It is no secret that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is one of the greatest stars of the big screen, wrestling ring and in the world of fitness and body-building. The Rock has gone from a bulky defensive lineman at the University of Miami to one of the moist well-known and respected athletes in the entire world. The Rock is starting to transform into a force that the world has never seen before and he’s only getting bigger.
Of course, it can be argued that he has obtained his muscular physique with the assistance of freakishly good genetics, and that is not all wrong. However, the strict regime of working out and dieting that The Rock follows with commitment has created a body that every man envies and every woman loves.
Nonetheless, it is not all fun and games for Mr. Johnson. After first revealing his intense diet plan and workout regime to Muscle & Fitness, it became apparent that the 42 year old former wrestler dedicates most of his time to his craft. From consuming protein-packed, low calorie foods, to creating some of the most intense workouts one could imagine, it is no wonder why The Rock has left a trail of envious followers and fans around the globe, hoping to someday obtain his muscular physique and rapid agility.
15 His Daily Routine
14 His Daily Meal Plan
13 He eats seven meals a day
12 He trains six days per week
11 It's all business
10 He always trying new things
9 His training alters for different roles
8 He does it because he loves it
7 His conditioning coach
6 Alcohol is not a problem
5 He treats himself
4 His Pyramid Structure
3 The Rock’s favorite body part
2 Genetics helps
1 He rarely does squats
@HugeForearms Took deads out of the program and squats every once in a while. High volume leg presses, lunges & hacks I like better.
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) March 24, 2013
Before becoming one of WWE’s greatest wrestlers, Dwayne Johnson was spending his college life as a defensive lineman for the University of Miami. Sadly, The Rock actually injured one of his knees, which has affected the fitness guru for his entire life and has hindered him from practicing squats regularly. Nonetheless, The Rock has found many alternative to practicing squats by performing machine lunges, seated leg presses and lying leg curls.
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