Eating well for jiu jitsu Pre-Workout
February 5, 2014
Tip of the day : Do you want to be healthy? Then we recommend maintaining a balanced diet and practice jiu jitsu .
Rodrigo Canale started practicing martial arts when he was 5 years old; now he has a black belt in Jiu-Jitsu and Judo and a brown belt in Karate Kyokushin. He was a great competitor for 24 years, making the cut for Paulista and Brazilian Judo Competition selection, competing from regional championships to the Pan American tournament. He was also involved in Jiu-Jitsu competitions and he is currently the Head Teacher Team of Gracie Barra Mogi Guaçu, promoting our global ‘Jiu Jitsu for everyone’ campaign.
You can already see that competing and martial arts are major parts of Rodrigo’s life. All the more reasons why the athlete is cautious of what he puts in his body. Years of experience have taught our teacher that: eating well is jiu-jitsu.
Read on for a super pre -workout snack that Canale chose to share with the GB family.
Ideally prepare your mean at least and our or two before workout:
This article is for informational purposes only and is not intended to replace professional guidance. The use of vitamins and dietary supplements can benefit a person, but we recommend consulting a nutritionist, doctor or other specialist for evaluation and monitoring prior to using any health enhancement products.
Note: Illustrative pictures