Jennifer Aniston shows incredible flexibility in videos that will amaze


Rebecca Lewis

Jennifer Aniston left fans speechless after showing off her incredible flexibility in a fun new video. The actress was featured in the short video enjoying yoga, holding a side plank, and lifting her leg at a ninety degree angle.

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But the video was then cut to the animated puppy Clydeo – created by Invisible Universe and endorsed by Jennifer – who praised her flexibility before attempting to copy her but lost his balance and fell over. “Sooooooo close, @callmeclydeo,” Jennifer captioned the video.

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WATCH: Jennifer Aniston shows incredible flexibility in yoga video

“The best way to start the day,” commented one fan, while others sent laughing emojis and one joked: “I can do that too.”

Clydeo is a chef and aspiring food blogger who lives with Jennifer in Los Angeles. The character resembles Jens real dog Clyde.

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“Bringing my newest family member, Clydeo, to life was so fun. Developing an animated character and developing the plot is a first for me, but I’m looking forward to everyone getting to know him! ”She said in a statement in early December.

Invisible Universe aims to create “the next 100 year old animated franchise” and has been dubbed “the Pixar of the Internet” using social media platforms and collaborations with well-known names, including Karlie Kloß.

Jennifer with one of her dogs, Lord Chesterfield

Serena Williams‘Animated Baby Qai Qai was the first character to hit the market and was inspired by the tennis player’s daughter’s doll of the same name.

Jennifer is known for playing Rachel Green in the hit 90s comedy friends, but admitted that the cast were “naive” when they went on the latest reunion special, and even went so far as to say that revisiting the sitcom’s set brought back memories of the “toughest times” of their lives .

Friends reunion

The cast reunited recently

“Time travel is tough,” she said, talking about NYC in the 1990s.

“I think we were just so naive and thought, ‘How fun is this going to be? You put the sets back together exactly as they were. ‘ Then you get there and it’s like, ‘Oh, right, I didn’t think about what was going on the last time I was here.’ “

She added: “It was all very shocking and of course you have cameras everywhere and I’m a bit emotionally accessible, you could say, I had to get out in some places. I don’t know how they handle it. “

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