The Rock just released an alarm clock that won't let you go back to bed

Dwayne Johnson has released a new smartphone app that has no snooze button...

If anyone can motivate you into getting up for work, doing what needs to be done, it's The Rock, right?

You wouldn't argue with him, that's for sure. 

Lucky, then, that Dwayne Johnson, former wrestler and now screen actor extraordinaire, has released a motivational app to give you the necessary boost you need each morning. 

The 'Rock Clock' is an alarm clock with that added inspiration. It's the latest product from Johnson's lifestyle brand 'Project Rock,' which is a collaboration with sports brand Under Armour. 

There's no snooze button on the alarm system. Why would there be? The Rock doesn't believe in them. And you can even tune into 'Rock Time,' which means getting up when he does, as early as 3.50am. 

Ultimately, the app is to inspire and help you perform. If you've got goals to achieve, The Rock wants to help, with an early morning boost that won't let you go back to sleep. There's also a 'goal and completion' setting so you can track how well (or how badly) you're doing.

This article originally appeared on sister title Alphr.

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