Fit &amp Jennifer Garner’s Weekly Routine to Stay; Fuel Mom Life | Game Plan | Women’s Health

Fit &amp Jennifer Garner’s Weekly Routine to Stay; Fuel Mom Life | Game Plan | Women’s Health
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It’s hateful.  Ugh!  Hi, I’m Jennifer Garner here with Women’s Health.  I’m ready to break down my seven day game plan,  the things I do Monday to Sunday  to help me stay fit, feel good, keep up with my kids,  keep up with my life, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera.  (upbeat music)  It’s Monday and the first thing I do without fail  is I have a cup of coffee and I do an early workout.  That workout is the limit.  The limit fit with Beth Nicely  and I work out with her over Zoom.  It’s a mixture of dance cardio,  plyometrics and strength training. 

Fitness

She has a really smart way of just asking more from you  and of building your cardiovascular fitness  and building your strength.  It’s not about how you look,  it’s not about how you fit into clothes,  it is about your own strength and about pushing yourself  further than you think you can go.  It’s hateful.  Ugh!  But it’s not so hateful that you just think,  okay, I never wanna do it again.  When it’s over, I am racing, trying to run down the stairs  or jump in the shower or whatever I need to do  to be ready to get my kids to school. 

Teenagers

They come tearing down the stairs, racing out the door.  We have two teenagers and a fifth grader,  three kids at three schools, two different buses.  I need to get them all into the car  and just start parceling them off at different places  and it is every bit the disaster  that every mom is imagining it to be.  It’s Tuesday and yep, it’s the same workout.  That workout happens every day unless there’s a reason.  I have the same lunch every day.  I have a big fat salad like Elaine in “Seinfeld.”  How she always says, “I want a big salad,”  and it’s got everything. 

 

 

 


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