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Ronda Rousey in Workout Gear Says "Finally Some Rain"

Here are her fitness and training tips.

California girl Ronda Rousey isn't afraid of the rain—in fact, she clearly loves a little bit of seasonal weather on the west coast. The professional wrestler and actress, 37, shared pictures of herself wearing leggings, a gray sweatshirt, and boxing gloves outside, grinning in the overcast weather. "Finally some rain 🌧️❤️🙏🏼," she captioned the post. Rousey works incredibly hard to maintain her strong, fit, physique—here's how she eats, trains, and lives a spiritual life.


Training Routine

Rousey's favorite workout is hitting mitts with her trainer, but she includes many other types of exercise into her fitness routine. "Usually judo, striking, wrestling, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, conditioning, and swimming six to 12 times a week, depending on where I am in my training cycle," she told StyleCaster. The boxing workout consists of sparring, back work, mitt work, and shadow boxing. My strength workout is a lot of core-work exercises, and judo, wrestling, and jiu jitsu is drilling and open sparring."


Chia Bowl For Breakfast

Rousey starts her day with coffee and a chia bowl. "I follow the Dolce Diet, and for breakfast I start the day off at 7:30 a.m. with a Dolce chia bowl," she told StyleCaster. "That's two tablespoons of chia, hemp, and oats, add agave nectar, cinnamon, a couple blueberries, and a tablespoon of almond butter. My diet is about maximizing my nutrient intake instead of minimizing calories, and that keeps my metabolism burning fast."


Superfood Smoothies


Rousey drinks superfood smoothies every day. "Instead of vitamins, I have this giant shake twice a day, so it's all fresh vegetables and fruits," she told Sec Sports. "A whole beet, a whole apple, two carrots, four strawberries, one cup of blueberries, two handfuls of red grapes, one whole lemon, one handful of spinach, one handful of kale, one-fourth handful of parsley, two stalks of celery, two tablespoons of hemp seeds, two tablespoons of chia seeds, one tablespoon of coconut oil, one chard leaf, no stem."


Healthy Lunch and Dinner

Rousey's lunch and dinner are always some sort of protein with vegetables. "Usually when we're in camp, I'll have some kind of egg scramble with a bunch of vegetables cut up at 12pm—mushrooms, peppers, spinach, avocado, tomato—with turkey bacon, one slice of Ezekiel bread, Kerrygold butter, and cinnamon," she told StyleCaster. "Turkey chili at 7pm, which I made using four ounces of turkey, chopped-up asparagus, red pepper, red onion, tomato, beans, chili spices, and cayenne pepper."


Faith and Spirituality

Faith is an important part of Rousey's life. "Every single good thing in my life happened because I had faith that there was goodness coming for me," she told Sec Sports. "It's how I was raised, to have a place and a purpose and know everything happens for a reason. I have faith that even missed opportunities are a blessing in disguise, and the very worst things that have happened in my life have resulted in the best things that have ever happened in my life."

Ferozan Mast
Ferozan Mast is a science, health and wellness writer with a passion for making science and research-backed information accessible to a general audience. Read more
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