switching things up, so the body reacts in a positive way and changes."
Azubuike adds that Aniston loves boxing and core work. "Every core exercise I throw at her, she dominates it," he says. "She can hold a two- or three-minute plank rather easily."
As for food, Azubuike encourages Jen and all his clients to eat nutrient-rich foods, stay hydrated and to opt for healthy fats. "I love avocados, coconut oil, salmon, fish oil—anything that’s a good form of fat is great," he says. For carbs and protein, he notes that everyone needs a different intake in their daily diet to fuel an active lifestyle. "For me, I stick to 1.7 grams of carbs and 2 grams of protein per my kilo weight to support muscle-building."
That's it, we're moving to Santa Monica and buying a pair of boxing gloves on the way.
This article originally appeared on marie claire Australia