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The Rock Dwayne Johnson Arm Workout
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What was The Rock Dwayne Johnson's arm training routine?
Dwayne Douglas Johnson was born in Hayward California on May 2, 1972 to a mother who was a wrestling promoter and a father who was a professional wrestler called Rocky Johnson. He was a track and field athlete at school but quickly got into competitive wrestling just like his father.
Dwayne joined the WWF in 1995 and went on to make a name for himself in the industry just like his father and his family wanted him to. He won the Wrestlemania show in 1997 and was set to compete often. Even though he was out of action for nearly a year with a knee injury he still became well-known as "The Rock".
In less than ten years of professional wrestling Dwayne won the WWF world championships a total of seven times and became the WWE undisputed champion. After his unofficial retirement in 2001 he went on to do a number of guest appearances as well as acting in movies.
In March 2008 he was officially inducted in the WWE Hall of Fame and has continued to appear at various roast ceremonies like the roasting of John Cena, Chris Jericho and his arch rival who has beaten him Steve Austin. He continued to wrestle and kept coming back out of retirement and appeared in the WWE Raw Royal Rumble in January 2013.
But Dwayne was also busy making movies and in 2013 was named as the top grossing actor in 2013 with well over $1.3 billion in tickets sold. $780 million of that amount was for his role in the Fast and the Furious 6. Dawyne was also a successful writer who co-wrote the book The Rock Says with Joe Layden which was on the best-seller list for over a month.
Dwayne still trains hard and looks like a bodybuilder when he is on screen. At a height of 6'5" he weighs around 260 pounds when fighting. He trains hard every day and at his best shape boasted 20 inch arms. Although he never competed as bodybuilder one would think that he would have done well.
When not preparing for a wrestling contest his workouts are tough and he uses the principal of training to the point of failure and beyond. He trains his arms twice a week using multiple sets for both biceps and triceps. Keeping his body-fat at around 10% he certainly shows good definition in those monster guns of his.
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