He thought he was going to die after the CR7 diet | video

He thought he was going to die after the CR7 diet |  video

brazilian soccer player Gabriel Meninoplayer palmeirais a topic of conversation in Portugal for tried the diet What’s next for the Portuguese star? Cristiano Ronaldo, but when he left the field He thought he was going to “die.”

In statements to local media Palmeiras Cast, and widely disseminated by the Portuguese press, boyish remembered that wanted to check the power of CR7 to return as an alternative coach of the São Paulo team.

a little boy, 22 year old midfielder Said he “wanted to look the same” as Cristiano Ronaldo.after he was demoted among the Portuguese coach’s exchange options Abel Ferreira.

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So he started with a diet: egg and breakfast supplementsagain pre workout supplementsduring the day and before bed fried fish or meat and salad for lunch and dinner, according to the Brazilian footballer.

The next day he was called to the game and immediately noticed the effect of changing the dietbut they were not desired.

I was warming up and the only thing I thought about was, “I’m about to die.” After five minutes of the game, he could no longer run, he had to be replaced.

fortunately for merino, one of his comrades was treated by doctors, so took advantage of the break to drink isotonic and apply the gel.

At the moment, Merino is the starter with Palmeiras, with whom he won two Libertadores Cups And brazil championship, among other trophies.

Cristiano Ronaldo, 38 years old and Saudi club player al-nasr, This an ardent supporter of a healthy diet and lifestyle, and even publicly demonstrated his aversion to sweet drinks.

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During euro 2020 with the Portuguese national team withdrew a bottle of the brand Coca Cola from the press conference table and said “Water!” a gesture that quickly went viral.

(According to information from EFE)

Source: Aristegui Noticias

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