Fans distracted by Chris Hemsworth's bulge in new workout video
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Fans have been left seriously distracted by a certain detail in Chris Hemsworth’s latest workout video, finding they can’t look away from... his, ahem, bulge.
Hemsworth, 39, didn’t become Marvel’s god of thunder without a good bit of physical graft, having become well-known for his impressive build.
He’s even set up his very own health and fitness app Centr, which features personalised training tools inspired by Hemsworth’s workouts.
“What started as Chris Hemsworth’s personal wellness journey has evolved to inspire millions to unlock total well-being,” the app’s website explains.
“Always deeply passionate about health, it wasn’t until he needed to train like a superhero that Chris connected with world-class wellness experts to achieve his goals.”
And Hemsworth’s clearly not resting on his laurels, making sure he’s continually setting a good example for others on his own Instagram.
Posting his latest workout video, the Thor actor wrote: “Good little session. Finishing it strong with some core.”
His ‘little session’ included Bosu ball squats, pushups, pull-ups and boxing drills, but realistically people weren’t focusing on any of that, having found they were slightly distracted.
“Are we seeing it or just ignoring it?” one person asked.
Someone else said: “I know what part I’m watching, especially in that last one! Now we know where Thor keeps his hammer.”
A third joked: “So they let you keep the hammer?”
Many were particularly impressed by the final exercise, with one saying: “Watched it multiple times… that last exercise I swear I could see Thor’s hammer, lucky wife.”
Another quipped: “The last exercise wasn't it supposed to be one leg at a time?”
Last November, Hemsworth shared what he feels is the biggest barrier stopping ordinary people from getting as into shape as he is.
He told UNILAD: "That initial motivation, I think.
"I was lucky enough to have friends and be in an atmosphere growing up where I was able to partake in a lot of outdoor physical activities. I then had times when I didn't train and I'd do other things, and you know, fall out of shape - and having known what it felt like to be in shape and be healthy, I very quickly went, 'Oh, I want to get back to that.'"
He continued: "I'd say to people - movement creates the motivation. Don't sit around and wait for it to happen. Just get up, just take that first step, just start moving. And in turn, there's a flow-on effect to that, and the more you do it, the more you become addicted to feeling that way. And once you've had a taste of it, it's very hard to go back and have it any other way.
"So surround yourself with likeminded people who have the same sort of attitude, but just have that sort of self-motivation and figure out what's your purpose, why you're doing this.
"And if it's to live a longer, healthier life, live a better life, then there's no other motivation, I think."
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