Owning the first UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion title, Ronda Rousey marks her name in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) history. After her winning moment last July 5, 2014, Rousey became a hot topic among the MMA enthusiasts. Her incredible sixteen seconds fight on the first round knocked out her opponent Alexis Davis. That marvelous move wowed the eager crowd.
The 27-year old American MMA icon shares some valuable advice to keep the passion in the ring burning. She said beforehand that the first thing that you should do is to know your body. Reading anatomy books will help you determine your body parts, which will later on be crucial to figure out the attacks against your opponent. Rousey recommends that you do routine exercise daily to help you monitor your heart rate, especially at its maximum level. Ingesting healthy food is what comprises the MMA superstar’s diet so expect her not indulging into binge eating.
First things first, Rousey suggests you learn the basic martial arts before jumping into a more advanced one. Hire a professional trainer that you trust and has a reputable name in the industry. Training is a process; don’t get in a rush to become the best. Rousey also started with zero experience before she landed in UFC. Visualize and analyze the moves of your opponent. Anticipate his attack and think a quick defense to that. This helps you recognize your opponent and form your strategy.