Chris Hemsworth offers free home workouts amid coronavirus lockdown

Chris Hemsworth offers free home workouts during coronavirus lockdown

Chris Hemsworth offers free home workouts during coronavirus lockdown

In the video, the Avengers: Endgame actor said, "There's a lot of fear, anxiety and uncertainty in the world at the moment". "This application was created to give people the opportunity to access the equipment that I have used over the years and that has had a profoundly positive impact on my life".

"On this app, there's training experts, nutritional advice, chefs, meditation teachers, sleep visualizations - the three key ingredients, to living a healthier and happy life". He also hope to be able to with the free access to the App even more people can help "to remain strong and healthy and to find inner peace, if we all need it most". Members also have access to Centr's private Facebook group, which provides a support space for users to share their experiences and celebrate their fitness achievements.

To redeem the offer, members must sign up via the website and create an account.

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Select any plan type and the six week free trial will be applied. In recent weeks, Centr has seen a groundswell of support from their customers and communities, with thousands of members around the world coming together and sharing how the program has brought them positivity and support during these hard times. Once registered, customers can download and use the app on their smartphones. Memberships can be canceled at any time during the trial period to avoid subsequent payment. In his Instagram Post he said that the program had been launched, "to make health and happiness accessible to all, and I hope that this makes the access during the current global health crisis even easier".

According to a story on Insider, Hemsworth has released his fitness app for free so people can train like Thor at home while they self-isolate amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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