Ronaldo’s dietician rolls out the diet routine of Ronaldo since his Real Madrid days.
He favors cheese, ham, and low-fat yogurt for breakfast and particularly likes fish, plenty of fruit and veg, and it’s always fresh.
He doesn’t drink alcohol, only water, and definitely no sugary drinks or snacks.
Eight hours sleep a day? That’s so last year, he prefers five 90-minute naps, always on fresh sheets, to keep him fresh.
And when Ronaldo is not kipping he’s either training or working out on his own.
At home he has a £50,000 cryotherapy chamber – three minutes in there at -160°C gets the blood pumping and he swears by Pilates, regular swims, and five trips to the gym a week.
Ronaldo supplements squad training sessions with a personal workout plan. His five weekly trips to the gym include 25-30 minutes of cardio, high-intensity sprinting and targeted weights to increase muscle strength. In total, he works out for three to four hours a day.
A test found he had the body of an athlete 14 years his junior, with 7 percent body fat – (the average footballer is 11). He has 50 percent muscle mass.
Culled from Dailymail