Uh, spoiler, I guess. If you search hard enough, there are plenty of great workouts you can find from your favorites, past and present. The body gets used to things, and after a certain point, it knows what the workout is, it isn’t stimulated to make changes anymore, and you’re wasting your time. Those interested in sitting through an easy course, no need to look any further because class has just begun. The world of physical fitness and WWE go hand-in-hand. It also seems like you operate at a very high-level of training. You may also know him as WWE Superstar Dolph Ziggler’s brother, personal trainer to With Spandex favorite Clark Duke (amongst others), that dude who was on Best Friends one time, or that guy who wrote a fitness book and is way into sharks (but not in a weird way; we’re pretty sure it’s not in a weird way). Everything else has been covered in other workouts. I want them to not be scared of it. Ever wonder what it takes to be successful wrestler? Having Rob’s stamp of approval, in the form of him writing me an extremely flattering foreword, should be reason enough for people to listen to me. You have to just kinda do it. Even Brad Rowe, a pro bodybuilder I rub elbows with at Gold’s Gym in Venice, knows the importance of incorporating athletic style training into his regimen. Just join a gym. No matter what you do, you can’t keep doing it forever. Former NXT star Ryan Nemeth wrote the book on fitness. Triple H. Triple H’s Workout. You don’t have to join a gym, depending on what your specific goals are. Different people approach the subject from different angles. Check. The book isn’t strictly Mason Ryan talking about how much he hates workout gloves and Planet Fitness, however. Just make sure to give it back. Deadlifts. PLEASE don’t get sucked into thinking that training like a bodybuilder is the only way to work out. In order to maintain an athletic body and deal with the year round schedule, WWE superstars must maintain a healthy workout schedule and diet. Be smart! Ask Questions. Everyone knows that along with success come a couple road blocks. I wrote the book for a few different audiences, but a primary one was, in fact, those people who have never exercised before. Start now. You will find your upper body getting stronger and you are able to dominate your opponent by using mire strength. Seen on Sky News; featured in The Guardian, NY Times, The Independent and more. I address this at great length in the book, because that’s a fair question. There are a few key principles that apply to everyone (yes, even the person who is working out for the first time ever), and that’s something I love about fitness. And no matter who you are, you can benefit from adding some of it to your life! And please throw some athletic style training into your program. Injuries unfortunately aren't something that we plan for, but we can at least help prevent some injuries from happening. Whether you are a pro wrestler, a fitness model, a stay-at-home dad, a pet shop owner, or anyone at all, fitness is simple regardless of your experience level. Supplement companies are often not super regulated, and the label on the back can’t be taken as gospel. What’s the appeal to someone who isn’t as dedicated to fitness as someone like John Cena, or even someone who’s getting ready to work out for the first time? Muscle hypertrophy is not a huge factor in the game as compared to overall speed, agility, and strength. John Cena Workout Routine Day 1- Legs and Calves Day 2- Chest Day 3- Arms Day 4- Shoulders Day 5- Back It’s probably a guy (or girl) who has been pumping his body full of insane amounts of drugs for a decade, and has been following a very specific training style for a very specific career goal. My mom texts me daily updates: she’ll send me how many squats, push-ups, and pull-ups she does everyday, and how many miles she walks dogs. Be the first to receive exciting news, features, and special offers from Bodybuilding.com! The content on our website is for informational and educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice or to replace a relationship with a qualified healthcare professional. Give yourself every opportunity to be great.