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Chris Hemsworth Transformation To Muscular Thor In 2020

"Thor" is Chris' destiny During his early days in Hollywood, Chris Hemsworth frequently lied about 1.9 meters in height due to the fear of being given muscular type of characters like a rugby player. In 2010, the Hollywood Reporter assessed that the actor has the potential to become an A-list star. He caught attention in Star Trek (2009) and Ca $ h (2010), but it took until the role of Thor to truly shine. One fun fact about Chris and Thor is that he was born on a Thursday (Thursday) - meaning "Thor's Day" in Old English, and the last four letters of Hemsworth's name are also "Thor". That's why many fans believe that playing Thor is Chris's destiny because of this. However, he almost lost the important role to other people without the keen eyes of director The Avengers Joss Whedon. In 2009, when he heard that Marvel Studios were looking for actors for the role of Thor, with a "1.9 m high, 90 kg weight" appearance, Chris excitedly auditioned. He did not perform as intended in front of director Kenneth Branagh, then left with a disappointed mood and told himself that he had lost a golden opportunity. Luckily for Chris, in the same year, he also participated in the horror film project The Cabin in the Woods, written by Joss Whedon. On Vanity Fair, the filmmaker recalled: "The first time I saw Chris perform, I and director Drew Goddard turned to look at each other and whispered: 'Dear God, When Joss called, Chris replied calmly: "I didn't receive a call to come back. That's okay, if my brother takes the role it would be great." Joss Whedon did not accept this and called director Kenneth Branagh personally asked for another chance for Chris. On this audition, Chris performed a lot better than the first time and nailed the role. Workout like Thor and dramatic weight loss. In the Sydney Morning Herald, the actor recalled: "I remember the moment when I received a call from my agent while traveling to Vancouver (Canada).

He told me that I was offered a contract to play six superhero movies. But then I signed a contract and rushed to the gym like crazy." The reason why the actor had to train madly for Thor was that back then, despite his outstanding height and toned body, Chris was still too ill to incarnate the muscular god. In Men's Health magazine, the actor said he had to gain 9 kg with a high protein diet and rigorous exercise. "The training is even harder than filming. I train six or seven days a week, not even able to sit normally with my new weight. Eating is probably the hardest part with a large amount of chicken breast and lots of weight. other forms of protein. My life revolves around chicken, kale, brown rice, "he recounted. When Thor was released in 2011, the actor was praised for his strong physique, in line with the mighty deity image. The first two episodes of Thor and two parts of The Avengers totaled more than four billion dollars, making Chris Hemsworth a sought-after star in Hollywood. His hard work paid off. The person who directly instructed Chris to train Thor was former SEAL Duffy Gaver.  Beautiful, you have to be really hard working.

Other days, focus on lighter weights with more turns like the front, rear, and side lifting. He exercises more in the shoulder muscles and arms than in the chest, as you saw in his Thunder God outfit. On the other hand, he uses active rest days for functional movements such as bear-style crawling - which are essential exercises to balance heavy lifting. Coach Zocchi asked Hemsworth to crawl almost every training session, as they were an excellent low-impact warm-up exercise. It was easy to find but really difficult, Zocchi said. Chris's exercise also incorporates a lot of bodyweight movements like burpees - sneezing combined with jumping, and squats, which can be done anywhere - even on set or on trips. Go, follow Live Strong. Besides spending tons of time in Gym training, the actor is also a big fan of sports. Growing up in Melbourne and now living in Byron Bay, Queensland (Australia), surfing has seeped into Chris' blood, and he still spends time surfing several times a week. Not only that, but he also loves playing football. There's no denying strict training routine is what makes him Thor today. While spending most of his time in the gym, he also pays great attention to his nutrition. “Chris is not so big and muscular, so to have enough energy, he must eat 6 meals a day”, Zocchi said. When he played "Avengers: Age of Ultron" in 2015, his breakfast was steak, 3 boiled eggs, and 100 grams of blueberries a day, for two months. 

During the day, every 2-3 hours, he would eat some protein, green vegetables, and brown rice, along with two servings of protein drinks mixed with water, bananas, and peanut butter every day, according to Live Strong. But for last year's Avengers: Infinity War movie, the actor-trainer duo tested a major change in diet - being vegan. Chris didn't lose weight much and the size remained the same, just eating more food - with lots of beans and quinoa - because his body was accustomed to animal protein. For Endgame, Chris's day always begins with a large portion of vegetable smoothies, made of 5-6 different green vegetables, low-sugar fruits, nuts, fats, and small amounts of sea salt. Along with breakfast include 3 eggs, cake with spicy tomato sauce. He also tries to eat cereals throughout the day - white rice is his favorite, but sometimes he comes with pieces of bread made from whole grain or nuts, rice crackers, oatmeal, or potatoes. Lunch could be fresh sashimi tuna salad with greens, avocado, walnuts, and half a cup of sushi rice, and then dinner with grilled lamb chops, mashed cauliflower, grilled zucchini, and grilled carrots, according to Live Strong. But is Chris Hemsworth always the Muscular God? During the period of time from 2011-2020 playing Thor, he also joyed some other movies in his gap times. However, not any character needs a toned body like Thor. So, to fit the character, his weight has been through serious drops and regains.

 For instance, when he got the job in “Rush” (2013), Hemsworth was just wrapped with “Thor 2: The dark world”. He recalled, “The first thing Ron Howard said to me when I got the Rush job was, 'I don't know if Thor is going to fit into a race car”. By that time he was filming The Avengers, so he went from 215 pounds down to about 185 pounds in only 4 months. Other times, he reunited with director Ron Howard in the movie “In the heart of the sea” (2015). He played Owen Chase who served on the whaling ship Essex and was stranded at sea after a whale destroyed the ship. To play the men cast adrift with no food. The actor faced a tremendous physical challenge in taking on the role, as he had to drop over 30 pounds to convey the starved look of Chase post-shipwreck. He said he was already considerably under his “Thor weight” after slimming down for the thriller “Black Hat”, and losing the last 15 pounds for “In the Heart of the Sea” was exhausting. If it was you, are you willing to drop your favorite snacks and train madly for a dream job? Or will you take a job that makes you drop and regain weights so many times in such a rush period? Except for Thor, who is the most loved character for you? Please don't be shy, and let's do a little chit chat in the comment section below. We would love to hear all about your opinions and will also be honored to discuss your favorite character in our next Article.

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