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Thor’s Diet & Workout Routine

When Chris Hemsworth was cast as Thor, he obviously had to put on a ton of muscle to properly represent the Marvel hero. The Thor workout includes a lot of factors, but the most essential elements of this workout is performing heavy lifts in order to achieve more muscle mass. Not only did this weight loss program work for Chris, it will work for you, too. It’s important to note that during the workouts, Chris Hemsworth got his heart rate up to 190 beats per minute, while under the supervision of trainer Mike Knight. So if you’re looking for a weight loss diet that also packs on muscle, this may be the one.

Week One (Full Body Beat Down):

Monday | Legs

Tuesday | Recovery

Wednesday | Push

Thursday | Recovery

Friday | Pull

Week Two (Stimulate):

Monday | Legs

Tuesday | Recovery

Wednesday | Push

Thursday | Recovery

Friday | Pull


Week 3 (Tension):

Monday | Legs

Tuesday | Recovery

Wednesday | Chest/Biceps

Thursday | Recovery

Friday | Back/Triceps


Week Four (Power):

Monday | Legs

Tuesday | Recovery

Wednesday | Chest/Back/Legs

Thursday | Recovery

Friday | Triceps/Biceps/Legs

Everyone knows that you have to eat in order to put on muscle. If you’re doing Thor’s routine, you have to eat a lot! It’s also recommended that you drink at least one gallon of water per day. Here’s a sample of the diet you should follow:


  • Scrambled egg whites (8-10)
  •  Large bowl of oatmeal w/skim milk. Use artificial sweetener to taste.
  • 1 Sliced peach
  • 1 Cup low fat vanilla yogurt
  • ½ Whole wheat bagel w/ 1 tbsp light cream cheese

Supplements: 1 Scoop (2 oz) protein powder, 5 grams of creatine, animal pack multi-vitamin, 2 Scoops NO-Xplode, 2 Braintech Plus pills, ALA 200mg. (This morning supplement consumption should be taken immediatley upon wakening. These are the first supplements we consume; They trigger our bodies testosterone, growth hormones, and muscles into an anabolic state that promotes muscle growth. Make sure to eat immediately after taking morning supplements, because they will be taken on an empty stomach.)


  • Peanut butter and banana sandwich
  • 1 cup strawberries
  • 1 cup low fat yogurt
  • 1 cup 1% milk

Supplements: 1 scoop (2oz) protein powder, ALA 200mg.


  • Spinach and veggie salad, fat free dressing, and 8-12 ounces of diced chicken.

Supplements: ALA 200mg.


  • 2 Chicken sandwiches with cheese.

Supplements: ALA 200mg

  • This meal will only be pre-workout supplements used to add focus and fuel for your mind and muscles.

Supplements: 2 Braintech Plus pills (pre-workout performance enhancer), 5 grams of creatine


  • 1 scoop casein protein powder (2oz)
  • 1 cup orange juice
  • 1 medium banana
  • 1 cup 1% milk
  • ½ tbsp honey

Supplements: 5 grams of creatine, 1 scoop casein protein powder (2oz) (These can be added to post-workout drink.)


  • Steak (8-12 ounces)
  • Baked potato
  • Spinach salad w/ fresh veggies and fat free dressing

Supplements: ALA 200mg


  • This meal will only be 1 scoop of casein protein. (Casein is a slow-digesting protein that will feed your muscles throughout the night.)

Supplements: 1 Scoop casein protein powder (2oz)

See what diet and workout routine Chris Evans took on to become Captain America!



  • Bob
    February 6, 2014

    What does set 1 “3/15” mean? 3 sets of 15 just for one set doesn’t make sense to me

    • Anonymous
      February 7, 2014

      Wondering the same thing bob 3/15 for set 1? Then 5 sets of 5 for set 2, 3,4? He was doing over 100 squats in a workout??

    • Anonymous
      February 7, 2014

      It means 3 to 15 reps

      • Anonymous
        February 7, 2014

        It means that in Set one, you do 3 rounds of 15 reps, Set two, 5 rounds of 5 reps, and so on until you get to Set five, in which you do 3 rounds of as many reps as possible until you can’t do it any more, which by this time should be 3-5 if you’re doing it properly. So yes, he was doing over 100 squats. You need to make sure that the warm-up set (Set one) is a fairly light weight then as you progress in the sets, increase the weight. You don’t want to be comfortable doing a weight for only 5 reps. Try and push yourself.

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    February 6, 2014
  • Anonymous
    February 8, 2014

    It just says the amount of the supplement. What do you take it with? Milk? Water?

  • UR
    February 16, 2014

    Thats a lot of calories!

  • Anonymous
    August 4, 2014

    To clarify since there was no direct answer. What does 3/15 mean? Am I suppose to do 100+ squats day 1?

  • EdHarley
    October 2, 2014

    the time of the day that each meal must be eated, wich are?

  • Anonymous
    July 6, 2015

    Whats the rest peroids per rounds per set ?

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