Get Ripped Like Chris Hemsworth With These 16 Fat Shredding Workouts

Imagine sculpting a physique that rivals the Norse god, Thor, played by the mighty Chris Hemsworth. You’ve seen him on screen—towering, muscle-bound, and strikingly sculpted. Now, it’s your turn to carve your masterpiece. With determination and these 16 fat-shredding workouts, you’ll be on your way to getting ripped just like a Hollywood A-lister. Even our Warrior Fit class could assist you with achieving the body.


Build A Chiseled Body With These 16 Fat-Shredding Workouts

Let’s jump right into our list of fat-burning workouts that will get you a ripped body like Chris Hemsworth’s.


1) Hammer Swings (HIIT Sledgehammer Workout)

Imagine wielding Mjöllnir, Thor’s hammer, as you slam a sledgehammer down on a tire. High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) maximizes your fat loss. Alternate 30 seconds of full-intensity swings with 30 seconds of rest for 10 minutes. Your heart rate will skyrocket, and your upper body and core will feel the burn, demolishing fat with each thunderous swing.


2) Battle Ropes (Wave Makers)

Feel the burn in your arms and shoulders as you send waves down the ropes. Set a timer for rounds of 30 seconds on and 30 seconds off, for a total of 15 minutes. This is not only a test of strength but also endurance, igniting your metabolism and incinerating calories.


3) Barbell Complexes (Total Body Blitz)

Seamlessly transition between deadlifts, cleans, squats, and presses without letting the barbell touch the ground. Go for 5 reps per move, cycling through the complex 3 times without rest. This relentless sequence forces your body to tap into fat stores for the explosive energy required.


4) Box Jumps (Plyometric Power)

Leap onto a sturdy box or platform, landing softly with both feet, then jump back down. Complete 3 sets of 12 jumps. These explosive plyometric movements heighten your heart rate and torch more fat by engaging multiple muscle groups simultaneously.


5) Kettlebell Swings (Dynamic Thrusts)

Stand with your feet hip-width apart, swinging the kettlebell between your legs, and then thrust it up to chest height. Perform 3 sets of 15 swings. This classic move targets your glutes, hamstrings, and core, enhancing fat breakdown throughout your posterior chain.


6) Pull-Ups (Upper Body Sculpt)

Grip a pull-up bar with your palms facing away from you and pull your chest up to the bar. Aim for 3 sets of as many reps as you can manage. You increase your basal metabolic rate, burning fat even after your workout is over by targeting large muscle groups.


7) Deadlifts (Foundation Builder)

Pick up a barbell or a pair of dumbbells and hinge at your hips to lift the weight while keeping your back straight. Perform 4 sets of 6-8 reps. Deadlifts engage your entire body, enhancing muscle growth and fat loss.


8) Sprint Intervals (Speed Surge)

Springing is one of the most underrated cardio activities. You can burn lots of calories in a short period by adding sprints into your workout routine. Sprint at maximum effort for 30 seconds, then walk or jog for 90 seconds. Repeat for a total of 20 minutes. These sprints are the epitome of fat incineration, elevating your metabolic rate and increasing calorie burn throughout the day.


9) Turkish Get-Ups (Full-Body Mastery)

Start by lying on the ground with a kettlebell in one hand extended above you. Stand up while keeping the weight overhead and return to the starting position. Complete 5 reps on each side. This complex move engages multiple muscle groups, enhancing coordination and burning a significant amount of calories.


10) Rowing Machine (Cardio Blast)

Rowing machines provide a low-impact exercise that doesn’t put lots of stress on your joints. Use the right approach and you can also burn lots of calories with this exercise. Row at a fast, consistent pace for 1 minute, then row lightly for 30 seconds. Repeat for 15–20 minutes. This full-body cardiovascular workout not only shreds fat but also builds endurance.


11) Mountain Climbers (Core Crusher)

Get into the starting position for push-ups and drive your knees towards your chest, alternating between each side. Do this for 1 minute straight then rest for 30 seconds. Repeat for a total of 10 minutes. It’s a killer core workout that also spikes your heart rate, promoting fat loss and muscle definition.


12) Farmer’s Walk (Grip And Rip)

Here’s a functional exercise that will make many everyday activities like unloading your groceries feel a lot easier. Grab a pair of heavy dumbbells or kettlebells and walk for a set distance or time. Your grip, core, and shoulders will be tested, and you’ll build functional strength while your body works overtime to burn fat. Make sure you maintain good posture throughout the exercise to get the most out of it.


13) Jump Rope (Agility Accelerator)

Jump rope as quickly as you can for 1 minute, then rest for 30 seconds. Go for about 10 rounds to start if you don’t jump rope often and build up from there. This exercise doesn’t just help to burn fat, it also improves your coordination and footwork.


14) Sandbag Lifts (Odd-Object Training)

Hoist a heavy sandbag onto your shoulder, squat, and then lift it over your head. Do 3 sets of 10 reps on each side. Training with odd-shaped objects forces your body to adapt and overcome, resulting in more calories being burned. It’s also an effective way to build functional strength that carries over to sports and other physically tasking activities.


15) Stair Sprints (Cardio Climb)

Find a set of stairs or a stadium that’s open to the public. Sprint up as fast as you can and walk down for your recovery. Repeat this 10 to 15 times depending on the length of the stairs. This exercise shreds fat and also targets the larger muscle groups in your legs which, when engaged, can increase your calorie burn.


16) Burpees (Full Body Blast)

Drop into a squat, place your hands on the floor, and kick your feet back into a plank position. Do a push-up, return to the squat position, and jump up with your arms overhead. Aim for 3 sets of 10-15 burpees, or set a timer for 1-minute intervals, resting for 30 seconds between sets. Burpees are a tried-and-true exercise that engages your whole body and burns a ton of calories. You get to build muscle tissue while burning fat tissues away.


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