Triple H Making the Game: Triple Hs Approach to a Better Body by Triple HLove 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 Hs Approach to a Better Body is Triple Hs 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 whos not serious about the craft: Complacency sucks! Hes 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 isnt for pantywaists whod rather exercise their egos.
Triple H had help along the way. He didnt 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 Kowalskis wrestling school and become Terra Rising in Kowalskis 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 theres one thing he knows how to do, its succeed.
Its time to stop playing The Game...and time to start Making The Game.
The Game is a theme song used by Triple H. It's all about the game and how you play it All about control and if you can take it All about your debt and if you can pay it It's all about pain and who's gonna make it. I am the game, you don't wanna play me I am control, no way you can shake me I am heavy debt, no way you can pay me I am the pain and I know you can't take me. Look over your shoulder ready to run Like a good little bitch from a smokin' gun I am the game and I made the rules So move on out here and die like a fool. Try to figure out what the move's gonna be Come on over, sucka why don't you ask me Don't you forget there's a price you can pay 'Cause I am the game and I want to play.
The crossover between professional wrestling and videogames has grown increasingly apparent in recent years. Woods celebrated his video game focused Youtube channel UpUpDownDown by inviting Triple H to do a video about his experiences with games. Triple H admits that he hasn't played a video game in quite some time. However, he does say that he's played plenty of games. They're just games that most kids wouldn't recognize the name of. Triple H was an early s arcade game player.