Chris Hemsworth for the win! The actor made it possible for anyone bored at home during the coronavirus pandemic to get a chance to workout and buff themselves up like Thor. He released his fitness app for free!
As he stated in a video on Instagram, he “wanted to check in” with his fans and give them all his Centr app for a free six-week trial.
He stated in the video, “I hope you’re all staying healthy and strong out there — just wanted to check-in.”
Hemsworth added, “A lot of fear, a lot of anxiety, a lot of uncertainty in the world at the moment. You’re probably stuck at home, so I wanted to give everybody full access for free to my fitness app for the next six weeks.”
Hemsworth then added that he designed his app with the thought in mind to be able to provide people with access to his health and fitness team – something that he’s felt has provided a “profoundly positive impact” on him.
Hemsworth further added that, “On this app there’s training experts, nutritional advice, chefs, meditation teachers, sleep visualizations. The three key ingredients to leading a healthier, happier life.”
In the post’s caption, he wrote, “Centr was founded to make health and happiness accessible to all, and I hope that this will make that access even easier during the current health crisis.”
Hemsworth’s offer wasn’t long after the Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, made the announcement that they would be following protocols set by other countries, and closing their gyms and other leisure centers.
Hemsworth’s app was designed with the thought of all fitness levels in mind, so anyone can sign up and find advice and workout routines from about 20 different coaches – including Hemsworth himself, as well as his wife, Elsa Pataky.