TRIPLE H’S POWERHOUSE CHEST & BACK WORKOUT

Generation Iron Triple H Chest and Back Workout

Triple H is a force to be reckoned with.

Paul Michael Levesque, better known as Triple H, is the future of professional wrestling. Like his contemporaries The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin,Triple H has been integral in maintaining the popularity of professional wrestling through the late 90’s and 2000’s. Originally billed as Hunter Hearst Helmsley, the prolific entertainer has gone from an under card attraction to one of the most popular wrestlers in the WWE’s history.

As impressive as his stage presence and acting is, his athletic prowess should also be heavily commended. You can’t fly through the air, crash into the ground, and be hit by steel chairs without having some above average athleticism. The wrestling star wasn’t all that ripped when he first exploded onto the scene, but since then has steadily packed on mass and muscle. Now he’s more ripped than he’s ever been and we’re guessing some muscle maturity is to blame for his increased definition. In particular the wrestler’s chest and back are well built and defined. If you want your physique to look the same as Triple H then check out his chest and back workout.

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Chest

Incline Bench Press – 4 sets, reps = 10, 8, 7, 4
Flat-Bench Dumbbell Press – 2 sets, reps = 8, 6
Hammer Strength Press – 1 set to failure
Dumbbell Flyes – 2 sets, reps = 8-10, 6-7
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Back

Pull-Up – 2 sets, reps = 10 (bodyweight), 6-7 (weighted)
Smith Machine Bent-Over Row (overhand grip) – 3 sets, reps = 10, 8, 6
One-Arm Dumbbell Row – 2 sets, reps = 10, 6 (each arm)
Hammer Strength Row – 1 set to failure
Back Extension – 2 sets, reps = 12 (bodyweight), 8-10 (45 pounds)

As the years go by it’s beginning to look more and more likely that Triple H is in line to be the face of the WWE as its potential president succeeding Vince McMahon. He has also been recently named an editorial adviser for Muscle & Fitness Magazine. Solidifying his stranglehold on pro wrestling and getting in the best shape of his life.

 

Take a crack at Triple H’s workout and get those chest and back gains. Let us know what you think about the wrestler’s routine and be sure to follow Generation Iron on Facebook and Twitter.

Managing editor of Generation Iron, Jonathan Salmon is a writer, martial arts instructor, and geek culture enthusiast. He has been writing about bodybuilding, combat sports, and strength sports for over 8 years. Check out his YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Sound Cloud for in-depth MMA analysis.