Look Like The Rock, Lift Like The Rock, Become The Rock

Imagine, just for a second, that you are Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. You are The Rock. Then stop and look at the joke of a “life” you do have. You definitely don’t have a nickname so well established that the “The” is capitalised. You might not even have a nickname at all. There’s only one conclusion to draw – you should do all you can to be more like The Rock.

That could start with attempting to build a body that matches The Rock’s – funnily enough, our friends at Men’s Fitness have provided a 12-week training plan to help you do just that – but it’s about more than just muscles. It’s about a state of mind.

A state of mind and maybe the clothes. You can now dress like The Rock, who has collaborated with Under Armour to launch the new UA SuperVent Project Rock Training Collection and Project Rock Delta Footwear.

Once you get over the fact that Project Rock should really be Project The Rock, there are some mighty fine clothes and shoes to take a look at. If you have the arms to pull it off, the vest is almost certainly the way to go. The Rock doesn’t cover his arms. BY LAW.

Full respect to Under Armour for allowing you to look like The Rock… minus the bulging muscles and handsome face (and don’t even try the eyebrow thing).

The SuperVent Project Rock Training Collection features T-shirts, tank tops, shorts and leggings, with prices ranging from £30 to £115. Head to underarmour.co.uk to check out the parts of the collection that’s currently available – which is not much. It’s been flying off the shelves since it launched late last week, but Under Armour have promised that more stock will be in soon. Gaze upon the greatness in our gallery above in the meantime. 

Nick Harris-Fry
Senior writer

Nick Harris-Fry is a journalist who has been covering health and fitness since 2015. Nick is an avid runner, covering 70-110km a week, which gives him ample opportunity to test a wide range of running shoes and running gear. He is also the chief tester for fitness trackers and running watches, treadmills and exercise bikes, and workout headphones.