The Rock takes honeymoon to D23

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson attends Disney’s D23 Expo a week after getting married — but says new wife Lauren Hashian didn’t mind. (Aug. 25)

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ShowBiz Minute: Hauer. ASAP Rocky, The Rock

Stars pay tribute to Dutch actor Rutger Hauer; ASAP Rocky charged with assault over fight in Sweden; Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson visits protesters in Hawaii. (July 25)

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Here’s the latest for Thursday July 25th: Puerto Rico Governor announces resignation; North Korea fires missiles into sea; Texas school to drug test students as young as 12; Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson visits Hawaii telescope protesters.

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‘The Rock’ visits giant telescope protesters

Actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson visited protesters blocking construction of a giant telescope on Hawaii’s Big Island on Wednesday. Johnson said he was honored to be there and told a crowd: “I stand with you.” (July 25)

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The First (And Only) Cutwoman In The UFC

As the UFC’s first and only cutwoman, Swayze Valentine has had to fight for her place in the octagon. By day, she works in a post office. By night, she wraps hands and treats bruised and bloodied faces of the UFC’s biggest fighters.

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Celebrities bring awareness to mental health issues

As the stigma around mental health declines, celebrities are speaking out more about their struggles. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Mariah Carey, and Ryan Reynolds are all superstars who have spoken out in recent months about the problems they’ve faced. (May 17)

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ShowBiz Minute: Prince, Johnson, ‘Avengers’

Prince heirs sue Illinois hospital over care during overdose; Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson announces birth of third girl; “Avengers: Infinity War” premieres at Hollywood’s El Capitan Theatre. (April 24)

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Rock star: Johnson inducted into Walk of Fame

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson shares the love at a ceremony honoring him with a star on the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame. (Dec. 14)

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Tony Robbins Hired The Rock’s Personal Trainer

Tony Robbins is 57 years old but his schedule is as physically grueling as it’s ever been. As the world’s most famous life coach, Robbins is constantly traveling the world and averages 60 events annually. It’s common for him to put in 16-hour workdays during one of his signature seminar events, and much of that time is spent jumping and running around a stage. This is where Billy Beck III comes in.

Robbins hired Beck as his full-time personal trainer four years ago, and Beck has helped him accommodate an increasingly busy schedule as he gets older.

Beck has his own gym in Florida, has twice won the Met-Rx Personal Trainer of the Year competition, and has had clients like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, NHL and NFL athletes, UFC fighters, and boxers.

Most of his time now, though, is spent traveling the world with Robbins to make sure he maintains his energy throughout his relentless schedule. Beck even bought a house near Robbins’ main residence in Palm Beach, Florida, and has his own place next to Robbins’ Fiji house.

Business Insider recently traveled to Robbins’ Fiji resort Namale and spent several days with Robbins and Beck. And even though Robbins is Beck’s client, it became obvious that the two are also great friends. Following is a transcript of the video.

Tony Robbins: Wow, look at the kind of animals that we have here in this forest! It’s a lion!

[Meet Tony Robbins’ personal trainer]

Billy Beck III: I’m Billy Beck III — trainer to a bunch of people, but in this episode, I am the exclusive trainer to Tony Robbins. We’re in Namale. This is Tony’s resort in the Fiji islands. This is my little sanctuary. This is where he hides me.

I’ve trained hundreds of professional athletes. When they come to see me, I take every factor that makes someone better physically, mentally, emotionally, and I make them a complete athlete.

[Beck travels the world with Robbins …]

Beck: No one does more preparation than this man right here.

[… and it’s clear they’re best buddies]

Robbins: Yeah, Billy has a hard time having a good time. It’s his most difficult situation. He was depressed when I met him. It was an amazing thing.

Beck: Yeah, you are amazing! I wasn’t feeling good about myself.

Robbins: We have to figure out how to reverse that pattern. It’s a little out of control.

Beck: By the time I was 13, I had to make a decision because I grew up in a trailer. I could either have a bed or a weight bench. So, I slept on a weight bench for three years. I didn’t confine myself to exercise. I started studying nutrition. Then, I started looking at sports performance.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson – I was very blessed to be able to work with him. Worked for him like seven years or something like that. It was when he was looking to go from wrestling into movies.

Richard Feloni: How long have you been working with Tony?

Beck: Like four years?

Feloni: And you check in how often? A daily basis?

Robbins: Pretty much daily. Yeah. When we’re at events, it’s every day because he’s there with me. When I’m on the road, it’s not every day. But, we’re dear friends also, so we’re always connecting, communicating. But, it’s constant. Yeah. He’s really there because we’re always adjusting things to what the environment demands from me.

Beck: He’s on stage 12, 14, 16 hours, and he’s completely immersed the entire time. My job is to actually stop him sometimes so I can refuel the tank. The level of technology and science that we employ to make him the best he can be is insane. We’ll get an extra room in a hotel and bring a portable hyperbaric chamber. I mean, we do cryotherapy. We’ll bring it with us. We do lab testing. I do genetic testing to determine what he actually needs more of, you know, from his DNA. So, we’re never guessing. I don’t like to guess. There’s no reason to guess with the way we have technology now.

He pushed his body so hard for so long, that he got in debt with his body. He expended so much without replenishing it, that his body got really beat up. We’ve been able to correct a lot of this. In the last four years he’s — like, this is the best shape he’s ever been in.

Robbins: Billy!

Beck: Teamwork makes the dream work!

I see him do stuff all the time that people don’t know about. He just loves people, and he hates to see people suffer, and like, if I wanted to be like anyone in the world, it would be like him.

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Tony Robbins shocks himself every morning with the “electric taco”

When Tony Robbins prepares for one of his seminars, physical training is as important to creating an engaging experience as is nailing his material. Seminars like “Unleash the Power Within” consistently run past their scheduled daily endings, and Robbins will be on his feet — running, jumping, and yelling across the stage and audience — for as much as 16 hours in a day. On top of that, the world-famous life coach is on the road for the majority of the year, and he runs 12 companies.

To maintain this schedule into his late 50s, Robbins works every day with his personal trainer Billy Beck III, who has worked with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and professional athletes from the NFL and UFC. Part of Robbins’ daily routine includes a session using a pulsed electromagnetic field therapy machine. According to Beck, these machines can cost around $25,000.

While on a recent trip to Fiji Robbins invited us into his home to try out the PEMF machine he uses on an almost-daily basis to relieve stress and minimize pain. His machine is manufactured by Hocatt.

Robbins invited senior strategy reporter Rich Feloni to try it out.

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How Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson could make a real run as president

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson said that running for president is a “real possibility.” In May, a Public Policy Polling poll looking at a hypothetical election had Johnson at 42% support over Trump’s 37%.

We talked to someone who knows the former wrestler better than many: Chris Jericho. The WWE legend and lead singer of the heavy metal band Fozzy is on the road promoting his new book “No Is a Four Letter Word: How I Failed Spelling But Succeeded in Life.” Jericho stopped by Business Insider and we asked him if he thinks his former ring rival has a real shot at winning the White House.

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