The UFC women’s bantamweight champion, Ronda “Ronda” Rousey, says she wants more frequent acid baths.
She told Ariel Helwani on the latest episode of The MMA Hour, “If you want to be really clean, go for acid.”
“You need to get rid of the toxins that you have in your body and get rid off all the chemicals,” she added.
It’s just so good. “
There are some other methods out there, but it’s just a lot more efficient, you know?
It’s just so good.
It’s really important for me to get my body back, but I feel like my body needs to be at its best.” “
I feel like the way I feel is the way the fighters feel.
It’s really important for me to get my body back, but I feel like my body needs to be at its best.”
Rousey said she’d like to see more women participate in acid baths, especially those who are new to the sport.
“I don’t think there should be a stigma associated with acid baths because it’s a good way to keep your energy, and a lot of the fighters are really good at it, but the majority of them aren’t.
You have to be very careful about it, because you can get sick and you can die,” Rousey said.
The UFC’s biggest stars, including Conor McGregor, Dana White, Nate Diaz and Holly Holm, all have access to acid baths and use them regularly.
Ronda Rouseys Acid Baths are Not For Everyone: Ronda Roughly half of the UFC’s female fighters have access at some point to a acid bath, which is why some believe the Brazilian is on the verge of becoming the first female fighter to win the championship.
But Ronda has always maintained she wants to get in more than just a few acid baths a week.
During her first appearance on the podcast, Rousey discussed her history with acid and what it would take to get the sport back on track.
In an interview with Ariel Helowani, Rouseyan discussed her past experience with acid, her thoughts on the sport of mixed martial arts, the evolution of the women’s sport and the importance of using it as a means to a healthier life.
(Warning: The audio quality may not be as good as the video)Rouseyan said she felt acid baths could have a positive effect on the women of MMA, but she added that the sport still needs to get its act together.
It’s time to start taking acid baths for the good of our sport.
Rousey also called for the introduction of the use of hydrogen peroxide in the water supply.
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