Cristiano Ronaldo's fitness secret revealed

Al Nassr player spends $1 million on health monitoring

By Web Desk
May 24, 2024
Cristiano Ronaldo's diet is not that difficult to follow. — Instagram/cristiano

Cristiano Ronaldo is still going strong in the game at 39 years old, when most football players have either retired or are on the verge of doing so.

Ronaldo had a fantastic season with Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia, and he doesn't seem ready to hang up his boots. He is the best goal scorer and player with the most goal contributions in the Saudi Pro League, according to El Futbolero.


Recently, Ronaldo and Whoop formally joined to monitor Ronaldo's health. According to reports, CR7 spends more than $1 million monitoring his health.

Ronaldo reached out to Whoop to collaborate with them because the Portuguese player frequently uses the app in the gym and even when playing for Al Nassr.

Ronaldo has a body fat percentage of 7%, which is extremely difficult for most individuals to reach. Five days a week, Ronaldo puts in three to four hours of labour, which includes some at-home workouts and team training with Al Nassr.

Because of his reputation for working harder than other players, CR7 has been able to play football at the greatest level. He uses cables for mobility, weights for strength training, bodyweight exercises that target his legs and abs, and aerobic routines like swimming and running as part of his fitness regimen.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s diet is also crucial to his continued success as well as his attractive appearance at 39. Ronaldo eats six little meals a day as part of his diet. He enjoys eating a variety of things, including salads, chicken, fish, eggs, fruits, and vegetables.

The Portuguese player consumes a lot of protein in his diet to maintain or grow muscle, but he also occasionally indulges in cheat meals.