Cristiano Ronaldo is being accused of having given face to a publicity campaign of deceitful character, according to the newspaper Daily Mail. The Portuguese ace is the ambassador of SIXPAD, a Japanese brand of technology specializing in products of "muscular electrical stimulation".
Experts have revealed to the British publication that the product promoted by the player, which costs about 400 euros, only creates the illusion that the user's abdominals are being developed. That is, at the end of the day, there is no benefit of any kind that can be scientifically proven.
A doctor stressed that this 'belt' gives the feeling of well-being given that it increases blood circulation in the muscle, but does not promote its growth.