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6 wrestling celebrity secrets to build muscle

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6 wrestling celebrity secrets to build muscle

You may not be able to perform a 619 or RKO after reading this article, but you can still learn the secrets of those who do these figures. Discover 6 tips of the stars of the wrestling to be well muscled! 


6 wrestling celebrity secrets to build muscle

Dave Bautista

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His secret of training: the diet.

”  With Drax still shirtless, there is no room for fat, ” says Bautista about his preparation for the Guardians of the Galaxy and Avengers films. So, the former WWE star regularly feeds on poultry, fish, eggs, red meat, vegetables, but certainly no junk food. ”  You can not go out and eat a McDo, ” says Bautista, who eats protein during the day and consumes a low-carb meal in the evening. ”  The diet will always be an important factor for me. Even though he’s just turned 50, Bautista mixes a healthy diet with workouts to make sure we’ll never see Drax without abs.


John Cena 

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His secret workout: keep up the pace

It’s this state of mind that helps him stick to a drive to drive despite the imperatives that include WWE shows, international flights, film, and commercial film shoots, endless promotional events. No matter how busy he is, he always takes the time to go to the room. No excuses. ”  Consistency, consistency, consistency, consistency,  ” says Cena. ”  That’s what keeps your body in good shape. “


The Rock

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His secret of training: Persuasion

You remember this quote in the Central Intelligence movie when Johnson told Kevin Hart, ”  How did I get my body? “I only did one thing,” he says. “I have worked six hours a day, every day, for the past 20 years. Anyone can do it, right? “

The reason this replica is funny is that it’s almost true. Johnson started muscle when he was 13 and has not stopped since. He is now 46 years old. Do the math, it’s more than 30 years of constant training. To hope to approach a body like Johnson’s, one has to be prepared to train hard at the room not for weeks or months, but for years.

Check out the Rock’s incredible workout for ”  Hobbs & Shaw ” 

He often gets up at 3:45 in the morning to exercise before he is needed on a movie set at 7 or 8 o’clock. ” Yes, I’m busy, but we’re all busy,” he said. “We are all on the treadmill of life, and that requires balance, but for me, training is a key part of that balance. “


Vince McMahon

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His secret training: As Bruce Banner says in The Avengers: ”  My secret is that I’m still angry. “

McMahon, who speaks of his “complicated” childhood, channels his anger to the room. “Training helps me physically, but mentally, it gives me mental stability,” he says. “If I’m not training, I’m an angry bear.  “


Triple H 

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His training secret: He does not sleep much

I’m not saying it’s always a good idea, but as I help run a multi-billion dollar business, train every day, and have three kids at home, I have to to do without something. So I chose to sleep little. ”  My wife, Stephanie [McMahon], and I train every night at midnight. I do not buy the excuse “I do not have the time,”  says Triple H, who is very fit when he wakes up to sleep for five. ”  I understand the importance of sleep, but I think our body is remarkably adaptable and can work with much less sleep or rest than most people think. “


Brock Lesnar

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His training secret: lifting big loads

After his first UFC retirement in 2011 (and his comeback for a fight in 2016), Lesnar went from physical training to strength training. ”  I can train harder than when I was getting ready for UFC fights,” says Lesnar. ”  I’m training smarter now. My workouts are more exciting, more intense and there is less pressure. “

Do not think less pressure means an easier job: Lesnar trains with 124kg on the over-head press and 250kg in the deadlift.

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