Ronda Rousey’s interview with ESPN
Ronda Rousey is an accomplished twenty-eight year old with numerous skills. Besides her judo expertise and command of mixed martial arts, Rhonda is an actress and the titleholder of the last Strikeforce Women’s Bantamweight Champion. Among the firsts in her life, she is the initial UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion, and the female pioneer to win an Olympic medal in Judo.
Ronda Rousey Stays Fit With This Intense Meal Plan, to nourish her slim, 135 lb. athletic figure. While training she perseveres to this spartan sustenance:
At 8 a.m. Ronda eats two teaspoons of each of these three items, oat bran, chia seeds and hemp seeds.
At 10 a.m. she begins training for one hour and forty-five minutes.
By 11:45 a.m. Ronda is ready to enjoy a post workout smoothie, of which she did not define the ingredients.
When noon arrives, she dines on a Farmer’s scramble of one egg plus 2 egg whites with 2 sides of turkey bacon.
By four p.m. Ronda is ready to snack on an apple and munches on a quarter of a cup of raw almonds and the same of raw cashews.
Six p.m. finds her training, then drinking a post training smoothie. She nurses a cup of chamomile tea at bedtime.
The undefined time portion of her meal plan includes (her description) a giant shake twice a day. This consists of one beet, one apple, two carrots, four strawberries and one cup of blueberries. She includes 2 handful of red grapes, a whole lemon, a handful of spinach, the same of kale, 1/4th handful of parsley, two stalks of celery, 2 tablespoons each of hemp seeds and chia seeds, one teaspoon of coconut oil and one chard leaf without the stem.
This combination of fruits and vegetables is adequate to replace supplemental vitamins. It is easy to see how Ronda Rousey Stays Fit With This Intense Meal Plan.