Jennifer Aniston Talks About Breaking Her Body From Working Out And How She Hates When People Say She Looks Great For Her Age
Jennifer Aniston has partnered with a home fitness brand called Pvolve, and she’s talking to InStyle and British Vogue to promote that shit. Apparently, Pvolve’s whole thing is exercising without pushing yourself to the point of exhaustion/injury/death. 54-year-old Jennifer says this approach appealed to her cuz her old fitness routine used to be so intense she eventually “burnt out and broke my body.” Ugh, so relatable. That’s, like, my main issue with fitness. I simply go too hard and too long. I’m definitely not one of those losers who joined a gym in January, went once a week for three months, and then stopped going because “the weather got nice, so maybe I’ll take up jogging” (and, no, this hypothetical schlub did not take up jogging).
It’s been a minute since we last heard about Richard Simmons and his, um, unusual situation at home. But, as always, when times get tough, Richard swoops in, wearing his best lycra micro-shorts and sequined tank, to save the day. As everybody is locked away in self-isolation, the need for living room calisthenics has never been higher. And fortunately, in the past three weeks, Richard (or, more likely, Richard’s team) has uploaded a bunch of vintage workout videos to his YouTube page––the site’s first uploads in more than 6 years!
Ever wonder why Mark Whalberg turned into an uptight spoiled sport who hates fun or why his face is the way it is? Well, you try waking up at 2:30 AM to hit the gym while subsisting on three grapes and sidewalk chalk flavored protein shakes and see how ebullient you feel! According to Page Six, Mahky Mahk answered his fans burning questions about his physique on Instagram, and surprisingly, they weren’t all about his alleged involvement in a steroids ring.