Can a Real Girl Get Jennifer Aniston's Yoga Body?
Before you sign up for those spendy yoga classes or personal training sessions, look at what the famous "Friend's" at-home yoga workout did for our writer
Out of left field, a friend remarks that I seem unusually "peppy" and I clue her in to my new workout regimen. Yoga expert Puja tells me that exercise increases endorphin levels (those "happy hormones") and the breath-work of yoga oxygenates the blood, which reenergizes the body. Exercise also helps me sleep better, so I have more energy the next day. And the mental concentration and connected movement between body and breath in yoga increases mental alertness, which is why I'm feeling more on top of things at the office.
Who needs Red Bull when you've got yoga?
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