Brie Larson, who starred as Carol Danvers on "Captain Marvel," posted a video of her first workout since quarantine to her YouTube channel.
Shared on July 29, the new video shows the 30-year-old actress keeping her fans up to date into her first instructional meeting with Jason Walsh, her "Captain Marvel" trainer.
Larson had not trained since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, so she wanted to move over into her wellness and relax with her body.
Brie Larson at Lincoln Center on April 23, 2019 in New York City. | Photo: Getty Images
In the video, the two can be seen starting to go through a no-equipment routine comprising of sumo stance squats, butterfly extensions, and different planks.
Although she is familiar with needing to be fit as a fiddle for roles, Larson is apparently struggling to push through it.
"I can feel my mortality in a way that I haven't in a while," Larson told Walsh. She sounded exhausted as she endeavors to chill herself off.
Meanwhile, in a teaser for her first workout video posted to Instagram, Larson said: "Cookies are my pre-workout."
On July 23, 2016, Larson showed up at San Diego Comic-Con along with several other superhero counterparts at the Marvel Studios panel. So even before she appeared on "Captain Marvel" as Carol Danvers, the world already knew about it.
The photos and the message she shared also show that her time in the MCU has meant a lot to her.
On July 23, Larson recognized the commemoration through her Instagram page. Alongside a series of adorable snaps, the star shared a sweet message.
"Looking back at photos," she wrote, "It's been the privilege of a lifetime to be your captain marvel. Can't believe this all started at ComicCon 4 years ago today."
Through her pictures, we see an entirely different side of being one of the world's most well-known superheroes. The photos and the message she shared also show that her time in the MCU has meant a lot to her.
Meanwhile, in her first video posted to her YouTube channel on July 1, Larson discussed the roles she had missed out on over the years.
She referenced that she tried out for roles in "The Hunger Games," a "Star Wars" franchise movie, and a "Terminator" reboot.
The actress went on to explain that she will be using her channel to converse with different individuals about everything, including her enthusiasm for gaming. Her channel has 335 thousand subscribers as of writing.