Chris Hemsworth’s Fitness Secret: That’s His Full-Body, Toned Workout

Now it’s confirmed: Chris Hemsworth will play the villain in the new film “Furiosa” from the prequel to “Mad Max”. But how does the actor stay in shape between takes? receives a commission from the retailer for certain links in this article. All links relevant to mediation have a
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On Instagram, Chris Hemsworth not only provides information about his private life and professional career, but also about his disciplined workouts.

For this 38-year-old man, sport is an important part of a healthy and balanced life. Consequently, despite the long days of filming, he allows at least 60 minutes a day for extensive training.

repetitions and limits

His workouts are not about the amount of weights, but about the frequency of repetitions. Instead of doing a few heavy reps, the actor relies on a mix of resistance and strength training. This not only improves the execution of the movement, but also promotes muscle metabolism and optimizes speed.

Once you feel comfortable with a certain weight, you can push yourself beyond your limits with additional reps.

This is what training looks like

All you need for Chris Hemsworth’s full body power and strength workout is a medicine ball.

  • Right swipe – 5x: For this exercise, stand about 30 to 50 cm from the wall with your right shoulder. Hold the medicine ball in both hands and rotate it to the left. With a quick movement you throw the ball against the wall on the right.
  • Left Punches – 5x: Here you do exactly the same thing, only you stand with your left shoulder against the wall and consequently turn to the right.
  • Hit – 5x: Stand with your feet shoulder width apart and your knees slightly bent. Hold the medicine ball with both hands. Reach over your head and throw the ball in front of you with momentum.
  • Front Squats – 5x: The difference from regular squats is that you hold the medicine ball in front of your chest with both hands so you have more weight as you squat.
  • Pushups – 5x per side: Instead of supporting yourself with both hands on the ground, place one hand on the ball and then do push-ups. Always switch sides.
  • Crunches – 5x: In principle, you do a normal sit-up with this exercise. However, you hold the medicine ball with both hands on your chest. Every time you lift your upper body, you stretch your arms and the ball up.
  • Russian twists – 5x per side: Sit on your butt and hold the ball of weights in front of your abdomen. Raise your slightly bent legs a few inches off the ground. Then turn your torso and the ball in one direction, briefly touch the ground with the ball, and then quickly turn the other way.

The first set is already done. Now take a two minute break and repeat the exercises three more times.

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