Despite the fact that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is one of the most suitable guys in Hollywood, he still suffers from injuries, like everyone else. In fact, you may be surprised at the number of injuries that the actor-superstar dealt with in his sports and cinema map.
Johnson shared his recent workout on Instagram — not surprising, just read these other posts, but instead of focusing on the workout in the post of his post, this time he shed light on the warm-up and effects of injuries over the years.
Johnson explained that due to numerous injuries that he suffered, including several operations on his knees, Achilles tears and quad tears among others, he had to adapt as he warms up. Now Johnson needs at least 25-30 minutes to prepare for the workouts that will help him stay on top of his game.
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Despite the fact that he seems to be a superman, Johnson has to deal with the realities of injuries, like other athletes, celebrities, and daily warriors. A good way to stay on top of your workout and help prevent injuries is to follow this warm-up guide, which was designed to prevent injuries from a specialist trainer who has worked with several professional baseball players.
Then Johnson will see hosting Titan Games on NBC in January, and on the big screen in Fighting my family in March and Hobbs and Shaw, which will be released on August 2, 2019.
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