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

by Triple H

Description: I picked up this book thinking I was going to get bits and pieces of Paul Leveque's story, but for the most part, workout tips. I was kind of right.

It did give so-so workout tips. If you want to be a pro wrestler, or even a bodybuilder, then the workout tips would work for you. But if you're just looking to get a little fit for whatever reason, then it's not worth it. In chapters, he speaks about what he does each day, how, and why. There are color photos of him lifting, which is informative if you're a beginner.

A good half of it was The Game talking about his life, how he broke into the buisiness, and even touching on topics like his wife, Stephanie McMahon. If you're a Triple H fan, you will love this. One thing he doesn't mention a lot is ex-girlfriend Joanie Laurer, AKA Chyna. That surprised me, to be honest. Nevertheless, quite good of you're a fan.
Along with workout tips, there's a chapter on eating the right foods. However, again, if you're not looking to get super-fit, the tips won't mean that much.

All in all, if you're a Triple H fan AND you have an interest of getting into the pro wrestling buisiness, then you will love this book. If neither, then you won't be interested. If you're one or the other...well, give it a shot.

Rating: 7.5 out of 10

Reviewed by Danny Parkhill on February 13, 2005.

Eric Anderson wrote in with his review:
A great workout book, definitely explaining what gym rat Hunter goes through to keep his very muscular physique. Like old Whisker Biscuit or hate him, this book is as good as workout books get. 7.5/10.

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