Reebok’s new challenge

Reebok’s new challenge
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Reebok’s new challenge, Reebok issued a bold challenge to the world to “Be More Human” with its new campaign which was launched on Tuesday.

Reebok issued a bold challenge to the world to “Be More Human” with its new campaign which was launched on Tuesday. “Be More Human” goes beyond a campaign or a tagline; it’s a rally cry to live up to ones full potential. This unique point of view is embodied in the brand’s new symbol, the Reebok Delta. The three sides represent the physical, mental and social change that comes through living a fitness lifestyle.

The brand celebrates everyday people who have reconnected to a rugged physicality that allows them them to live much bigger, fuller and less self-focused lives. For these individuals fitness isn’t just a physical activity – it’s something that enhances not only their body, but their entire life. Through fitness they become better parents, better leaders, better teachers, better partners and overall a better, stronger version of themselves.

“Reebok believes that by pushing ourselves to the brink and testing our limitations, we have the power to transform ourselves not only physically but also mentally and socially”, said Matt O’Toole, Reebok Brand President. “By adopting such a lifestyle, you find yourself in a community of people, joined together by a common purpose – to be better versions of themselves. We’re confident that when we push ourselves, we not only transform our bodies, we transform our entire lives,” he added.

The brand film titled “Freak Show”, available at www.reebok.com/bemorehuman acknowledges that tough fitness is a lifestyle not always understood. Its methods are intense, demanding and require real commitment. “Freak Show” is a celebration of those who have chosen to be more than they thought they could be through fitness. It is a challenge to those yet to be converted to Be More Human.

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