As fun as it might be to get to work on a superhero movie, especially as a young adult, there's no denying the physical challenges that come alongside it. For Naomi Scott training for 'Power Rangers' took almost a month, but it wasn't just the work outs that they had to be ready for.

Naomi Scott in Power RangersNaomi Scott stars in Power Rangers

Exercising like crazy everyday was one thing, but learning the complicated routine for the various fight scenes in the movie was a whole other thing. Thankfully, Naomi Scott - who plays Kimberly Hart, the Pink Ranger - enjoyed every minute of it.

'We had three weeks training before we started filming and there were muscles that I didn't even realise I had that would ache', she recalled. 'It was like a crash course, and our stunt doubles are just incredible; some of the things that they have to do, you're just like, 'You are just amazing!' And they're not just there to be our stunt doubles, they're there to keep us safe, they're there to teach us choreography.

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'I think what we really enjoyed specifically was when we had to do a whole fight sequence', she continued. 'It's almost like a dance, it's like a 2-3 minute dance.'

The forthcoming 'Power Rangers' reboot directed by Dean Israelite ('Project Almanac') follows a group of five high school kids who are all outcasts of some description and come together to become super-powered heroes with the help of their new master Zordon (Bryan Cranston) and his robot companion Alpha 5 (Bill Hader).

23-year-old Naomi has previously had roles in the Disney show 'Life Bites', the sci-fi Fox series 'Terra Nova', British crime drama 'Inspector Lewis' and mining biopic 'The 33' which starred Antonio Banderas and Juliette Binoche.

'Power Rangers' is set to be released in US movie theatres on March 24th 2017.

Power Rangers'Power Rangers' is coming to theatres this Spring