Chris Hemsworth’s celebrity personal trainer reveals his ultimate living room workout | Daily Mail Online

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Chris Hemsworth and his Australian personal trainer Luke Zocchi have shared a video of them working out at a home gym using everyday items just as people search for ways to stay fit while gyms are shut.

‘If you have some dumbbells, fantastic. If not, get creative…this is the world’s greatest at home workout!’ Chris said in the video. 

In addition to a set of dumbbells, the pair used two four litre bottles of Earth Choice laundry detergent, a basket full of washing and a stool to carry out the exercises – precisely the kinds of items people can use while stuck at home due to coronavirus restrictions. 

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Chris Hemsworth’s (pictured left) personal trainer Luke Zocchi (pictured right) has shared a video of himself and the actor working out at a home gym using everyday items

In addition to a set of dumbbells, the pair used two large bottles of laundry detergent, a basket full of washing and a stool to carry out the exercises

The Australian actor and his PT designed the workout to motivate others to maintain their fitness while in quarantine.

The workout consisted of six rounds of six different exercises with six repetitions completed each time.

Chris used the laundry detergent to replace dumbbells for the burpee curl press set, then added the bottles into 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 demonstrate how to do tricep dips that target the back of the arms.

Chris Hemsworth and Luke Zocchi’s ‘greatest at home workout’ using home items 

6 x burpee curl press using laundry detergent bottles 

6 x tricep extensions on a chair 

6 x  squats holding a filled laundry basket 

6 x mountain climbers – no items needed 

6 x sit-throughs – no items needed

Rest for one minute and repeat for 6 rounds 

The Australian actor and his PT designed the workout to motivate others to maintain their fitness while in quarantine

The workout consisted of six rounds of six different exercises with six repetitions completed each time

In the video the pair demonstrated the varied ways to do similar exercises, such as squats or squat jumps and tricep dips or tricep extensions.  

‘Keep moving, don’t stop!’ Luke captioned the Instagram post that has since been viewed more than 69,500 times and counting. 

Chris is also now offering his fitness app Centrfit for free for the first six weeks to encourage people to exercise more often or maintain their fitness at home.

Chris Hemsworth’s celebrity personal trainer reveals his ultimate living room workout

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