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Dwayne Johnson Times His Meals So Meticulously To Maintain Muscle Mass He Has Dinner Labeled ‘3:17 p.m.’ – Confirmed Director Stephen Merchant

Dwayne Johnson Times His Meals So Meticulously To Maintain Muscle Mass He Has Dinner Labeled '3:17 p.m.' - Confirmed Director Stephen Merchant

Dwayne Johnson is someone who one can look up to for all fitness and gym-related inspiration. The Black Adam star is very dedicated to his workouts and maintaining a good physique. Even before entering the world of Hollywood, he was a professional wrestler who goes by the ring name The Rock. In the year 2001, he decided to win hearts in one more industry, so he joined Hollywood. His first Hollywood debut was in a film named The Mummy Returns. He played the character of Mathayus The Scorpion King.

Recently, he also joined DC studios to play the role of Black Adam. The actor has always been on a strict diet to get into the shape of the character he is portraying. Recently a filmmaker revealed some interesting information about Dwayne Johnson’s diet.

Dwayne Johnson’s Strange Body Habit

Dwayne Johnson
Dwayne Johnson

It’s no lie, that The Rock has worked with several big actors and directors in the  Hollywood industry. He has shown dedication in playing each and every role. Recently, Stephen Merchant a comedian and filmmaker gave out Johnson’s diet details. For those of you who don’t know, Merchant has worked as a director in various films like Fighting with My Family, Cemetery Junction, and Hello Ladies: The Movie. Recently, Merchant was invited to Sirius XM radio, revealing that his friend  Black Adam actor likes to write timings on his food.

“We were having a meeting about the movie and his alarm went off at like 03:17 p.m. and he went to the fridge to get turkey and rice with a message of ’03:17 p.m. written.”

This shows how particular The Rock is about his diet and strict workout.

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Dwayne Johnson’s Brutal Workout For DC Movie

Dwayne Johnson in and as Black Adam.
Dwayne Johnson in and as Black Adam.

The Rock was welcomed by Warner Bros for playing their newest superhero Black Adam. The film made its debut last year on October 3. Fans loved how the Black Adam actor portrayed the character perfectly. But the performance was not the only thing he worked on. As he did some intense workouts to get into the costume of the archenemy of Shazam.

In one of the interviews, his coach revealed all the fitness measures he took to play the character. Dave Rienzi has been the WWE star’s coach for almost a decade and has helped him to get into shape may it be for a role or wrestling.

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Dwayne Johnson as Black Adam
Dwayne Johnson as Black Adam

He revealed that the workouts Dwayne Johnson did were “the most grueling, intense, and demanding commitments of his entire career.” The coach also explained how phase-wise he prepared the actor for the role.

“Phase one was really about building that superhero physique; phase two was maintaining that foundation while filming; phase three and four were both about prepping for specific shirtless scenes. Remember, there was no padding in the suit, and we had to hold that physique for the entire film.”

Black Adam is available to stream on HBO Max.

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Written by Shazmeen Navrange

Shazmeen is an author at FandomWire. With a degree in Mass Media and over two years of experience in the entertainment industry under her belt, she crafts insightful articles that offer a fresh and valuable perspective on Pop Culture and Hollywood. She has an unwavering enthusiasm for films, series, and all things Marvel, which demonstrates her deep-seated passion for the entertainment industry.