Chris Hemsworth Reveals Why Thor Lost His Biceps In 'Tyler’s Rack 2′


Chris Hemsworth His health is at the fore in the new Netflix movie 'Tyler Rack 2′. He’s never been fitter, he’s never looked better, but… myOr seems satisfied with the size of his biceps. Bye.

Luke Zocchi – Hemsworth’s lifelong friend and coach – has been in charge of shaping the actor throughout his career. You may have seen Hemsworth in his Disney+ series 'Limitless’ or if you’ve ever subscribed to his Center Fitness app, you’ll find Sochi dishing out all kinds of fitness tips. Ahead of shooting Tyler’s Rack 2, the duo realized that they needed to rethink the approach and practices they had been using for the past decade.

„Thor required a lot of aesthetic physicality,” Hemsworth told GQ, „whereas Tyler Rack needed more athleticism.” He turns 40 this year, and being asked to continue the Netflix hit signals a definite shift in priorities. „When we started, it was more, more, more, more,” says Sochi. „But Tyler was physically demanding with the rack stunts and action, so his sessions had to focus on recovery and looking after him.”

Rest and recovery have never been part of Hemsworth’s vocabulary, nor his gym routine, so to effect that change, Jocchi draws on Michael Novotny’s experience. In addition to working with the national team of the Czech Republic, he is also a professor with a master’s degree in sports physiotherapy at the European University of Madrid. And his attitude was to treat him like a professional athlete. „He told me, 'Guys, you’ve got to take it back. This guy doesn’t rest like a professional athlete. He’s shooting all day and then he’s trying to train at the end of the day,'” Jochi recalled.

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For Tyler Rack, the means were simple: „I didn’t need to have such big muscles,” Novotny tells GQ, so muscle definition and better overall fitness paid close attention to the back pain that plagued him. Hemsworth over the years. A day at the gym Hemsworth asked Novotny how to best work biceps. „It’s important to work the biceps in conjunction with the deltoids in the open and upright position”, says Novotny. „It’s not about a big bicep, quite the opposite. Hemsworth wanted to have smaller, more defined biceps.”

Zochi says it was a revelation for Hemsworth, as small changes in technique were improvisational. Czech made small but significant changes to Hemsworth’s routine. The first is to work the biceps not as a single muscle, but as a muscle chain, along with the front deltoids and abdominals or the lateral deltoids and lateral abdominals. „I also wanted to improve the buntum fixum (attachment point) of the biceps over the core muscles. The idea is to work the contraction of the biceps in conjunction with the contraction of the core muscles. That means I put him in a stable core position while working the biceps with the weight.”

Finally, he tried to work the biceps in conjunction with the legs in a dynamic course consisting of lateral steps + unilateral biceps, forward lunges bilateral biceps, and backward lunges unilateral biceps. They all used a resistance band between the legs and another elastic band that went from the legs to the arms…if you want to try it.

Joaquin Casca is an expert in competition, technology and motorsports. Some time ago he hung up his cleat boots to focus on paddle tennis and running … the old stuff, he complains. But he’s ready for any blitz that pushes his body to the limit, whether it’s behind the wheel of an Aston Martin or commuting to the office on a scooter.

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He’s from Atlético de Madrid, so when footballers like Marcos Llorente or Alvaro Morata were on the cover of Men’s Health, he was there to write them. He just ran his first marathon for Runner’s World, and as it happens in this universe, he’s already looking to sub 3 hours for the next one. If you need to test a paddle tennis racket, a vehicle or a watch, that’s no problem. Even slippers. Any need for sports equipment.

Joaquin graduated in journalism from USP-CEU in 2013, but since 2009, when he joined the university newspaper, he started working as a 360 „journalist” in digital and print. Until he entered Hearst a week before the pandemic began in 2020, the next steps in his nearly 15-year career were doing culture and sports at Shanghai magazine. He is also Professor of Social Networks and New Technologies at the Universitas Senioripus. CEU and is part of the Hearst Innovation HUB to explore new trends.

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