Thor: Ragnarok, the film about one of Marvel’s superheroes can be seen in the country on November 2 and the backstage is now available for the most anxious fans. In a video posted yesterday is an advance of some scenes and Chris Hemsworth along with Mark Ruffalo explain how it was to roll this third delivery of the hammer god.
In addition, it shows its director Taika Waititi who explains the details of each character. Recall that there are great guests in the film, such as Cate Blanchett who will play the evil Hela; Tessa Thompson, as Valkyrie and Jeff Goldblum, as the Grandmaster.
It’s been six years since Chris Hemsworth first stepped into Thor’s skin to get into the Marvel universe. Throughout that time the actor is finding harder and harder to build muscle to get the physical body needed for each of the other six times he has retaken the role, including the much anticipated film Avengers: Infinity War.
For those who want to know how Hemsworth stays so fit to play Thor, a video was recently recorded with his extreme exercise routine … for anyone who loves building muscles.
On more than one occasion Chris Hemsworth has shown us that he is a superhero on and off the screen. But unlike what we see in the cinema, in real life time does not forgive, which (sometimes) is disadvantages even for the most intrepid actor.
Chris has put on Thor’s outfit since 2011, something like just over six years. And although his Instagram account usually leaves us gaping with his sexy hard workouts and routine, the handsome Australian recognizes that he is suffering more and more for this character.
“What you begin to notice with age is that the joints and other parts of your body resent you. You begin to say, ‘Before I did not hurt anything when I lifted this weight,'” admits the 34-year-old Australian in an interview with Men’s Health. in which he recognizes that if there was no motivation, he would be unable to go back to gym and be transformed once again. Of course it is not the same to try to get in shape at age 28 than at 34, but Chris has an advantage, “Muscle memory”, something he has achieved in all these years.
“I remember that for the first film I had to train a lot and eat a lot. Now I find it easier to change my mind, you know your routines, what works and what does not and when you’re pushing too hard.”
On that first occasion, the performer was forced to consume an impossible amount of daily calories – mainly obtained from the chicken. This was done in order to gain ten kilos of muscle. Now try not to punish your body so much by betting on a more balanced diet based mainly on vegetables. Chris concluded by saying:
“At the beginning, I was consuming too much meat, to be honest.” Fortunately, I do not need so much to get the same results now, I pay close attention to how much animal protein I eat, and these days I try to get my protein intake mainly through legumes and vegetables.”
It also has another advantage … Robert Downey Jr. Hemsworth shared that in addition to the adjustments he has made to his routine, Downey Jr. has introduced him to yoga and meditation during Avengers filming.
Recall that a few months ago, Robert admitted that everything has a cycle. Will Iron Man and Thor take different paths with other actors? We do not want it to be like this …