Eating well is Jiu-Jitsu: post-workout snack with Professor Kaliffa Oliveira
March 11, 2014
Professor Kaliffa Oliveira is the focus of this week’s ‘eating well’ with his healthy Jiu-Jitsu lifestyle.
The black belt has been practicing judo since the age of 3, falling in love with the gentle art later on and today is a strong representative of the GB family and the Jiu-Jitsu for Everyone program in Alabama, United States.
The athlete carries many major titles such as champion of the Las Vegas Open, the New York open, third place jiujitsu world champion, third place in the PanAmerican, 5 times Brazilian champion in judo and 2 times American champion in judo.
With a rigorous training routine, lectures to be delivered and daily training, Kaliffa knows very well that health is eating well and eating well is jiu-jitsu.
His favorite post-workout meal:
Fillet mignon with Baked Sweet Potatos
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