Paige VanZant

Paige VanZant may not look tough, but to put it frankly, she’s fully capable of knocking you the hell out. The U.S. native is classified as a flyweight meaning that she weighs under 125 pounds. Aside from her career in MMA she has also appeared on Dancing with the Stars and Chopped.

Gina Carano

At 34-years-old, Gina Carano, certainly isn’t a spring chicken. But she hasn’t let her age stop her from having a successful career in not only MMA, but modeling and acting as well. She has appeared in movies such as Deadpool and Fast & Furious 6.

According to Culture Hook, “Gina has always embraced the more strenuous workouts, such as high-intensity cardio, weight lifting, and martial arts training. She recently switched her routine to a lighter and more holistic workout, part of which is yoga.”

Miesha Tate

Miesha Tate is a dedicated MMA fighter who is known for being a tough competitor in the cage. Miesha takes her workout routine very seriously, not only just to prepare for fights, but to maintain her stunning physique. Tate recommends training for martial arts because “You won’t just get sculpted; you’ll pick up valuable self-defense skills as well”.

Michelle Waterson

Colorado native, Michelle Waterson, is somewhat of a veteran in the business. She has been an MMA fighter as well as an actress, appearing in films like Thor. Michelle’s good looks have undoubtedly given her career outside of the cage a boost, and she says the secret to looking good is staying hydrated.

According to Waterson, “I stay very hydrated and eat very clean. I try to stay away from processed, fried foods. Towards the end of my camp I stick to leaner meats and lots of green veggies”.

Anastasia Yankova

This blonde bombshell certainly doesn’t look like the type of person who enjoys slapping people around for fun, but this is exactly why you should never judge a book by its cover. This Russian MMA fighter has been training since she was just a child.

Her advice to anyone looking to pursue a career in MMA is to give 100% effort during training.

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