Hemsworth developed the app with his wife, Elsa Pataky. They were joined by a large team: trainer, stuntman, yoga and Pilates instructor, psychotherapist, meditation expert, chef, nutritionist and others.
“I believe that we all have great potential. And we need support in achieving our goals. Centr gives the best for a healthy body, a strong mind and a happier life,”the actor said on the official website of the application.
Centr features 20 and 40 minute video workouts from world-class fitness instructors and, of course, Chris Hemsworth himself. In addition, the app has a built-in activity and nutrition planner, as well as a section with instructions for meditation - a necessary element of every workout, regardless of intensity. Users will find stress management tips and confidence-building exercises here.
As with most applications like this, Centr lets you choose your workout level, set a goal for yourself, and track your progress. New workouts are added every week.
The nutrition section contains individual settings based on the user's dietary preferences. Specifically, there are gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, and pescetarian meal plans.
A monthly subscription starts at $ 15.99 - no more than a subscription to an online cinema or a set of filters in a photo processing app. At this price, the subscription becomes even more profitable than a subscription to a fitness club. In which Chris Hemsworth will definitely not be.>