Chris Hemsworth’s impressive diet and training routine

Chris Hemsworth, at 39, still has one of the most spectacular physiques in the world of cinema. He’s been in this position for many years now, and doesn’t seem to have any intention of stopping.

Training, specific diets… There are many key factors to take into account if you want to have a body similar to that of Elsa Pataky‘s husband. A clear example is the intermittent fasting he does for a few weeks, and then eating 10 meals a day with a total of 4,500 calories, but what does Chris Hemsworth do to get the physique he has?

Chris Hemsworth’s workout

“Good little session. Finishing strong with some core,” is the description of his latest video posted on social media where he is seen giving it his all in one of his workouts.

The exercises he performs range from squats on a balance cushion, push-ups while keeping his balance and bringing his legs to his elbows to pull-ups to boxing with a bag.

According to Mens’ Health magazine, Chris performs 10 rounds of the following exercises:

  • Biceps curl: 10 repetitions
  • Overhead press: 10 reps
  • Triceps extensions: 10 reps
  • Squats: 10 reps (the types of squats and how to do them well)
  • Lunges: 10 repetitions
  • Bent over rowing: 10 repetitions
  • Standing Twists: 10 reps

Chris Hemsworth’s diet

But it’s not enough just to train, nutrition is also necessary and Chris knows it. Spaniard Sergio Perera is in charge of his nutrition and gave an interview to the Daily Mail where he explained how the actor works.

“Working with Chris is wonderful as he’s very committed to his training and nutrition,” Perera told FEMAIL.

“He’s so much fun to work with as he works hard. Whenever he has to gain weight, we increase his protein intake quite a bit. For example, he might have 200 grams of grilled steak with a couple of extra virgin olive oil fried eggs and a few slices of paleo bread.

“An hour and a half later, we’d follow this up with a green smoothie consisting of plant-based protein powder, spirulina, fresh kale, mint, frozen mango, olive oil and sea salt.”

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