Ronda Rousey advises fans to be more prepared for emergency situations through ‘sustainable living’ amid growing coronavirus outbreak: ‘Let’s stop panicking and start preparing’
With coronavirus fears growing by the day, Ronda Rousey is offering some advise to her fans on how to be better prepared for emergency situations.
The former UFC champion and pro wrestler shared some things she and husband Travis Browne have incorporated to live ‘sustainable lifestyles’ on their Browsey Acres ranch in Riverside, California, some 50 miles from Los Angeles.
‘Our coronavirus panic shopping list is: Nonexistent,’ she began in the caption of two video clips she posted on Instagram on Thursday.
Lifestyle tips: Ronda Rousey, 33, advised people to be better prepared for emergency situations, in the wake of the coronavirus, through sustainable living
In the videos, Rousey used a little humor to talk about how people have been making ‘panic buys’ at grocery stores in recent days.
She then recited how she and Browne joked about what they need to stock up on when amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Looking into the camera, Rousey, 33, asked whether they need meat, for which she responded quickly by opening a freezer full of frozen meats and said: ‘No I don’t think we need any meat.’
Preps to avoid panic: ‘Our coronavirus panic shopping list is: Nonexistent,’ Rousey began in the caption of two video clips she posted on Instagram on Thursday
Got meat stored: Rousey first joked about whether they need meat, for which she responded quickly by opening a freezer full of frozen meats
Got vegetables: The former UFC champion also showed off her garden at her Browsey Acres ranch in Riverside, California that she shares with husband Travis Browne
Keeping with that same cheeky delivery, Rousey also pointed out how they are also stocked up on vegetables, fruit, water, eggs and even more frozen meat due to their sustainable lifestyle choices.
‘How are we going to store all this meat if the power goes out?’ she asked as she showed off their Tesla power source and answered: ‘No we’re good on power.’
She ended the clips by suggesting people could be better prepared in case there’s an emergency situation more serious than the coronavirus, to avoid panicking, all while have less of an impact on the environment.
‘Taking steps to live sustainably takes time but ultimately saves money, permanently eliminates water and power bills, reduces our carbon footprint, and is just plain healthier,’ she wrote in the caption of the post.
Got fruit: She also joked how the couple also have fruit growing on the ranch
Got water: The pro wrestler also pointed to their storage of water
Got eggs: The California native also said she has plenty of eggs
The California native mentioned how they started with just a compost bin and a few boxes of soylent. That led to a small herb garden, full garden, chicken coop, steer, a solar roof and a water catchment system.
‘Start small! Just start!’ she concluded in the post.
‘Let’s stop panicking and start preparing! Stay safe out there and #StayRowdyMyFriends!’
Rousey and Browne, also a fixture in mixed martial arts over the years, have been married since August 2017.
Sustainable lifestyle: The couple’s ranch is just over 50 miles from Los Angeles
Going strong: Rousey and Browne started dating in 2015 and were married in August 2017