Friday, April 1, 2005


Wrestler Triple H Tackles America’s Obesity Problem

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Professional wrestler Triple H has some heavy work ahead of him – tackling America’s obesity problem.

Triple H has just written the book, Making The Game: Triple H’s Approach To A Better Body (WWE Books) that he figures is a blueprint for people who want to get in shape.

The H – whose real name is Paul Levesque – admits not everyone can look as good as he does but feels most Americans are in denial about their own body shape.

Even though Triple H is constantly asked about the best way to get into shape, the answer isn’t a quick fix. In his words, “Exercise works for everyone, as long as they do it three days a week for at least an hour and eat reasonably well.”

Triple H knows from personal experience. He started bodybuilding at age 14 and says if he hadn’t he would probably still be a 6-foot, 3-inch, 145-lb. weakling, instead of the buff behemoth he is today.

But before Triple H can wrestle with obesity, he has to appear on WrestleMania XXI, a pay-per-view event taking place Sunday (Apr. 3).

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