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Tuesday, 1 February 2011

The Rock Training


Speed, quickness, agility and power.

Pylometrics
- For speed and agility
- Rope running
- Jumping over the hurdles
- side to side
- running the stairs
- Box jump

Power
- Clean and jerk
- Hand pullups on towels

Some more :


And he is the people's champ!

25 comments:

  1. I always love/hate your posts because you always post great workouts, but I cant ever do most of whats in em cause of my bad back (scoliosis). I CAN do the pylometrics part tho, so thanks! Post more stuff that isnt weightlifts sometime! >:3

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  2. the is fawkin inspiring, look at everything hes achieved in his life...hes right there with arnold, 50 cent, and greg plitt.

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  3. IF YOU SMEEEEEELLL

    WHAT THE DWAYNE IS COOKIN'!

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  4. the rock is a cool guy but i hate all his sellout crap with Disney

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  5. Let The Rock ask you one question





    How's your lips?

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  6. Stop making me want to workout! I gave up on that along time ago :P

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  7. The rock is a superhero. I wish I could train like him!

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  8. The Rock is not only a super athlete but hes a very kind person in real life.

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  9. The rock is my all favorite athlete, i love that he started to make movies.

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  11. Great vid he had an awesome physique

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  12. I can smell what the Rock is cookin'.

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  13. good stuff man. clean and jerks are so win.

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  14. nice blog
    followed :)

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  15. nice post, got me thinking about grip training

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  16. the Rock is huge in the video, he looks to have gotten smaller lately in the movies he has done... Do you think he still trains in a similar manner?

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