Dating back to the 19th century, wrestling as we know it today was a type of fight derived from the ancient Greco-Roman wrestling. Initially a form of entertainment in Europe, it later became popular in the United States above all after wrestling fights started to be broadcast on TV. Then, it turned more and more into a professional type of sport always combining athletics and spectacle aspects. Nowadays, everyone knows that behind some jumps on the opponent where we could expect his entrails to squirt out, there’s nothing but some studied maneuvers executed in a way that no one is hurt.
Being both energy-consuming sports, playing them requires a very careful diet that needs to be studied to bear hard trainings.
According to what John Cena declared, he starts his day with an energetic breakfast based on eggs and a mixture of oat powder. Then, his meals include brown rice, white meat and fish, vegetables, all of them in considerable quantities, not only to feed his massive body but also to give him the suitable energy. His diet is rich in carbohydrates providing energy and proteins to develop his muscles. Vegetables are his source of mineral salts and vitamins.
Keep this in mind: either playing a sport or not, diets have to match one’s lifestyle and activities!
Let’s profit from this season’s veggies.
Yellow like the shiny sun that caresses its peel