How Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Stays Huge

One of the most legendary pro wrestlers in history has also transformed himself into the highest-paid man in all of Hollywood. How does he stay fit being this busy?

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson graced the televisions of most homes growing up, being one of the most celebrated personalities in pro wrestling. Since then, he has hit the big screen and has paved the way for many successful pro-wrestlers-turned-actors like John Cena and Dave Bautista. One thing though, is that The Rock is still fit as he has been in his wrestling days, maybe even larger and more fit. If you take a look at the detailed breakdown of his supposed meal plan and workouts, you’ll understand why he’s as fit as he is. 

Take one look and you’ll see that his routine is very intense. Not only does he center his day around his workout, but they also require a lot of different workouts and high endurance. It is not even generally advised for people to do a high-intensity cardio workout before lifting. Suffice to say, The Rock is in an upper bracket when it comes to his routines. He has conditioned himself over the years to handle all the requirements he put upon himself, and with exceptional results.

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His diet is also dialed up to the extremes. He eats roughly about seven meals per day which can be up to 5,000 calories per day. It is a high-protein diet that many cannot even hope to replicate. His cheat meals are another story.

If you have the chance to see his Instagram, he indulges in his cheat day meals. Clearly, his ridiculous cheat meals do not affect him very much but it may not be for everyone. He eats an excessive amount that could feed a family of four. When you look at his workouts, you can tell that he has certainly earned it. 

The Rock is one of one. While many cannot replicate his work ethic or routine, it does not hurt to take some aspects of his daily life and apply them to yours. If anything, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is the epitome of Chiseled.

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