WWE Star Triple H Shares His Diet and Game-Changing Workout Routine

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Triple H

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The Monday Night Raw crowd showed signs of impatience, with audiences tapping their feet, chewing their nails, and anxiously waiting to see who would be the new WWE Universal Champion.

Kevin Owens, Seth Rollins, and Roman Reigns were battling it out in the Fatal 4-Way Elimination Match when WWE star Triple H attacked Reigns and Rollins, giving Owens the WWE Universal Championship.

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In order to be strong enough to take out both Reigns and Rollins at the same time, Triple H needed to be at the top of his game. His intense workout regimen is listed below!

Triple H Workout Routine

Triple H insists on strenuous exercises but tries not to exhaust himself, as he believes that doing so will kill the muscles.

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Day one

Incline bench presses – Two to four sets of six to ten reps.

Flat bench presses – Two to four sets of six to ten reps.

Dumbbell presses – Two to four sets of six to ten reps.

Side elevation or straight lines – Two to four sets of six to ten reps.

Triceps push-downs – Two to four sets of six to ten reps.

Day two

Wide grip pull-downs – Two to four sets of six to ten reps.

Dumbbell rows – Two to four sets of six to ten reps.

Hyper extensions – Two to four sets of six to ten reps.

Barbell curls – Two to four sets of six to ten reps.

Leg extensions – Two to four sets of six to ten reps.

Day three

Rest

Day four

Incline bench presses – Two to four sets of twelve to fifteen reps.

Flat bench presses – Two to four sets of twelve to fifteen reps.

Dumbbell presses – Two to four sets of twelve to fifteen reps.

Lateral raises – Two to four sets of twelve to fifteen reps.

Lying triceps extensions – Two to four sets of twelve to fifteen reps.

Day five

Wide grip pull-downs – Two to four sets of six to ten reps.

Dumbbell rows – Two to four sets of six to ten reps.

Hyper extensions – One to two sets of ten to fifteen reps.

Leg presses – Two to four sets of six to ten reps.

Calves – Two to four sets of six to ten reps.

Day six

Rest

Day seven

Rest

Triple H Diet Plan

Wrestling and hitting the gym are mass calorie burners, so his diet needs to make up for it. Triple H’s diet includes proteins, carbohydrates, and fats.

His sources of protein include steak, chicken, turkey, fish and egg whites, and his carbohydrates come from rice, potatoes, vegetables, and pasta. His favorite source of healthy fat is fish oil. If he misses a meal, he consumes a protein shake or a health bar.

Six meals per day

To keep his metabolism high and prevent fat accumulation, Triple H eats six meals a day.

Avoid Junk Food

Junk food like chips and nachos are deprived of proteins and carbohydrates and do not benefit your body. Instead opt for fruits and nuts.

Supplements

Supplements like whey protein contain muscle-building protein and can be used to recover from long bouts in the ring. Supplements are used by many wrestlers to maintain their huge physiques.


Sources:
“Triple H Body Workout and Workout Plan,” Fakt Body Building web site; http://www.faktbodybuilding.com/2013/10/triple-h-body-workout-and-diet-plan.html