Jennifer Aniston has posed for a sporty photoshoot for Vital Proteins after landing a brand new role with the brand.
The Friends star posed for their campaign promoting an active lifestyle after landing the position of Chief Creative Officer.
The 51-year-old looks incredible in a series of athletic outfits while taking part in various exercise activities.
In one photo Jen, wearing a green crop top and leggings, looks focused as she goes for a run, her long ponytail artfully flying out behind her as she moves. Another glamorous shot shows the Morning Show star sitting in a yoga pose on a man, effortlessly turning her body in a way we have to confess we’d struggle with.
Having done all that hard work it’s important to stop for a rest, and Jennifer does just that in a third incredible photo where she stands in a park casually tying back her hair.
Dressed in a white crop-top and black leggings, the actress stares up as she catches her breath without even the slightest bit of a sweat on.
The star recently announced she had joined Vital Proteins, which she regularly uses.
In a message on her Instagram Jen stressed the importance of ‘finding wellness from the inside out’.
She said: ‘I’m so excited to (finally) announce that I’m joining @vitalproteins as the Chief Creative Officer.
‘Years ago I started using Vital Proteins regularly…so when the opportunity presented itself to be a part of the brand in a bigger way, I jumped on it.
‘I’ve always been an advocate for finding wellness from the inside out – and I’m so happy to share the importance of collagen. #StayVital’.
The Screen Actors Guild-winning actress posted photos of herself cuddling up to her haul of Vital Proteins goodies which included a water bottle and collagen water.
She has recently re-joined Reese Witherspoon on the set of The Morning Show as filming kicks off for season two.
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