If you have ever needed some extra help or motivation getting up in the morning, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is here to save the day.
In honor of his 44th birthday, The Rock announced the release of a brand new, motivational app dubbed “The Rock Clock.” The purpose of the app is to remind you each and every day to complete one of your goals. There’s even the opportunity to receive a message from The Rock himself after setting your reminders for the day.
The Rock announced his new app on Instagram.
“From this historic day forward – I’m waking your ass up;). The #RockClock has arrived. This app is FREE. Download NOW in my bio. We’ve spent over a year engineering this app for you. Our goal was create a free, direct, uncomplicated, cool, motivating app to help us all get after our goals every morning. I also wanted to totally disrupt the traditional “morning alarm” system we all use on our phones. We created fun, cheesy bad assery alarm tones (yes, that’s me really singing and playing guitar to wake your ass up;) and one of my favorite features of the #RockClock is the dreaded snooze button does not exist,” he wrote.
“Absolutely BEST part of #RockClock is that I’ll be able to track all your goals and you’ll track mine. We’ll chase our greatness and kick some ass. Or get our asses kicked;) Either way, we’ll do it together. Enjoy the free app, share your goals with me and world by using the hashtag#ProjectRock. I’ll be shouting you guys out personally via video messages on this app, so let’s chase our greatness, get after it and as always have some fun along the way. Aaaaand one more thing.. there’s also a function where you sync your phone with mine and you wake up when I wake up. But your candy ass probably ain’t ready for that kinda magical action 😉🦄. #RockClock #ProjectRock#ByeByeSnoozeButton #HelloGreatness”
If you’re feeling really ambitious, you can set your alarm for “Rock Time,” which is 4:30 a.m — when The Rock generally starts his day.
So, if you feel like you need a boot in the ass to get your day started, go download “The Rock Clock” from the iTunes store today. After all, it’s free.
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