The Juventus forward endorses expensive workout gear for building a muscly physique that scientists say has ‘no scientific benefit’.  Experts fear he is misleading his fan base by promoting £350 toning belts that give the illusion they create bulging biceps and Hollywood abs. Ronaldo is the ambassador for SIXPAD, a Japanese tech company which specialises in ‘electric muscle stimulation’ (EMS) products.  Cristiano Ronaldo has been accused of endorsing a multi-million pound fitness sham for teaming up with Japanese brand SIXPAD They come in the form of training belts that zap currents into muscles after being wrapped around users’ abs, arms and legs.  The Portuguese footballer’s rock-hard six pack is plastered on the firm’s website and flagship store in Westfield Shopping Centre, West London.  But experts have told MailOnline that, while the equipment is effective for recovery, it does nothing for muscle growth. The firm’s futuristic-looking Abs Belt will set you back £350, but experts say it won’t help you build muscle Ronaldo wraps the device around his midriff in one of the company’s glossy, high production TV adverts...