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Dwayne Johnson is one of the hardest working men in the fitness and Hollywood worlds. Despite heading into a relentless 12 month shooting schedule, he refuses to skimp on training and remains commmitted to becoming "the top dog" of the business—even if it means waking up at 4 A.M. every morning.
The Rock has taken his training to the next level by partnering up with the prolific strength and conditioning coach Hany Rambod. Otherwise known as "The Pro Creator," Hany has coached 5X Mr. O Phil Heath to his multiple Olympia titles, and also works with Physique Showdown Champion Jeremy Buendia and Figure Olympia Champion Nicole Wilkins.
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Real deal. Our 2016 shooting schedule is a grueling 12months straight of filming (Ballers, Baywatch, Fast & Furious 8 and the big one, Rampage) it requires me putting together a team of professionals from all areas of business who bring their own expertise to the table. In the case of training for these roles – I appreciate my strength and conditioning coach @hanyrambod's sharp attention to detail and structuring the balance of hard core training with smart diet and conditioning. My daily 4am wake ups are a hard core bitch, but any success worth you and I working extremely hard for will always be worth having in the end. Especially if you want to be the #1 top dog in your business. #StayFocused #BeRelentless #GoodLordWhatASchedule #INeedMyCupOfUnleaded #IronParadise4L ???
Johnson, now a father, has one of the most hectic schedules the business—but the man thrives by working hard and grinding through the chaos. By working with Rambod, we expect he'll be more jacked than ever heading into Baywatch, Furious 8, and Rampage.