We have been looking at The Rock’s workout routine and admittedly tried it. Some of us have done it with ease and others wanted to roll over and die after about 40 minutes into the workout. We have recently shown you The Rock’s insane seven meal diet and now we have his playlist to show you. It totals 90 minutes, so he knows when the playlist is over, it’s time to stop working out.
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson workout playlist
1. Eminem – Till I Collapse
2. Living Colour – Cult of Personality
3. Tupac – Ghost
4. Metallica – Enter Sandman
5. Jay-Z – Moment of Clarity
6. Public Enemy – Can’t Truss It
7. Hank Williams Jr. – A Country Boy Can Survive
8. Trick Daddy – Where U From
9. Tupac – Hell 4 A Hustler
10. Godsmack – I Stand Alone
So why should you have a playlist?
We all have one, mine for example is also 90 minutes and as I would imagine The Rock uses it for the same reasons. I use each track as a timer, so I know I have 4 minutes of weighted squats, 3 minutes of HIT, 5 minutes of boxing and so on.
How long should you playlist be?
Have you playlist for as long as you would workout. It’s very simple. If you are just getting into training, increase the tracks as you build your strength an stamina. Add a song or two until you reach your goal.
What songs should be in your playlist?
Put simply. Songs that motivate you, songs that make want to get up and go! Those are the tracks you should be working out to. I also have a playlist for warming down and stretching, they are a lot slower and consist mainly of Gabrielle Aplin.
So that’s it, you have The Rocks playlist to check out for yourself and the reasons why a playlist can help your workout and keep you focused.