Although Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is one of the most capable boys in Hollywood, he suffered just as much as we did. In fact, you might be surprised at how many injuries the superstar actor has dealt with during his athletic and film career.
Johnson shares a posting of a recent leg-day workout on Instagram – no surprise there, check out these other posts. Instead of focusing on training in the message of his post, however, this time he has been warming up and the effects of injuries highlighted it over the years.
Johnson explained that due to numerous injuries, including multiple knee surgeries, an Achilles tendon tear, and a quadrilateral tear, he had to adjust the type of warm-up. Well, Johnson needs at least 25 to 30 minutes to prepare for his workouts to help him stay at the top of his game.
Here's a look at the post:
Although he seems like a superman, Johnson has to deal with the reality of injury as much as other athletes, celebrities, and everyday workout warriors. A good way to maintain your warm-up practice and prevent injuries is to follow this warm-up guide, which is designed to prevent injury to an experienced coach who has worked with several professional baseball players.
Johnson will next the Titan Games on NBC in January and on the big screen Fighting With My Family in March and Host Hobbs and Shaw, which will be released on August 2, 2019.