Triple H Workout and Diet: How ‘The Game’ Stays in Shape With His Fitness Plan (Watch Videos)

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Paul Michael Levesque, better known by the ring name of Triple H was born on July 27, 1969, in Nashua, New Hampshire. Triple H started bodybuilding at the age of 14 and he won the 1988 Mr.Teenage New Hampshire competition at the age of 19. Triple H is also known by the name of 'Cerebral Assassin', 'The Hunter' mostly because of the way he treats his opponent in the ring. Triple H is currently the COO of WWE.

Many WWE wrestlers are role models both inside and outside the ring. Wrestling superstars like Brock Lesnar, Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns are  idols of fitness for their fans. However, they are no match for 'The Game' or Triple H. On July 27, 2019, Triple H turns 50 years old. But even at this age, his immense stamina and strength can put any young wrestler to shame. Let us find out how 'The Game' stays in shape with his fitness plan, workout and diet. Triple H Presents England Customised WWE Championship Belt.

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Paul Michael Levesque, better known by the ring name of Triple H was born on July 27, 1969, in Nashua, New Hampshire. Triple H started bodybuilding at the age of 14 and he won the 1988 Mr Teenage New Hampshire competition at the age of 19. Before he started training for professional wrestling, he worked as a manager at Gold's Gym in Nashua.

Triple H is also known as  'Cerebral Assassin' or 'The Hunter', mostly due to the way he treats his opponents in the ring. Triple H is currently the COO of WWE. WWE Raw Reunion July 22, 2019 Results and Highlights: Stone Cold Steve Austin, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, DX and the Kliq Gather to Raise a Toast (Watch Videos)

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Triple H Workout

Triple H manages to maintain his massive physique even at the age of 50. 'The Game' trains each muscle group by giving a separate day for the chest training. His training of back is mixed with legs and biceps. 'The Game' also focusses on developing a strong triceps.

Remember 'Triple H' is a wrestler, not a regular aesthetic bodybuilder. His training program ensures that he trains for endurance, speed, agility and power so that he can give a good long fight in the ring. His workout routine includes functional exercise like battle rope, box jump, sled push etc. For strength development, Triple H performs sumo deadlift which develops the posterior chain.

'The Game' Performs Deadlift, Box Jump & Banded Squat 


Very Important For a Wrestler To Have a Strong Neck


Triple H Trains His Core!


Triple H training his Pectoralis Muscle, Anterior & Posterior Deltoid & Bicep


Triple H Diet

Triple H eats full-fledged six balanced meals in a day to keep his metabolic rate high. When he prepares for a particular fight, he follows a carb cycle in which he includes low-calorie carbohydrates.  His meal, in general, includes vegetables, meat, fruits, starch and plenty of water. Triple H strictly avoids junk food.

Triple H's main source of protein includes steak, chicken, turkey, fish and egg whites; and he derives carbohydrates come from rice, potatoes, vegetables and pasta. He likes to get healthy fat from fish oil. If Triple H misses a meal, he consumes a protein shake or a health bar.

Keeping fit Triple H style is no child's play. It needs focus, determination and self-control. It's little wonder why the WWE wrestler is a fitness icon for many.