Jennifer Garner Annihilated a Box Jump Workout in an Instagram Video

Photo credit: Mike Coppola - Getty Images
Photo credit: Mike Coppola - Getty Images

Jennifer Garner really can do it all. She’s an incredible actress, fun mom, and, apparently, professional-status box jumper.

The 13 Going On 30 actress showed off some impressive moves on Instagram while doing a workout this weekend. Garner, 50, shows everyone just how strong and limber she is as she leaps from the ground onto a box that is 33 inches high. In her caption, Garner writes, “33” is very tall. 🐸”

Garner starts the video by doing a test jump and landing on her knees on the box, but she immediately gets back up to try it again. The second time around, she crushes it.

Of course, her IG followers and lots of her celeb friends were really impressed, with one person commenting, “Bravaaaaaaa👏👏👏👏,” and another adding, “Kapow👏!!” A third complimented Garner's professional athlete-level skills: "HOPS🔥."

The star’s gym game should come as no surprise, though, because she's been sharing a lot of her training videos on the 'gram. And her strong legs are proof of her dedication to the box jump game.

Garner's trainer, Beth Nicely, founder of The Limit, a dance workout method, describes the actress as someone who "likes to work really hard; she's very, very strong," she told Shape. Nicely also literally called Garner "a professional athlete in what she's capable of physically."

During their typical workout routines, Nicely and Garner tend to do a variation of plyometric box jumps, strength training arm exercises, and plank variations, Shape reported.

Garner is constantly pushing herself, though. In one IG workout video, Garner uses various-sized boxes and a trampoline to target her full body. Her first exercise involves jumping on 12 inch and 18 inch boxes, working her quads and glutes. The way she just soars on top of them is honestly wild.

Garner then breaks up the boxes to put two 18 inch tall boxes next to each other with a narrow space between them. She jumps up to the side, down to the middle, and up again before changing directions and doing the whole thing all over again.

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