Chris Hemsworth’s Latest Workout ‘Ramps Up the Intensity’ With Supersets – Men’s Health

Chris Hemsworth’s Latest Workout ‘Ramps Up the Intensity’ With Supersets – Men’s Health

Chris Hemsworth regularly posts his workouts to Instagram, showing off the inordinate amount of muscle he packed on for the upcoming Marvel sequel Thor: Love and Thunder in a one-two punch of thirst trap and fitspo content. But in addition to the physically grueling boxing and sled training sessions, Hemsworth also shares more accessible routines from his Centr health and fitness app, from beginner bodyweight workouts to more challenging upper body programs.

He has just shared another full workout on Instagram, demonstrating each move alongside his trainer, Centr fitness coach Luke Zocchi, and his stunt double Bobby Holland Hanton, who spent most of last year trying to keep up with the actor’s godlike gains while filming Love and Thunder.

This routine consists of five supersets, each of which consists of one dumbbell exercise and one bodyweight move, to “ramp up the intensity”:

  • dumbbell floor press (12 reps) and pushups (8 reps)
  • dumbbell double squats (10 reps) and air squats (8 reps)
  • skull crushers (12 reps) and tricep pushups (5 reps)
  • reverse lunge to curl (12 reps) and jump lunges (8 reps)
  • dumbbell deadlift (12 reps) and burpees (8 reps)

    Take 20 seconds of rest between each superset, and perform the entire circuit a total of 4 times.

    One benefit of doing supersets is that it keeps your heart rate up, helping to burn fat. Another more practical advantage is that it shortens the time you’re spending on a workout. So whether you’re Chris Hemsworth himself with a busy movie star’s packed schedule, or just a regular guy just trying to fit in a quick session after work, pairing up your exercises can be a useful tactic.

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