January Jones, 44, just revealed her ultra-defined legs in a brand new Instagram post.
The actress rocks pale pink ruffles and a plunge neckline while posing in the warm spring weather.
Lagree Pilates classes and a diet filled with organic meats and veggies help January feel her best.
January Jones is having a full Elle Woods moment over on Instagram, and her followers are so here for it. The 44-year-old actress showed off her killer legs in a super short, pale pink frock—either a swimsuit or a dress, depending on how you look at it.
"Mixed messages I know," January captioned the snap. "Is it a dress or a swimsuit, is it baby doll or hot granny, (also I realize I’m too pale to be in the sun but it’s morning and I’m headed straight inside)."
TBH, people in the comments didn't seem to care.
"Anything is a dress if you just believe in it hard enough. That goes double for swimsuits," one user wrote. Someone else added, "It’s fabulous ❤️," which is really all this 'fit needs:
Wondering what the secret is behind January's super strong lower bod? While she's a total fitness fanatic now, the actress wasn't always a fan of exercise.
Growing up, her father was a personal trainer: "In my 20s and 30s, I didn’t work out, because he was always pushing my sisters, my mom, and me to exercise. We would rebel and not do it,” January told Shape.
"I would lie and say I was exercising in my hotel room, when actually I was watching Friends and having full tea service," she said.
But after she had her son Xander, January's outlook on fitness totally changed. She wanted to boost her core strength and improve her posture while carrying a toddler around—so she started taking barre and Pilates classes, per Shape.
Flash forward to today, and January is a huge fan of Lagree Pilates, a slightly slower version of regular Pilates. She goes anywhere from two to four times a week and loves the muscle she's gained as a result.
“Lagree is quite difficult, but I’ve found that it’s the only thing that really makes me feel stronger," she said.
January added that she enjoys classes more than private lessons. Having people on either side of her helps motivate her to push herself harder. Now, "I find myself looking forward to it more than I’ve ever looked forward to a workout,” she shared with Shape.
As for her diet, January doesn't follow a specific meal plan.
“I don’t deprive myself of anything," she said. "If I want something—steak, a bagel—I’ll eat it. There’s no diet or strict set of rules.”
Her mornings start with a tall glass of celery juice, which the actress says helps her energy, digestion, complexion, and sleep. Next up is a cup of coffee, her vitamins, and a banana before she's off to a Lagree class. For a morning snack, January reaches for a MacroBar.
Lunch is usually a soup, salad, or sandwich at around 11:30. For dinner, she gets creative in the kitchen: "I love to cook for my son and me. For dinner, we like salmon with french fries, and we make pasta frequently," she told Shape.
And, she's all about organic foods. "No antibiotics or hormones in meats is really important to me, and so is eating sustainable fish. I don’t want to be that annoying person in the restaurant who’s like, ‘Where’s this fish from?’ But I do it anyway.”
Smart and super savvy.
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