Ronda is a bodybuilding icon.
She’s a five-time Olympic champion and one of the most powerful women in the world, and she’s even got her own magazine, the RondaRousey.com.
But it’s her online presence that’s made her the biggest star in the fitness industry.
In the past year, Rousey has amassed a devoted fan base, and in the process she’s been able to get some serious workout help from fitness professionals, some of whom she calls “bodies.”
Some of them, like Dana, work with Ronda, but a lot of them are her friends, and they have an interest in what Rousey does.
I spoke to Dana about how the two of them got into fitness, why she believes the world of bodybuilding is better than the world for athletes, and how Rousey can help other athletes.
Interview conducted by Jessica HahnThe Huffington Post: Dana, what inspired you to join the fitness community?
Dana Koehn: I had never been to a fitness gym before, so it was really an eye opener for me.
I was so excited to start learning about this whole lifestyle that was going on in fitness.
I’ve been a fan of bodybuilders for years, but I’ve never been able in any way to learn how they did it, and that’s what I really wanted to do with my time at Ronda.
I just love how they work, how they train.
I really like the different styles of exercise.
I also think they do it well.
It’s a very unique sport.
I love the idea of bodyweight exercises that are so unique, and then also they’ve got all kinds of different body types and body shapes, and it’s really a beautiful lifestyle.
And the thing that was kind of shocking for me was the fact that so many people have all these different types of body types, and I didn’t really know where to begin.
I think a lot people don’t know that many different body styles exist, and if you’re going to try to learn something new you have to really think outside the box.
I actually wanted to learn a lot more about this, but it was so overwhelming and so overwhelming that I was kind a lost cause.
I thought, “I really want to go to a gym but I can’t afford it.”
So I ended up taking out a loan from my parents and then ended up buying a membership and then started going to a few different gyms in New York City.
I mean, I had no idea that I would end up buying one of these gyms and starting this lifestyle of body-building.
I’m not going to lie.
I went in and it was pretty awesome.
I also wanted to get my feet wet.
Dana Koeshn: It’s very rare that I get a chance to do a workout with Dana, but that’s because he’s my best friend.
I knew he was going to be able to give me some advice.
I had been working out with Dana before, but for the first time I actually got to do the same exercises with him, and he was able to help me out a lot with things like my bodyweight and my power.
I loved it, too, because it’s a lot easier than going to my own gym.
I can just walk into the room and see all these guys there and it makes it easy for me to focus on my workouts.
I definitely would recommend Dana to anyone.
It definitely gives you a chance.
Interview compiled by Jessica HornsbyThe Huffington Mail: You guys seem to be really close.
What made you decide to do this together?
Dana: Dana and I are really close, and we always talk about stuff and have these discussions about life.
We always talk in the same voice and are very open and honest about our life experiences.
We share a lot, too.
I always like Dana because he always seems to know the answer to everything.
He just gives you the best advice.
He is always so honest.
He’s also a really funny guy.
I don’t think I’ve ever had a conversation with him that I didn.
I like the way he always tries to be honest and try to make you laugh.
But also he’s just so honest and he’s always trying to make the best of his time.
I enjoy that.
I guess he’s more into being open and being honest with himself than I am.
I was in a bad situation at first.
I didn, I mean I was, like, broke, I was in my early 20s and I had a really bad life, and there was no money and nothing to my name, and my mom was in jail and my dad was in prison and my grandma was in the military and I couldn’t even get into my car because I had to pay my debt to her.
So it was very, very hard.
So I had my