Train like Thor … from home! Chris Hemsworth and his personal personal trainer demonstrate how to use objects from around the house to train while insulating your home
- Chris Hemsworth and PT Luke Zocchi shared their ‘best’ home workout
- Luke posted a video to Instagram of the two training with everyday items
- The couple used two detergent bottles, a basket full of laundry and a stool
- “If you have some dumbbells, great. If not, get creative, ‘said Chris online
Chris Hemsworth and his Australian personal trainer Luke Zocchi have shared a video of them training in a home gym with everyday items, just as people look for ways to keep fit while gyms are closed.
“If you have some dumbbells, great. If not, get creative … this is the world’s best home workout! ‘ Chris said in the video.
In addition to a set of dumbbells, the pair used two four-liter bottles of Earth Choice detergent, a basket full of laundry, and a stool to perform the exercises – exactly the kind of items people can use while at home because of coronavirus limitations.
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Chris Hemsworth’s personal trainer (pictured left) Luke Zocchi (pictured right) shared a video of himself and the actor working out at a gym at home using everyday objects
In addition to a set of dumbbells, the pair used two large detergent bottles, a basket full of laundry, and a stool to perform the exercises
The Australian actor and his PT designed the training to motivate others to remain in quarantine.
The training consisted of six rounds of six different exercises with six repetitions each.
Chris used the detergent to replace dumbbells for the burpee curl press set and added the bottles to the full laundry basket to do ‘laundry’ squats.
“This is the cleanest workout we’ve ever had, classic!” Chris joked.
Luke also used a stool to show you how to do tricep dips that target the back of the arms.
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6 x burpee curlers with detergent bottles
6 x triceps extensions on a chair
6 x squats with a filled laundry basket
6 x mountaineers – no items required
6 x sit-throughs – no items required
Rest for a minute and repeat for 6 rounds
Source: Luke Zocci Instagram
The Australian actor and his PT designed the training to motivate others to remain in quarantine
The training consisted of six rounds of six different exercises with six repetitions each
In the video, the couple demonstrated the different ways of doing similar exercises, such as squats or squat jumps and tricep dips or tricep extensions.
“Keep moving, don’t stop!” Luke endorsed the Instagram post that has been viewed and counted more than 69,500 times since.
Chris is now also offering his fitness app Centrfit for free for the first six weeks to encourage people to exercise more often or to keep fit at home.