Chris Hemsworth is offering free access to his fitness and health online platform Centr for six weeks, so everyone can stay healthy and happy from home.
In case we needed further proof that Chris Hemsworth is the kind of guy you’d want to take home to meet your mum, the Hollywood heavyweight is opening up free access to his recently-launched online fitness and health platform, Centr. For six weeks, no less. Which is just the news we needed to hear after new government lockdown rules have forced the closures of gyms around the country.
From the 23rd until the 31st of March, users can sign up via the Centr website for a zero-cost, six-week trial of the health and fitness programme – which features over 1000 unique video workouts (including HIIT, yoga and strength training), meal plans and over 500 healthy recipes.
Of the decision to offer the free trial, the father-of-three said: “We have been incredibly inspired by the outpouring of support and positivity from the Centr community during this challenging time. We hope that by making Centr available to everyone for this extended period, we can help even more people stay strong, healthy and find a sense of calm at a time when we all need that the most.”
The programme usually costs $19.99 per month, so that’s a pretty saving and is a great opportunity to try a new way to workout at home if you don’t want to invest in yet another ongoing fitness subscription. (Similarly, you could also try these.)
The app is globally available via iOS app, Apple Watch and online, and offers a curated range of daily workouts, meal plans, recipe collections, cooking demos, and meditation exercises, from experts who are the crème de la crème in the fitness world.
These include actor, fitness author, Chris’ wife and all-round total babe Elsa Pataky, Chris’ personal trainer Luke Zocchi, Special Ops trainer Joseph Sakoda AKA ‘Da Rulk,’ vegan bodybuilder Torre Washington, yoga instructor Tahl Rinsky and chef Dan Churchill, just to name a few.
Keen to give it a go? All you have to do is register via the website (not the app), and select the six-week free trial. From there, you can then download the app and access the members-only Centr Facebook community page.
What have you got to lose?