Elsa Pataky “worked very hard” to get into shape for “Interceptor”.
The 45-year-old actress has always been ‘really fit’ but has stepped up her workouts in recent months after pushing herself to be in peak physical condition for her role as Private JJ Collins in the new Hollywood movie. stock.
She said: “I’ve always been very fit. I like to do gym or yoga, whether it’s at the gym or just at home, whatever I have.
“I’ve been doing more lately, because I’ve worked really hard to make the movie really strong. I really felt all the changes in my body. The weights really tone your muscles and body to keep everything strong.
Elsa admitted that getting older had taken its toll on her body.
She told Australian magazine Marie Claire: “As you get older, everything looks like [shrugs]…it’s gravity. Disable that gravity!
And the Spanish star knows hitting the gym will always make her feel good.
She added: “I love endorphins [you get from working out]. Even when I have low energy, working out gives me the power to get through the day. It makes me feel good. It makes me happy. I do it at least three times a week if I can. It’s just about finding the times, even though sometimes we’re busy, it’s just like, ‘Okay, just half an hour.’ “
Elsa was able to turn to her husband, ‘Thor’ actor Chris Hemsworth – the father of her children India, nine and seven, twins Sasha and Tristan – for advice and advice on building muscle for the role.
She previously said: “He gives good advice, especially on nutrition.
“He was shooting the latest ‘Thor’ movie while I was doing ‘Interceptor’, so we took turns training and taking care of the kids.”