To inspire more women to embrace fitness, Manushi Chhillar is all set to join Ranveer Singh, Rohit Sharma and Hima Das in support of #HomeTeamHero.
Fitness enthusiast and former Miss World 2017 Manushi Chillar has been announced as an Adidas brand ambassador. She will be front-running Adidas’ mission to inspire more women to embrace fitness, whilst creating a positive social impact through the power of sport. She will be a part of the #HomeTeamHero Challenge that has been launched by Adidas to inspire people to stay physically and mentally fit amidst the lockdown.
Joining Adidas team and a powerful roster of Adidas ambassadors including Ranveer Singh, Hima Das, and over 20 other top athletes and youth icons, Chhillar said, “I have always been into fitness so to represent Adidas is a dream come true. I resonate with Adidas when it comes to being changemakers and our aim together is to use the platform of sport to inspire people and drive positive change, whether it is to inspire women, drive sustainability, or encourage kids to take up the sport. I’m so excited to train in my new gear which I’ve just ordered from the Adidas website.”
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Commenting on her fitness routine, Chhillar said, “My fitness regime is holistic — focused on a balanced lifestyle, sleep, food, thoughts, plays an important role because fitness and health are not just about physical well-being but your mental, emotional and physiological well-being as well. Being fit is important in these unprecedented times and I would encourage all my fans to take out time to be fit and healthy.”
“Manushi is an inspiration for many young women who aspire to break barriers and aim for the stars. She has made the entire country proud through her journey, and we take pride in welcoming her to team Adidas. At a time when the nation is seeking constant motivation and inspiration, we want to encourage everyone to adopt fitness activities and continue to believe in the power of sport. The playground awaits them, and when things get better, we all will be ready for sport,” Manish Sapra, Senior Brand Director, Adidas India said At the announcement of the association.
Over the past several days Adidas has encouraged over a million people across the globe, including India which is one of the top countries in participation, to join the #HOMETEAMHERO Challenge that supports the WHO COVID19 Response Fund. Adidas will be donating $1 for every hour of fitness activity clocked on the Adidas running and Adidas training apps till 7th June. If you want to be a part of this global movement, all you have to do is download the Adidas running or training app and register for the challenge