Chris Hemsworth the Thor: Life Style, Workout and Diet


Chris Hemsworth was born 11th of August 1983 in Melbourne, Australia. He’s married to Spanish actress Elsa Pataky with 3 children (a daughter born in May 2012, twin sons born in March 2014). He lives in Byron Bay in Australia with his family. He says “The challenge is always trying to find the balance of working and being with family, I think that goes for anyone in this type of business that moves this much and travels this much. My family is very important to me I had an amazing childhood and lovely, brilliant parents. They shaped who I am.” His two brothers (Luke and Liam) are also actors.

Hemsworth is one of the highest-paid actors in the world. He appeared in Forbes‘ World’s Highest Paid Actors list in 2014, 2015 and 2018. Additionally, he ranked 31st in the magazine’s list of Highest Paid Celebrities in 2018 and 24th in 2019 with estimated earnings of $76.4 million.

Chris Hemsworth Career and Films:

Even Hemsworth began his career by appearing in several television series (in 2002); portraying James T. Kirk’s father, George Kirk, in the opening scenes of  J. J. Abrams’ film Star Trek on  2009 was his big step to the cinema. Hemsworth play Sam in 2010  Ca$h alongside English actor Sean Bean, which was the first film he shot( 6 weeks after  he arrived) in the United States. He got good reviews in  different times  from Josh Tyler, Paul Young from Screen Rant and Stephen Milburn Anderson about  his films Star Trek, A Perfect Getaway and Ca$h.

Hemsworth’s great breakthrough came with Thor from Marvel Cinematic Universe;   he also nominated  for  Rising Star Award by British Academy  with this film on 2011.

Some of his other films are Avengers: Age of Ultron, The Huntsman: Winter’s War, Ghostbusters, Thor: Ragnarok12 Strong, Bad Times at the El Royale.

His latest films and  projects are Avengers: Endgame , Men in Black: International,  Dhaka, Jay and Silent Bob Reboott .

He won Teen Choice Awards as Choice Summer Movie Star: Male with The Avengers & Snow White and the Huntsman on 2012; MTV Movie Awards  for  Best Fight with The Avengers on 2013; People’s Choice Awards  as a Favorite Action Movie Actor with Avengers: Age of Ultron & In the Heart of the Sea;  Kids’ Choice Awards as a Favorite Movie Actor with Ghostbusters on 2017.

After appearing as Thor in the MCU franchise, Hemsworth’s physique gained attention from fans. He mostly shared his workout and diet plans for his movie characters with magazines like Men’s Health Magazine , GQ Magazine and videos on social media platforms like YouTube, Twitter,  Instagram account created the fitness app, Centr, which provides paid customers access to nutrition, wellness, and exercise routines.

Christ Hemsworth’s the Thor Ragnarok Workout:

He says “I’ve become more comfortable in my skin. And I’ve stopped trying to think about who I have to be, or what kind of personality I need to have to succeed in this business. I’ve learned to truly be myself. The roles I’ve taken on have shaped my physique. It just goes hand in hand with the parts I play.” “What I’ve been doing lately is a lot of functional training at home with limited equipment,” he says. “I do feel that if you work off a Tabata system or a HIIT style, I find that it’s makes for such better improvements and with the ease to get the workouts done.”

Tabata or HHIIT promotes getting heart rate up, burning fat and burning calories. The main difference is that Tabata completes in four-minute increments and completes with higher intensity than other HIIT exercises. Tabata’s rest period is also shorter, always lasting only 10 seconds.

Hemsworth attributes much of his success to a healthy lifestyle with a team of world-class experts in fitness, nutrition and wellness in to his app called Centr.

In his workouts the weightlifting is a key; adding a lot more movement, high- intensity circuits, flexibility and functional training brings his enormous size of transformation as a result.  

Thunder God Thor’s Hammer Circuit

According to Hemsworth his trainer, Luke Zocchi, is the best. He’s worked side-by-side with him and has made the program interesting on every level by keeping things unpredictable.

We found out how Chris Hemsworth Hammer Circuit looks for you to try.

Remember to use both hands as alternate from side to side.

1. Both Hands Hit:  Hit a big tire while holding a heavy hammer in both hands. This will improve the rotational strength in your shoulders and arms.

2. Single Arm Hit: Hit to a big tire with a light hammer. This will develop your hand, wrist, and shoulder stability.

3. Back Twisted Hit: Grip the lighter hammer with one hand, twist it behind your back before lifting it vertically; use just your triceps and slam it down on a tire.

4. Side Hits: Swing the hammer at a big tire from side to side. This will hit the hips and core while strengthening your midsection.

5. Cast Round Hammer: Hold a hammer in one hand, and then cast it around on your opposite shoulder, behind your head, taking it back to the upright position.

6. Overhead Squat Hit: Grab the hammer with both hands and bring it back over your head before hitting down on a tire while bending at the knees (Use a heavy hammer).

7. Double Handed Round: Bring the hammer from over your shoulder while dipping and perform a front lever with it. Bring it back.

Chris Hemsworth’s every day upper-body workout:

Rowing: 1 set, 5 min, rest a minute.

Chin up: 5 sets, 12 reps no rest.

Incline Press Up: 5 sets, 12 reps, rest 30 seconds.

Inverted Row: 5 sets, 12 reps no rest.

Wide Grip Scullcrusher : 5 sets, 12 reps , rest 30 seconds.

He has a stronger core because of doing a lot more pull-ups, push ups, weighted chest dip, barbell bench press, cable crunch, oblique crunch and more. In conjunction with the weightlifting, he also does a lot of timed battle ropes, kettle bells, throws with medicine balls, hanging raises, high-resistance cords -bungees and timed bear crawls. These all balance out the heavy weights.

Some Chris Hemsworth Workout Rules

  • Start slow
  • Take days off if you need to.
  • Get a personal trainer
  • No Distractions

Chris Hemsworth’s Diet

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Chris Hemsworth’s Diet Plan may change significantly in preparation for his varying roles from year-to- year. His physique certainly didn’t come overnight, and it couldn’t have been achieved without a proper diet plan.

His fitness trainer Luke Zocchi says “food is more important than training.” Chris Hemsworth’s diet plan is just as much about the “when” as it is about the “what.”

He believes it’s really important to keep variety in meals so you can get all nutrients for keeping your body healthy and get the results you’re after with those variety meals help. You find out so many more options for ‘healthy’ eating than you may realise with variety in meals too.

It’s obviously very high in protein and he eats 6 times a day. His protein sources are chicken breast, eggs, steak, fish and cheese. He says he adds more legumes and certain grains in his daily diet plan as well as vegetables and fruit.

Chris’ day always starts with a large green shake made up of 5-6 different types of leafy greens and vegetables, low-glycemic fruits, nuts, seeds, fats and small amounts of sea salt to aid in electrolyte balance. He also takes BCAAs with magnesium/zinc supplement every night before he goes to bed.

As carbohydrates steamed rice is Chris’ favourite, but he also eats oats, wholegrain seeded breads, rice crackers or potatoes.

Here are explanations about why he picks his each food item:

Chicken –Healthy low fat chicken breast (even he loves red meat more).

Fish – Rich in protein and Omega 3 fatty acids, easy to cook and goes well with vegetables as well as salads.

Egg Whites – Most (if not all) bodybuilders will attest that egg whites make for a terrific source of protein.

Brown Rice – Carbohydrates aren’t bad for you when they come in the form of healthy whole grains, oats, brown rice because of low GI and high fibre.

Quinoa – It’s gluten-free. It contains all nine essential amino acids. It’s high in fibre, magnesium, B vitamins, iron, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, and vitamin E.

Sweet Potato – This oft-overlooked food is a rich source of fibre. It also hosts a slew of vitamins and minerals, including iron, calcium, B vitamins, and vitamin C. As if all that weren’t enough, sweet potatoes are also high in beta-carotene, a natural antioxidant.

Vegetables –Broccoli, asparagus, and leafy greens are just a few veggies that will keep you healthy and full of nutrients.

Bananas – Bananas are high in fibre and potassium alike. They boost heart health and even aid with digestion. Chris Hemsworth eats them and so should you.

Whey Protein Shake – They might look kind of gimmicky, but whey protein shakes actually work when it comes to building muscle. It’s then no wonder that every ripped dude at your gym is always chugging one.

Beans – Hemsworth ate beans while preparing for Thor, but didn’t discover their true magic as a rich source of protein until he adopted a vegan diet. The transition made him gassy, but he’ll live. Consider following his lead.

BCAAs with magnesium/zinc supplement: BCAA is a short version ofBranched chain amino acids which they are the building blocks of proteins. In order for your body to re-build and grow new muscle, you need these amino acids. There are 20 in total, 11 of which can be manufactured by the body. However, the body can’t make the other nine, which they are histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, and valine. Isoleucine, valine and leucine an important trio when it comes to maintaining all-important muscle mass. Chicken, egg, cottage cheese, tinned tuna and wild salmon are the best high sources of BCAA’s. As a matter of fact you can’t have plates loaded with chicken, cottage cheese and peanuts in front of you at all times which is where supplements come in.

Here is Christ Hemsworth one Week Diet Plan

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   8am – Green power shake with protein

    10am – Bowl of yoghurt with mixed fresh berries, chia seeds, almonds and honey

    12pm – Workout

    1pm – Post-workout shake consisting of vegetable protein, ice water, BCAAs and 1g of Vitamin C

    2:30pm – 8oz grilled chicken with crispy sweet potatoes and a rocket salad with seeds, nuts and salted apple. Lemon and olive oil dressing on the side

    5:30pm – 2 rice crackers with Vegemite, tuna and cherry tomatoes

    7pm – 8oz white fish with grilled mushrooms and a raw broccoli salad

    9pm – Half of a small paw paw/papaya with yoghurt and berries. Magnesium/zinc supplement


    8am – Green power shake with protein

    10am – 3 fried eggs on a slice of wholegrain toast with Vegemite and avocado

    12pm – Workout

    1pm – Post-workout shake consisting of vegetable protein, ice water, BCAAs and 1g of Vitamin C

    2:30pm – 8oz eye fillet (fillet mignon), grilled pumpkin salad with spinach, herbs, cucumber and ½ cup of steamed rice

    5:30pm – Chicken and vegetable soup with barley

    7pm – 8oz white fish, leafy green salad with radicchio and balsamic dressing. A side of roasted mixed cruciferous vegetables

    9pm – BCAAs with Magnesium/zinc supplement


    7am – Green power shake with protein

    9am – 3 scrambled eggs on a spelt wrap with tomato salsa

    11am – Workout

    12pm – Fresh tuna sashimi salad with bitter and leafy greens, avocado, walnuts and a half cup of sushi rice

    3pm – A homemade frozen green bar (a blended mix of spinach, cooked and frozen cauliflower, chia seeds, dates, spirulina, bee pollen, banana, almond flour, pumpkin seeds and cucumber)

    6:30pm – Grilled lamb chops, cauliflower mash, grilled zucchini and roasted carrots

    9pm – Yoghurt with some honey and BCAAs with magnesium/zinc


    8am – Almond banana shake with flax oil, bee pollen, a pinch of sea salt and vegetable protein

    10am – 2 fried eggs on a slice of spelt bread with warm spinach

    12pm – Workout

    1pm – Post-workout protein BCAA shake

    2pm – 6oz grilled ribeye steak, grilled romaine and vegetable salad with ½ a cup of wild rice pilaf

    4pm – Beef jerky snack with nuts and dried fruit

    7pm – Steamed snapper fish with tomato, onion, roasted brussels sprouts and a small baked potato with Greek yoghurt

    9pm – BCAAs and magnesium/zinc supplement


    8am – Raw cacao and frozen berry shake with coconut oil, chia seeds, dates and vegetable protein

    10am – Savory porridge with olive oil, parmesan and two poached eggs

    12pm – Workout

    1pm – Post-workout shake

    2pm – Sesame chicken salad with leafy greens, sprouts, pickles and ½ cup steamed rice

    5pm – A homemade frozen green bar

    7pm – 8oz grilled mahi mahi, grilled asparagus, roasted tomato and a non-dairy Caesar salad

    9pm – BCAAs with magnesium/zinc supplement

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