The Rock flexes hard in his latest pic and quotes Waylon Jennings while talking about work ethic and ‘crazy’ routines


It’s no secret that in addition to being one of Hollywood’s biggest superstars, Dwayne Johnson is also the most muscular of the bunch. And of course, The Rock’s impressive physique is probably aided by genetic factors, but he certainly wouldn’t be as excited without training as much as he does. The man takes fitness seriously, as evidenced by one of his social media posts, where Johnson both flexed hard and quoted musician Waylon Jennings while talking about his work ethic and routines. “crazy”.

Along with showing off the intense pose below, Dwayne Johnson also took to his Instagram post to discuss how he recently couldn’t complete a workout in Hawaii due to “meetings and work,” so he came back later that day to finish what he had started because it was “really eating at him”. Johnson capped off his post with a lyric from Waylon Jennings’ 1978 song “I’ve Always Been Crazy”:

It should be noted that Dwayne Johnson accidentally misspelled “crazy” as “crazy” in these lyrics, but we know what he was looking for. Working out helps keep the WWE Champion and Hollywood heavyweight grounded, and since he was in Hawaii, where he spent a lot of time as a kid, when this incident happened, this prompted him to go the extra mile rather than leave. unfinished morning workout. It is certainly an admirable work ethic!

Last year was particularly significant for Dwayne Johnson, as he starred in two major films, Jungle Cruise and red notice. The first, based on the Disney attraction of the same name, paired it with Emily Blunt, and about a month after the film’s release, it was announced that a Jungle Cruise the sequel is in development. The second was a Netflix Original which saw Johnson star alongside Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds, and in January it was announced that two red notice sequels are in preparation which will be filmed consecutively. Johnson also made a voice appearance as a bank robber in free guywhich starred Reynolds.

As for this year, Dwayne Johnson has yet to appear in the movie realm, but the second half of 2022 will be DC-tastic for him. First of all, he can first be heard voicing Krypto the Superdog in DC League of Super Pets from July 27. Then in October, his long-awaited debut as Black Adam will arrive, with the character’s solo film seeing him clash with the Justice Society of America. This latter role is particularly important to The Rock, as he’s been attached to playing Black Adam in one form or another for over a decade, and he won’t stop talking about the power of the anti-hero.

CinemaBlend will continue to feature information about Dwayne Johnson’s professional endeavors and other particularly interesting social media posts. You’re also invited to check out our 2022 release schedule to see which non-rock movies are coming out in the second half.


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