There are plenty of world-class trainers and influencer fitness gurus out there transforming people’s lives everyday. However, many prefer watching their favourite celebrities transform their bodies into killer figures, either for a role or just simply to live more healthfully. We take a look at a few celebrities and what their workout routines actually do. 7 best walking apps for people who hate fitness apps – and walking Chris Hemsworth Hollywood celebrity Chris Hemsworth ’s high energy, go-get-’em attitude is a great motivator. The way this Australian stays at the top of his game, according to Hemsworth’s personal trainer, Luke Zocchi, is through a series of traditional bodybuilding and fast-moving functional training. It turns calories into muscle but keeps them lean and nimble enough to allow Hemsworth do many of his own stunts. His workout routine has been so effective for Hemsworth he launched his own fitness app called Centr earlier this year. On it, a dedicated team (hand-picked by the actor) advises users on workouts, diet and how to live a more well-rounded, healthy lifestyle. 5 motivational fitness apps starring celebrities Jung Da-yeon South Korean fitness guru, Jung Da-yeon (known as momjjang ajumma , or “mom with a striking figure”) initially found regional fame in Japan where her exercises in the form of dance routines caught the public’s attention. Her workout instructions are readily available on YouTube, where she teaches routines either through dance or aerobic-inspired moves, a term she calls “figurerobics”. Her workouts are geared toward slimming down and losing weight and are based on weight training that “makes a fit and perfect shape for Asians’ body type”, she said. Her videos are split into targeting different areas, and her exercises are hugely popular in China and Japan. If you want something slightly more interactive, Jung released a Nintendo Wii game in Japan called Mom-chan Diet Wii: Figurerobics . Is Conor McGregor going to spend millions on his body like LeBron James? Henry Cavill Fast cardio and a weight routine keeps Cavill in constant tip-top shape for roles from Superman to Geralt of Rivia . To support the actor’s stunt work in his new Netflix show, The Witcher , strength coach Dave Rienzi, who has been working with Cavill for a couple of years, uses the Romanian dead lift as a key element in his routine. Compared to Hemsworth’s training, Cavill’s workout involves more weightlifting to tire the muscles without overburdening the nervous system, to give him the stamina he needs during long hours on set. Khloé Kardashian Khloé Kardashian ’s body transformation and constant weight-loss struggles have been well documented on the popular reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians . Her experience with one of Hollywood’s top personal trainers, Gunnar Peterson, who is known for his strength training, has equipped this Kardashian with a positive body image, and she subsequently launched her own show Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian . Throughout the years, Peterson has put together a resistance training routine that targets the entire body, giving special attention to the butt and abs. These 7 kick-ass Asian women don’t need a man to save them Shay Mitchell Pretty Little Liars star Shay Mitchell has cultivated a prominent presence online with her YouTube channel detailing her daily life and work. In addition to posting videos, Mitchell has also been busy launching her own travel suitcases and accessories line last year, called BEIS. One of her go-to workouts is easy but effective and can be done in a short amount of time. It allows you to work on several parts of your body, from your arms, your core, lower abs, thighs and bum. And all you need is a pair of weights. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .