Dedication to work is required to maintain reputation. And for that there is no alternative to following routine in daily life, healthy food and exercise. Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo also understands the meaning of this word. The daily routine of this footballer is arranged in such a way that he can take proper care of himself mentally and physically.
Sleep, exercise, eat – everything is done according to the rules. Apart from following the instructions of the personal trainer, he also made some routines of his own. Such as Ronaldo’s sleep. This Portuguese football player sleeps five times a day. According to Sport Bible, Ronaldo sleeps for 90 minutes. He likes to sleep in a certain position (feetal position).
Ronald’s day starts at six in the morning. He started training immediately after rising. The exercise routine emphasizes improving your skills and control as a footballer. Ronaldo slept for about an hour and a half after exercising for about two hours. Eat a high protein meal at the breakfast table at 9:30 am. At 10:30 in the morning, he started exercising again for two hours.
Around 12:30 Cristiano prepares for his second nap. Sleep is very important for Ronaldo. Because, through this he maintains his physical and mental health. After waking up for the second time in the day, eat lunch. The menu includes chicken and salad.
At three o’clock he went back to sleep. Have a second lunch after 4:30. Special care is taken to ensure that the food contains proper nutrition. He likes to eat tuna fish with salad, eggs and olives. Have dinner around 7pm. Food during this period consists of lean meat or fresh fish and vegetables.
After dinner he spends time with family and close friends. Jumped into the swimming pool around 10 pm. Swim for an hour. Night swimming helps him calm down mentally. Also makes for great exercise. At around 11 pm, he finished his whole day’s running.
Sleep lasts from 11:00 to 12:30. Then he got up again. He rested till three-thirty in the midnight. This time is Ronaldo’s alone, he spends ‘me time’. Then took another 90 minute nap. Then his day starts again at six in the morning. In this way, Ronaldo sleeps for 7 to 8 hours in five stages of 90 minutes.