Gal Gadot joins Ariana Grande and Gigi Hadid to be the face of a major sportswear brand

The Wonder Woman star is the perfect choice

Leanne Bayley

Actress Gal Gadot has just landed a new gig; she’s the face of sportswear brand Reebok. The Wonder Woman star is known for her incredible strength - she even joined the military in her youth – and now she’s the face of Reebok’s new ad campain. The aim is to "inspire women and future generations to discover and embrace fitness as a means to become the best version of themselves - physically, mentally and socially." Gal joins Reebok’s growing coalition of game-changing women – including Ariana Grande, Gigi Hadid, and Victoria Beckham – as part of the brand’s commitment to empower women across the globe.

Gal’s first campaign shots see her showing off Reebok’s Women’s Training Collection, in bold black and white prints.  

“Working out has always been a big part of my life, especially with having a mother who was a PE teacher, I was exposed to an active lifestyle from an early age,” Gal said. “Through fitness, I have found that I gain strength, endurance and confidence, and I couldn’t imagine a better partner than Reebok to join me on this journey.”

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Gal whipped herself into shape to play the biggest role of her career and said she trained like an athlete. She started an intensive health and fitness routine six months before filming and worked out six hours a day. She said on Live With Kelly and Ryan: “I did two hours gym work, two hours flight choreography and two hours horseback riding. Which is super hard … it’s so painful.”

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The 32-year-old actress will be filming Wonder Woman 2 in June. No big details have been announced yet, but the movie will be set in the 80s and Chris Pine will return as Steve Trevor. Viewers can also expect to see Said Tagmaoui, Ewen Brener and Kristen Wiig in the next installment.

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