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Female Superheroes: Wakanda and beyond

Female Superheroes: Wakanda and beyond

Have you seen the women of Wakanda?

In the latest Marvel movie, Black Panther, there are some amazing and strong women portrayed as heroines. As I was watching the movie, I had flashbacks to the Wonder Woman movie from last year. Another strange thing started happening, my fitness goals started changing. Prior to sitting down for Black Panther, I was actually really happy with where I had gotten fitness-wise. But watching these female superheroes made me want to push myself further. That very night, I had a dream where my arms and shoulders were super muscular, but in a very feminine way. I was in love with my upper body. Then I woke up.

Can we just admire them?

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This image unveils the trio of women who help raise young Diana (Gal Gadot), her mother Hippolyta played by Gladiator’s Connie Nielsen, and her military aunts General Antiope (Robin Wright) and Antiope’s lieutenant Menalippe (Force Majeure actress Lisa Loven Kongsli).
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This image released by Disney -Marvel Studios shows, from left, Danai Gurira, Lupita Nyong’o and Florence Kasumba in a scene from “Black Panther.” Gurira says the representation of women in “Black Panther” is important for young girls to see. The film features a number of powerful female leads, including Gurira as the head of a special forces unit, Lupita Nyong’o as a spy, Angela Bassett as the Queen Mother and newcomer Letitia Wright as a scientist and inventor. (Matt Kennedy/Disney/Marvel Studios via AP)



I want to be one of these female superheroes

I feel like I have multiple powers. I can multi-task like a boss (sometimes). Also, I’ve recently tapped into my management and leadership talents that I didn’t even know I had. As far as my fitness is concerned, I’ve been reaching new levels in my strength training and cardio (a.k.a. running). Personality matters the most, and I definitely have a good one. These female superheroes are giving me motivation on a daily basis to always work towards being an even better version of me.

I see no difference between any of these superheroes; I think they’re all just as strong and amazing. They bring inspiration to everyone, no matter your skin color or nationality.

Who’s your favorite superhero?

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Female Superheroes: Wakanda and beyond was originally published on Self Evolve


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