The 36-year-old Hollywood actor announced members will get free access to his health, fitness and wellbeing program Centr for six weeks.
Hemsworth said in an Instagram video posted on Monday he "wanted to check in" with fans and give them a free six-week trial for his app Centr.
"There is a lot of fear, anxiety and uncertainty in the world right now". "This app was created to present individuals a possibility to entry the workforce that I've used through the years which have had a profoundly optimistic affect on my life".
The app comes equipped with a full catalogue of insider tips and tricks, giving users access to training advice, nutritional info, meditation guides and even sleep visualisation techniques.
"So instances like this when there's a number of uncertainty working by your head, I believe now greater than ever is when we have to concentrate on what I imagine to be the three key pillars to residing more healthy and happier - motion, vitamin, and psychological health".
'We have been incredibly inspired by the outpouring of support and positivity from the community during this challenging time.
The limited-time free program offers members to meet their fitness goals, with more than 1,000 unique workouts and over 500 recipes.
But hurry, the free six-week trial is available for those who sign up before March 31. In recent weeks, Centr has seen a groundswell of support from their customers and communities, with thousands of members around the world coming together and sharing how the program has brought them positivity and support during these hard times. In his Instagram Post he said that the program had been launched, "to make health and happiness accessible to all, and I hope that this makes the access during the current global health crisis even easier".
In the selfie video, the Australian actor explained the app provides people with access to his fitness and health team which have all had a "profoundly positive impact" on his life.
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