WELLNESS The actor and ex-wrestler said that going to the gym “it doesn't cure it but it helps”
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Dwayne Johnson says it bluntly: sports saved him. And not just because he’s been a star of professional wrestling, but also to deal with; its vulnerability psychological. The star addressed in the issue of Men’s Health, where he is on the cover, the most difficult years of his life, when he suffered from depression.
If he has already spoken of this subject, the actor has this time revealed how much sport had helped him.
“During times when I suffered from depression, the gym became my best friend – and I know that is the case for a lot of people,” he explained. “You can go to the gym to eliminate toxins and regain some clarity; leaving. &Ccedit;has not solved the problem, but &ccedit;has helped”.
And help, Dwayne Johnson knows that everyone needs it and that we must dare to ask for it. A gesture that is still difficult to do for many men. “As guys we tend to do not ask for help. The ego takes over and we begin to burying things deep in our guts, which is not a good thing. I became an advocate for asking for help,” he says.
One of the ways he, Dwayne Johnson, can help is by bringing his experience to bear. its 347 million subscribers. With the exercises he offers on social media, he knows he has an attentive audience. “I’ve been training long enough to know that there are good things to do. remember that I could share that could help my audience on their fitness and wellness journey,” he explains.
The star, that we can currently seeing in Black Adam, believes that “life can be crazy and fun for all of us,” and that finding balance is a practice that is perfecting. He says he found it. “making sure to stay in touch with the simple, basic things that are important to me” Bodybuilding, a lesson in life!