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The Rock is not at the top of his game by sleeping in and half-assing on things. Dwayne Johnson took to Instagram on Monday to highlight the schedule that allows him to stay in super shape while juggling so many projects saying:
At 4.45 a.m. most of us are deep in REM sleep, but The Rock is deep into a set of reps. Such dedication did not go unnoticed, as Triple H, a man who knows a thing or two about the gym himself, gave his former WWE colleague a tip of the hat on Twitter. M&F Editor-in-Chief Shawn Perine, another man who practice what he preaches, also got in on the act, but slaving to make M&F magazine the best product possible means he hits the gym at the other end of the day:
— Shawn Perine (@shawnperine) October 27, 2014
Wolverine star Hugh Jackman is also a disciple of early morning workouts, as he and his pack of mates at the Dog Pound meet at 5.45 in the morning to work out in the gym six days a week. So what time of the day do you get your burn on? If you are unfamiliar with working out before the cock crows, here are five ways to build morning muscle, or check out lift doctor’s tips for morning training and leg workouts. If you want to mix it up with your workout time, go for it, it might be a game changer for you. However, never forget, it’s not what time you hit the gym that is important, it’s what you do with the time that you are in there. Now, go get it done!