John Cena (real name: John Felix Anthony Cena) is an American professional wrestler and actor. He is considered to be one of the biggest wrestling superstars of all time.
John Cena was not a strong and muscular guy when he attended school. In high school, he weighed only 120 lbs. At 18, he started bodybuilding and working out at the gym vigorously, gaining substantial muscle mass and weight.
John Cena Workout Schedule
John Cena has a very hectic schedule, probably as busy as yours. Aside from live television appearances, he is on-the- road traveling for house show appearances, television interviews, and spending quality time around his fan base, the Armed Forces, his personal relationships, and his family.
Above all else, he sometimes has enough time to take an hour or two weightliftings and making an impact inside the gym (no pun intended to another company’s television show).
Because of his schedule, he does not set according to isolated body-parts, but grouping between exercising his Upper and Lower Bodies, along with completing his Cardio sessions.
As you can imagine, the Upper Body is contained to the Neck, the Shoulders, the Chest, and the Arms. Within the time-frame of his Upper Body workouts, he will need to train his Arms to provide a better movement or range of motion to train the Shoulders and the Chest.
John Cena Profile
- Name: John Felix Anthony Cena Jr.
- Preferred Name: John Cena
- D.O.B.: April 23, 1977
- Place Of Birth: West Newbury, Massachusetts, United States
- Nationality: USA
- Ring Name(S): John Cena, Juan Cena, Mr. P, Prototype, The Prototype
- Signature moves: Attitude Adjustment, STF, Five Knuckle Shuffle
- Catchphrases: “You can’t see me!”, “You want some? Come get some!”
- WWE main roster debut: June 27, 2002
- College: Springfield College
- Held 19 titles while in the WWE
John Cena Body Measurements
- Height: 1.85 m (6’ 1”)
- Weight: 251 lbs (114 kg)
- Chest: 50”
- Waist: 36”
- Biceps: 20”
John Cena Diet
To balance his rigorous workout schedule and maintain an athletic body, Cena’s diet should comprise food sources rich in protein.
Therefore, he has a well-balanced diet plan that provides all the nutrients along with the necessary amount of calories. His daily dietary requirements are also fulfilled by a variety of fruits, vegetables, and cereals.
John Cena Workout Routine
John Cena Typical Arms workout
If you have seen John Cena before, then you ought to know, he is one ripped dude. I found this John Cena arm workout on the Muscle and Fitness website. This workout seems like a decent arm routine. I would guess that John Cena doesn’t perform this workout by itself. I’m assuming he uses it as a finisher or something along those lines.
I felt the workout was a good arm workout. I had already worked out this day, so I just did this John Cena Arm Workout to add in a little more bicep and tricep work. The workout in total took me about 25 minutes. I tried to use short rest periods, and just crank out the reps. Full Workout is below:
|Standing Barbell Curl||3||10-12|
|Seated Dumbbell Curl||3||10-12|
|Standing Cable Curl||3||12|
|Rope Pressdown (Superset with next exercise)||3||20|
|Single Arm Cable Pressdown||3||10|
|Lying Tricep Extension||6||Failure|
|Overhead EZ Bar Extension||3||20|
|Seated Barbell Tricep Extension||3||20|
John Cena’s Sleeve-Busting Arm Routine
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