Chris Hemsworth, at 39 years old, remains one of the most spectacular physicists in the world of cinema. It’s been many years since he’s been in this position, and he doesn’t seem to have the intention of ending it.
Training, specific diets… There are many conditions to take into account if you want to have a body similar to that of Elsa Pataky’s husband. A clear example is intermittent fasting that you do for a few weeks, then eat 10 meals a day with a total of 4,500 calories. But what is all that Chris Hemsworth does to achieve the physique that he possesses?
Chris Hemsworth’s workout
“Good little session. Finishing strong with some core“, is the description of his last video published on social networks where he is seen giving his all in one of his training sessions.
The exercises he performs range from squats on a balance pad, push-ups maintaining balance and bringing the legs to the elbows or pull-ups to boxing with a heavy bag.
According to the magazine Mens’ Health, Chris performs 10 rounds of the following exercises:
- Biceps curl: 10 repetitions
- Overhead press: 10 repetitions
- Triceps Extensions: 10 repetitions
- Squats: 10 repetitions (types of squats and how to do them well)
- Lunges: 10 repetitions
- Incline Row: 10 reps
- Standing Twists: 10 repetitions
Chris Hemsworth’s diet
But it’s not enough just to train, food is also necessary and Chris knows it. The Spanish Sergio Perera takes care of his diet and gave an interview to the Daily Mail where he explained how the actor works: “Working with Chris is a real wonder; he is very committed to his training and nutrition.”
“For example, when it’s time to gain weight, we increase the amount of protein in your diet. For example, with 200 grams of grilled steak, a couple of eggs fried with extra virgin olive oil and a few slices of paleo bread”the chef went on to explain, detailing the diet that Chris follows to prepare for his roles and maintain his physique between films.
“Also have a green smoothie made up of plant-based protein powder, spirulina, fresh kale, mint, frozen mango, olive oil, and sea salt,” she said.