Brie Larson arrives at the 24th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall on Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)

Brie Larson has been on an intense nine-month fitness push for her upcoming 'Captain Marvel' film and has been enjoying the benefits of her new found strength.

The 28-year-old actress has been in training for her upcoming movie 'Captain Marvel', in which she will play Carol Danvers and her titular superhero alter ego in the first solo female-led Marvel Cinematic Universe film.

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The 'Room' star couldn't wait to show off her new strength to her fans by posting a video of her working on her arm muscles by doing pull-ups.

She captioned the video:

9 months of training really does some stuff to your body 😂😂😂 #mondaymotivation

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Another video posted to her Instagram account shows the blonde beauty weighed down by metal chains as she does push-ups which was captioned: "Getting stronger is a process I'm committed to showing up for everyday."

Fellow MCU actress Zoe Saldana - who plays Gamora in the 'Guardians of the Galaxy' films - can empathise with Brie's struggle to get in shape for the action packed film and offered her support to her comic book movie peer.

Commenting on Brie's post, Zoe wrote: "Proud of you woman! You surrendered to your strength. I'm so proud of you baby [sic]"

Aside from an intense training schedule, Brie is also getting hands-on experience to educate herself about portraying a pilot by visiting Nevada's Air Force Base.

Posting a picture of the trip to Instagram, she said:

Brie will make her debut as Captain Marvel in a cameo capacity in the upcoming ensemble movie 'Avengers: Infinity War'.

Carol Danvers is a US Air Force Pilot whose DNA is fused with an alien in an accident, giving her super-strength, energy projection and super-human flight abilities.