Triple H Making the Game: Triple H's Approach to a Better Body

Triple H Making the Game: Triple H's Approach to a Better Body

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by Triple H, Robert Caprio
     
 

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Love him or hate him, Triple H does what he wants, when he wants to do it. And now, for the first time anywhere, he tells you how he does it — and how you can, too.

Making The Game — Triple H's Approach to a Better Body is Triple H's verbal and visual blueprint for building your body. He discusses how "a Jones for bodybuilding and a love for

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Love him or hate him, Triple H does what he wants, when he wants to do it. And now, for the first time anywhere, he tells you how he does it — and how you can, too.

Making The Game — Triple H's Approach to a Better Body is Triple H's verbal and visual blueprint for building your body. He discusses how "a Jones for bodybuilding and a love for wrestling" morphed a skinny, 135-pound fourteen-year-old into one of the biggest Superstars in World Wrestling Entertainment. But be warned — the "Cerebral Assassin" has two words for anyone who's not serious about the craft: "Complacency sucks!" He's spent the past twenty years living by the philosophy that training results in improved strength and conditioning, self-discipline, and an ability to focus on setting goals. This book isn't for pantywaists who'd rather exercise their egos.

Triple H had help along the way. He didn't get to be "that damn good" without the support of a loving family. And over the years several bodybuilders (including world-renowned trainer Charles Glass) worked with him to develop the best training regimens. Their advice, plus hardcore commitment, helped Paul Levesque survive "The Hard Way In" through Walter "Killer" Kowalski's wrestling school and become "Terra Rising" in Kowalski's International Wrestling Federation; enabled him to adjust to a difficult life on the road as "the French guy" in World Championship Wrestling; and gave "Hunter Hearst-Helmsley" the self-assurance he needed to succeed.

Making The Game breaks down and demonstrates the split-training workout program Triple H has embraced to achieve new levels of success in sculpting his body. Between drilling you with reps and sets, he relates how training gave him the inner strength to shoulder the brunt of a controversial "Curtain Call" in the ring and, later, to elevate his position with Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock as one of the "Big Three" in WWE. Relive the fateful Raw events of May 2001 that left Triple H with a torn quadriceps muscle. Then you too can feel "The Triple H Burn," the series of exercises he endured through nine months of physical therapy so he could resume his wrestling career.

Besides offering the lowdown with step-by-step exercises for both novice bodybuilders and those looking to radically advance their workout, Making The Game weighs in on the science behind progressive-training resistance and rest-pause techniques; the significance of exercise form over volume; the truth behind achieving "six-pack abs"; the dangers of overtraining and "skullcrushing" exercises that risk injury; and how creativity can go a long way in your workout. Triple H sees it as his mission to provide the guidelines for you to follow in the months and years ahead. And if there's one thing he knows how to do, it's succeed.

It's time to stop playing The Game...and time to start Making The Game.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780743483612
Publisher:
Gallery Books
Publication date:
11/29/2005
Series:
WWE Series
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
208
Sales rank:
775,895
Product dimensions:
7.37(w) x 9.12(h) x 0.70(d)

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Introduction

Whenever I'm out in public, there are two questions people always ask me. How did I get to where I am in the wrestling business, and what tips can I give them on working out?

To some, the questions may seem unrelated, but for me, they cannot be separated. Becoming a serious weight lifter as a teenager prepared me — both physically and mentally — to fulfill my dream of becoming a professional wrestler.

Weight training transformed me from a hundred-and-thirty-five-pound beanpole to someone who was entering bodybuilding competitions a few years later. It taught me how to set goals and remain focused on my quest to achieve them. It gave me self-confidence.

Many of the relationships that introduced me to the world of professional wrestling had their roots in the gym. And once I was in the wrestling business, my dedication to weight training and the lessons I learned through it helped me overcome challenges and continually shoot my career to the next level.

This book isn't an exact blueprint on how to turn yourself into a twohundred-sixty-pound World Heavyweight Champion.

This is a workout book that will give you training tips, exercise examples, and information on nutrition and eating properly, all designed to put you on the road to an improved physique and a healthier lifestyle.

It's the story of how a kid from New Hampshire worked himself to the top of the professional wrestling industry.

Most importantly, this book explains how working out led to my professional success.

Whether you're trying to become the best player on your high school football team, live a healthier lifestyle, look good at the beach, or just want to give yourself a better shot with the babe down the block, I believe a dedication to weight training will provide the structure to help you achieve your goals.

It certainly did for me.

Copyright © 2004 by World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.

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Triple H Making the Game: Triple H's Approach to a Better Body 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
Kristin Ross More than 1 year ago
This book sample was great triple h is awesome!
THE_WOLF_MAN More than 1 year ago
THIS IS A VERY GOOD BOOK IF YOU ARE INTO WWE OR TRIPPLE H FAN? IT TALKS ABOUT WHAT HE HAS DONE AND MORE LIKE INSIGHT TO HIS PERSONAL LIFE AND WORK! VERY ENTERTAINING!
Guest More than 1 year ago
this book was really cool, especially the life-story parts. because the work our parts are 4 guys, and me being a female, i dont do them. but i recommend this book because he's hot
Guest More than 1 year ago
A must-have for any wrestling fan or someone looking to improve their physical fitness. Great ideas about different exercises that involve all of the major muscle groups. I have always looked up to Triple H on advise about working out and I am proud to have read this book. I strongly suggest anyone to get it!!!!
Richard Dziewit More than 1 year ago
I thought the book was great. The workout info,while basic, was helpful as was the eating on the road nutrition. The interjections of his life with the wwe and prior was interesting. As Hogan brought wrestling to the public eye in the 80s, Triple H is doing it for the 90s and beyond.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The book i had to order for a start I wish these superstars would consider their english fans just a bit more than they do, but the book is great im a female so the workout dont do much for me but he is the man who seems to have turned wwe raw round, people say its cos he's bedding the boss's daughter and I have no opinion there, but that is just 1 quarrel HHH isnt ever gonna live down. Id like to know what it is about stephanie that other women dont have, again it boils down to one thing! vince mcmahon, by the way do the wrestlers and the diva's have to date each other all the time, there are more nice women out there guys who dont belong to the wwe!
Guest More than 1 year ago
It is good for anyone who wants or who is working out or who is just a huge wrestling fan or just likes HHH.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I also bet there's chapters on holding others back being good exercise
Guest More than 1 year ago
It's loaded with insight into Triple H's life and wrestling career, the book provides a workout and diet scenerio for the average guy. 'The discipline of body building makes you goal-oriented, and it helps you focus on what you want to achieve in life.'
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awsome
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He is not ugly ;)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It is all about the game and how u play it!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sucks
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This a great book for anyone who does workout. Provides many opinions from 'the Game' himself on how to eat and diet while weight training. Offers realistic goals to focus on while starting to lift weights as far as how many reps and sets you should do on a certain body part. Also includes information on Triple H's rise to the top of WWE, and his relationship with the McMahons. Overall a enjoyable book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ok, but really nothing that anyone who's ever picked up a 'muscle'magazine didn't already know. Only thing I found interesting was the tips about eating on the road. And what the heck ever happened to the chapter about 'sex with Steph'. Now that's what I want to know about.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Loaded with insight into Triple H's life and wrestling career, the book provides a workout and diet program for the average guy. 'The discipline of bodybuilding makes you goal-oriented, and it helps you focus on what you want to achieve in life.'
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is such a lie. How can one man have a body like that just working out? Obviously he needed some help, and I don't mean he needed therapy. Triple H is a wrestler, which means he is fake hits people. Boycott this one.