Sunday, 16 January 2011
Cristiano Ronaldo bits of nutrition and training
The soccer star looks absolutely scorching in the new ad campaign for Emporio Armani . Here’s a peek at the diet and workout regimen of the soccer star with the deadly combination of a perfectly toned body and a boyish face with a disarming smile.
Ronaldo’s nutritionist Patricia Teixeria has some worked out smoothies and juices that are nutritional boosters .
A concoction for de-toxing the system made from navel oranges, green grapes, water-melon and mint leaves.
A juice to boost the immune system made using oranges, pineapple, red apples and ginger.
Juices from the kiwi fruit, green apple, grapes and pineapple mixed and taken to a aid digestion after a heavy meal.
Patricia recommends the following for her celebrity clients:
- Mangoes, pineapple and red colored fruits are to be taken in the morning. Follow it up with a protein in the form of yogurt or white cheese and whole grains or a granola bar.
- Lunch on a big bowl of salads with a host of colored vegetables and a lean protein like chicken or tuna.
- Dinner comprising steamed vegetables and a lean protein.
- Totally avoid any fried foods and sweets can be consumed occasionally, in moderation after lunch.
Ronaldo undertakes 3-5 hours of fitness training five days a week which typically includes strength training, cardiovascular exercises and game practice sessions. And playing an action packed, fast-paced and exhilarating game like football where every muscle in the body is worked, gives the sexy star a fabulous V-shaped body and chiseled abs.
The young man says “ I’m living a dream I never want to wake up from”.