While Olsen Avengers co-star Scarlet Johansson, who plays Natasha Romanoff (aka Black Widow), once shared with Hollywood journalist As she often pushes the limits of her workout routine to achieve almost superhuman strength, Olsen doesn’t claim to have such a regulated schedule. She is disciplined about fitness, however, and she likes to keep her workouts interesting and varied. “I am still training”, she once said Seduce. “Five or six times a week. Ballet, boot camp, yoga.”
When she was younger, Olsen took regular ballet and volleyball lessons, but fell off the wagon after starting college at New York University. “In college, suddenly fitness wasn’t on your schedule, so I quit doing anything,” Olsen admitted. The New York Times.
After suffering from frequent panic attacks in college, alumni of the Tisch School of the Arts turned to yoga. “I discovered that after intensive training I could sit by myself in a restaurant,” she said. But Olsen knows that yoga alone won’t get you in shape to fight crime. Before the shoot Captain America: Civil War, she trained for the fight scenes while studying Muay Thai. “It’s not the most comfortable thing, and I don’t do it anymore,” she said. The New York Times.
Keeping up with daily workouts is a tall order for everyone, but Olsen was able to maintain her fitness routine as she was stranded during the COVID-19 pandemic and while filming the upcoming Marvel movie, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (via HealthDigest). According to Grazia, Olsen and her fiance, Robbie Arnett, moved their home gym to a larger room so she could sweat while running, doing yoga and dancing. Despite her commitment, she admitted that keeping up with the “arduous physical demands” of staying in superhero shape can be exhausting.