Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has just released a motivational alarm clock app
Get your ass kicked out of bed by The Rock Clock.
What are you doing when 4AM rolls around each morning? Sleeping like a little bitch? That's what I thought (and to those of you that are up at 4AM every morning; I apologise profusely). Do you know what Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is doing each day at 4AM? He's blending up some variety of ultra high-protein shake, he's pumping kilos upon kilos of iron in the gym, he's preparing for a long day of SAVING THE GOD DAMN WORLD…on the set of an action film. To put it simply; at 4AM Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is switched on and ready to 'People's Elbow' his day, and the best part is that he wants to help you do the same (you might have to choose a different move though). That's right, Dwayne Johnson has just released The Rock Clock, a free alarm clock app for smartphones that's available on both Android and iOS. There's never been better use for the phrase 'what a time to be alive'.
The Rock Clock allows the user to set both timed and indefinite goals, which the great man himself helps you achieve by yelling out motivational lines such as "You can do this!", "You got this!" and "It's on!". There are also 25 ring tones that you can choose from, all personally created by The Rock, including but not limited to: a mashup of sounds that he recorded from his pet dog- Hobbs, a medley of his old WWE catchphrases and even an option in which he simply repeats the words "beep" and "ring ring". You can even have Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson sweetly croon you from your slumber with his own acoustic rendition of Good Morning Sunshine. Other notable features of The Rock Clock include inspirational video messages from the big man as well as the option to synchronise your app with Johnson's so that you're woken up at 'Rock Time'; the exact moment that The Rock's own personal alarm goes off. The only issue with this last feature is that it'll be going off at around 7PM at night if you're living in Aus, but hey, maybe you work nightshift and that's just perfect for you.
Oh, just one last final thing we should probably mention about The Rock Clock; it doesn't have a snooze button, but would you honestly expect it to?
H/T: The Verge