Jennifer Garner showed off one of the the tool that has helped her keep her fab figure over the years.
On Sunday the Hollywood leading lady was spotted while out on an intense run with one of her gal pals in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, which isn’t far from where she lives with her three children.
The former Alias star would also flaunt her fit physique in skin-tight black leggings and a matching tank top that also hugged her upper body.
She also donned a pair of black running sneakers, dark sunglasses and had her long dark brown locks pulled up into a bun, as the temperature soared up to 95 degrees Fahrenheit
Just in case she was in need of a cover-up, the Houston, Texas native tied a plaid red and black shirt around her waist, as she and her friend made their way around the suburban streets.
Hitting it hard: Jennifer Garner, 51, didn’t let a rise in the mercury stop her from getting in an intense runs with a friend through her Brentwood neighborhood in Los Angeles on Sunday
Taking notice of the admiring photographer, Garner, 51, gave a quick glance and smile, all while never breaking her fast pace and stride.
Her lady friend followed close behind, as the duo ran along sidewalks, through a park, and on trails, despite the scorching heat.
At times, the Dallas Buyers Club star kept up a consistent pace with her running, but then there were moments when she did some sprints, which is the best way to keep up a solid cardio program.
Garner just finished up shooting the upcoming film, Family, Leave alongside Ed Helms, which is being directed by Joseph McGinty Nichol, aka McG, from a script by Victoria Strouse with current revisions by Chris Shafer and Paul Vicknair, according to Variety.
Based on the book Bedtime For Mommy by Amy Krouse-Rosenthal, Family Leave follows Jess (Garner) and Bill Walker (Helms), who are doing their best to keep their family connected as their children grow older, more independent and more distant.
When a chance encounter with an astrological reader causes the family to wake up to a full body switch, on the morning of the most important day of each of their lives, the Walkers must unite to land a promotion, college interview, record deal and soccer tryout.
The cast also includes Rita Moreno, Matthias Schweighöfer, Bashir Salahuddin, Ilia Isorelýs Paulino, Fortune Feimster, Xosha Roquemore, Paul Scheer, King Bach aka Andrew Bachelor, Pete Holmes, Naomi Ekperigin, Dan Finnerty, Cyrus Arnold and Vanessa Carrasco.
This will mark Garner’s fourth major title for Netflix following her voice role in Llama Llama, Yes Day, and 2022’s The Adam Project, where she starred alongside Ryan Reynolds and Mark Ruffalo, according to What’s On Netflix.
Scorcher: The actress flaunted her fit physique in black leggings and tank top while running through the suburban streets with the temperature topping at 95 degrees Fahrenheit
In demand: The Texas native just finished shooting Family, Leave alongside Ed Helms, which is being directed by Joseph McGinty Nichol, aka McG; she’s also been promoting her two TV series, Party Down and The Last Thing He Told Me
Garner is coming off the promotional push for her last two jobs: season three of the revival Starz sitcom Party Down and The Last Thing He Told Me, the new thriller series for Apple TV+.
The actress is actually a newcomer to the Party Down cast, 13 years after the original version of the show was canceled.
She played the lead role in The Last Thing He Told Me, alongside Angourie Rice, Aisha Tyler, Augusto Aguilera and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, which premiered in April and only just wrapped up its seven episodes on May 19.
Along with the still-thriving acting career, Garner also keeps up with the daily business dealings of her fresh baby food company Once Upon A Farm, which she co-founded with John Foraker in 2018.
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