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The Rock Appears to be like Each Inch a Superhero within the Health club

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If you thought Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson couldn't get bigger, think again. Johnson seems to train harder than ever before filming DC's upcoming film Black Adam, in which he appears as the hero of the antihero. He referred to this point as "a new era" in previous Instagram posts, and we can't imagine what physique he will bring to the role.

In a recent post with a black and white shot of Johnson's training, Johnson's back is nothing more than a barn door:


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The hierarchy of power at #DCUniverse will change soon. Training for # BlackAdam⚡️ #ManOfThePeople #Ruthless Shooting will start this summer. @jonbrandoncruz ?

A post shared by therock (@therock) on February 4, 2020 at 5:55 am PST

Are we surprised No, are we amazed? Naturally. Especially when it looks like The Rock has reached the maximum of muscles, he always manages to go one step further. Dave Rienzi, his trainer, emphasized in the comments: "No padded superhero suit is needed here."


The Rock has been busier than ever lately. Between the leading role and the production of films and television programs; Working with brands like Under Armor; Founding his own tequila company; and opening the Super Bowl is incredible that he still manages to do his regular workouts. In another recent post, he revealed that the first thing he does when he lands is to find a gym and pump some iron.

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No matter what country and what time I land, the first thing I need to do is find a gym and work out. It restores my body clock and metabolism and clears my mind so I can work the rest of the day. The welding capital can become my balance. Physically yes. But more importantly, mentally. Give it a try the next time you travel anywhere. I guarantee that this is a crucial difference for you and that it runs your company. Life is a mental game. And don't forget to take a shower. @Jonbrandoncruz

A post shared by therock (@therock) on January 30, 2020 at 8:05 am PST

The never ending work ethic of rock is inspiring to say the least and it will be exciting to see what the end product will be when the film is finally in theaters.

Black Adam will be released on December 22, 2021.


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