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Cristiano Ronaldo Training, Workout Routine, and Diet Plan

By , January 6th, 2016 | Celebrities | 5 Comments

Cristiano Ronaldo, commonly known as CR7, is one of the most skillful soccer players of the modern era. The 30-year-old Portuguese superstar has immense love for fitness, which combined with his crazy work ethic has produced his incredibly athletic physique. Even though his body is leaner than a typical fitness model or bodybuilder, it is still worthy to be amazed at or aspire to. Besides long and intense team practices and footwork training, Cristiano focuses on improving his strength, stamina, speed, and functional movements.

Cristiano Ronaldo Physique

Cristiano Ronaldo Physique

Cristiano Ronaldo Diet Plan

Even if you have an efficient workout routine, it will not work well unless you blend it with a proper diet plan. The Real Madrid forward is aware of this fact and he pays attention to the kind of food he takes. Here we share the principles of his diet:

  • Meal frequency: The daily food intake is divided into 6 smaller meals separated by a period of 2-4 hours. This helps to control his body’s metabolism
  • A diet with sufficient quantity of protein: His diet comprises plenty of lean meat as high protein intake is necessary for muscle repair
  • Supplements for recovery: Protein shakes, joint supplements, multi-vitamins
  • Enough vegetables: Since vegetables have lots of minerals and vitamins, they are needed for recovery
  • Sugary foods are avoided: Foods and drinks with high sugar content cause accumulation of fat and slows down metabolism
Cristiano Ronaldo Abs Workout

Cristiano Ronaldo Abs Workout

Cristiano Ronaldo Diet Chart

  • Breakfast: Whole-wheat or whole-grain cereal, egg whites, fruit juice
  • Lunch: Whole-wheat pasta, green vegetables, baked potato, chicken with salad
  • Snack: Tuna roll with fruit juice/lemon juice
  • Dinner: Rice with pulses, chicken or turkey breasts, beans, and fruits
Cristiano Ronaldo Workout Pictures

Cristiano Ronaldo Workout Pictures

Cristiano Ronaldo Workout Routine

Cristiano is a professional athlete who is guided by expert dieticians and fitness coaches. Since his playing career in Manchester United, his body underwent a major transformation. In order to achieve a fat-free athletic physique, he has worked very hard in both the training grounds and gym. His daily workout schedule is as follows:

  • Daily practice for 3-4 hours assuring a low fat level (less than 10 percent)
  • Cardio exercises including several running sessions, each lasting for 25-30 minutes
  • Short-period exercises such as high intensity sprinting drills
  • Technical drills for improving ball control and skills
  • Tactical exercises to relate or communicate better with the teammates
  • Training in the gym for development of specific muscles, as also for increasing total body strength
Cristiano Ronaldo Leg Workout

Cristiano Ronaldo Leg Workout

Cristiano Ronaldo Workout Video

Cristiano Ronaldo Body Measurements

  • Height: 1.86 m (6’1”)
  • Weight: 183 lbs (83 kg)
  • Chest: 43”
  • Waist: 33”
  • Thighs: 24”
  • Biceps: 13”
Cristiano Ronaldo Body

Cristiano Ronaldo Body

Cristiano Ronaldo Workout Schedule

Ronaldo’s training philosophy is to work out 3-4 hours a day on 5 days of a week. Moreover, he sleeps for at least 8 hours every night, which gives his body enough rest to recover after a day’s hard work. To achieve and maintain a powerful, shredded, and athletic body like CR7, you can follow this Ronaldo-inspired training program.

Monday

The circuit should be repeated thrice

  • Barbell Squat (reps: 8)
  • Box Jump (20 inches, reps: 10)
  • Broad Jump (reps: 8)
  • Jumping Lunge (reps: 8 for each leg)
  • Lateral Bound (12 inches, reps: 10)

Tuesday

Rest day

Cristiano Ronaldo Six Pack

Cristiano Ronaldo Six Pack

Wednesday

The entire circuit is to be repeated thrice

  • Burpee Pullup (reps: 10-15)
  • Bench Dips (reps: 20)
  • Pushups (reps: 20-30)
  • Medicine Ball Toss (reps: 15)
  • Push Press (reps: 10)

Thursday

Concentrate on Quads or Cardio workouts

  • Power Cleans (sets: 5, reps: 5)
  • Sprinting (sets: 8, reps: 200 meters)

Friday

Focus on Stability and Core exercises for a tight and sculpted abs

  • One-Arm Side Deadlift (for each arm sets: 3, reps: 5)
  • Dumbbell One-Legged Deadlift (sets: 2, reps: 10)
  • Knee Tuck Jump (sets: 3, reps: 10-12)
  • Overhead Slam (sets: 3, reps: 10-12)
  • One-Leg Barbell Squat (sets: 2, reps: 5)
  • Hanging Leg Raise (sets: 3, reps: 10-15)
Cristiano Ronaldo in Gym

Cristiano Ronaldo in Gym

Saturday

Rest Day

Sunday

Cardio exercise

  • Rope Jumping (sets: 10, rest: 1 min)
  • Resistance Sprinting (sets: 10, reps: 50 meters)
Hi. My name is James Gold. I'm a Fitness trainer. My goal is to inspire and motivate you to live a better life. I want to share the knowledge on how to workout properly, how to eat right when working out and to improve your health and well being.

5 comments so far

  • Goh Guan Chun Says: June 14, 2018 at 3:05 am

    How long do I have to rope jump in the Sunday cardio exercise?

    Reply
    • James Gold Says: June 21, 2018 at 10:57 am

      Hi Goh Guan Chun,
      Performing jumping rope sets for two to five minutes will help you in burning calories and building stamina.

      Reply
  • SANJIB KUMAR CHAKRABORTY Says: July 27, 2018 at 10:11 pm

    I love your physical strength…..I am inspired and also my son inspired….

    Reply
  • yusuf hussaim Says: July 31, 2018 at 7:31 pm

    how did you get all this information?
    i play football myself and all this talk about gym and million different workouts overwhelm me so i really aint sure wat to do. i play striker or left wing. Would using this plan sort me out big time

    Reply
  • Satyam Sharma Says: September 23, 2018 at 8:15 am

    M a football player and I play on the left wing or left mid position.. I m kind of skinny too. Please suggest a workout session along with a diet plan

    Reply

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