Chris Hemsworth Offers 6 Weeks of Free Virtual Workouts To Help Cope & Stay Fit During This Long Social Isolation

Chris Hemsworth Offers 6 Weeks of Free Virtual Workouts To Help Cope & Stay Fit During This Long Social Isolation

The "Thor" actor believes that the three pillars of to living healthier and happier likes are movement, nutrition, and mental fitness.

While self-isolated people across the world struggle with finding something to do at home for the next 3-6 weeks some people have come up with innovative ways to spend the time. For instance, various websites are offering free courses in topics ranging from musical instruments to photography.

This period, when we are all stuck at home, can also take a toll on your mental and physical health. However, we can take control of those by practicing meditation or other techniques to center ourselves. For physical health, there are multiple free YouTube videos and also some specialized websites, such as the one Hollywood hunk Chris Hemsworth is offering.

According to Insider, The Thor actor is making being at home with his power moves on his app, for which access will be free for six weeks at least, he declared on Instagram. In the post, he said, "Hi there all, during this period of self-isolation and uncertainty, I am offering six weeks of my health and fitness program @Centrfit for FREE! Go to centr.com and sign-up. Centr was founded to make health and happiness accessible to all, and I hope that this will make that access even easier during the current global health crisis," he said. After all, what's better than focussing on health during a health crisis.


Having a workout partner in one of the hottest men in Hollywood might give inspiration to many people. "I think now more than ever is when we need to focus on what I believe to be the 3 key pillars to living healthier and happier- movement, nutrition, and mental fitness. In recent weeks Centr has seen a groundswell of support from our customers and communities, with thousands of members around the world coming together and sharing how the program has brought them positivity and support during these difficult times," the Men in Black: International actor added in the post.


However, this social-distancing-friendly offer is available only for new users. The Ghostbusters actor often posts photos of himself with his brother, Liam, and wife, Elsa Pataky, working out and making the most of this downtime. Seeing how he puts in time for keeping his body healthy even when he can't step out of the house is an inspiration for many of us. It also helps that he is easy on the eyes.

His fans reacted to the announcement and many thanked him for taking the initiative. "Legend!!! Thanks for keeping the healthy positive vibes alive!!!" said one person. Another added, "Let’s do this! And become Chris Hemsworthy!"


In a recent post, he said that the Centr 6 program on the app is a mixture of functional strength and cardio workouts. "All you need is a set of delicious dumbbells, half a cup of motivation and a sprinkle of good old fashioned arghhhhhhhh!!! Goes like this:-6 exercises, 6 reps, 6 rounds across a 6 week block, pop in the oven and enjoy the new shredded you," said the star, making it sound incredibly easy.


Last seen in Men in Black: International, the actor had taken a break from work to spend more time with his two kids in Australia's Byron Bay. In December 2019, he said that he was taking six to eight months to be home with his family, wife Elsa Pataky and their kids India, seven, and six-year-old twins Sasha and Tristan. 

"I had a real, sort of, come down off the back of that press tour for Avengers and it was the most intense three weeks," he explained. "I realised that for so long I’d been sort of looking to the future and chasing what next… and then it hit me that, well, this is it. The thing that I’ve worked for and dreamed of doing, and I’ve just got to enjoy this moment," said the father-of-three, as per Metro UK.


While in Australia, he has also been supporting those who have been working towards rehabilitation of wildlife and humans affected by the bushfires. He and his family donated a million dollars to the cause and urged others to donate too.