You do not get as gay as Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson without having to gamble on your fitness, which means you train wherever you go. The actor has a reputation for being a little bit more when it comes to his training facilities – or what he calls them, his various "Iron Paradise" locations.
Johnson has just expanded his collection and built a new gym on his family's farm in rural Virginia. He did a quick tour with the fans this week via an Instagram video.
"Here's a look at my new Iron Paradise I built here in the country on my Virginia farm," he wrote. "My property is in a sheltered land of civil war, so the mana and the spirits you feel here can be quite powerful, which is always a great workout."
"Welcome to heaven," he grinned, waving the camera around to reveal the wide range of devices before adding, "Back to work!"
The Rock has a habit of taking its well-equipped gym anywhere: last year, it moved its headquarters to the Hawaiian jungle as it turned there Jungle Cruise and Hobbs & Shaw. It consisted of 50,000 pounds of steel and iron equipment, requiring a dedicated team of people to transport and assemble.
If you want to train like The Rock, but do not live in a haunted civil war country, you can still do it. You can try different movements that you want to include in your training, such as: Rope-triceps low-pressure targeting your arms and triceps, shoulder pounding strengthening the core, and dumbbell shrugging for your traps.