Thor Actor Reveals How He Builds Muscle Without Weights

Chris Hemsworth has put on more muscle than he ever has over the past year and a half, while getting sufficiently jacked up enough to believably play the role of a pro wrestler in the Hulk Hogan biopic. Hemsworth has also gone out of his comfort zone, both mentally and physically, in the upcoming documentary series called Limitless, which will explore the wide-ranging methods that are used all over the world to live a healthier, longer and happier life.

The Australian actor has received support in his progress from his trainer Luke Zocchi, who has helped him stay on the right track with his muscle gains via some highly intense boxing and prowler workouts, and a diet that is made up of up to eight high protein meals each day. Zocchi is also a part of the team behind Centr, Chris Hemsworth’s health and wellness phone app which includes meal plans, workouts and guided meditations all created to optimize the recovery and progress in your fitness goals.

Chris Hemsworth is currently offering to give 1,000 lifetime memberships to Centr for free and has also been promoting the app’s services through some samples of various workouts on his Instagram account. After demonstrating the 20-minute bodyweight work out this past week, he has just released a new “bonus” exercise video that takes half of the time and that is a lower impact work out, but that he promises will get more difficult on the second round of the exercise. Zocchi has taken the lead in the video and is seen instructing Chris Hemsworth through each of the work outs, try and attempt the routine for yourself.

The “No Limit” Centr Bodyweight Workout

Perform each exercise for about 40 seconds, and then take a rest for 20 seconds prior to moving onto the next exercise. Then run through the circuit for a second time. It will feel a lot more challenging on round two, but the whole thing will be completed in 10 minutes. Do the Mountain climbers for 40 seconds then some Squats for another 40 seconds followed by Plank shoulder taps, Reverse lunges, and Bicycle sit-ups.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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