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World Athletics Day Special: What Kids Need To Learn From Their Favorite Superheroes

Today on the occasion of World Athletics Day when everything has come to a halt owing to the nationwide lockdown we tell you about the athletic qualities that children can pick up from their favorite superheroes sitting at home – just by tuning into Disney+ Hotstar!

2020-05-07T12:33:00Z

The World Athletics Day was introduced by the IAAF to increase awareness about athletics and to encourage the youth to take up sports. Although this day is celebrated in the month of May every year, in 2020, the IAAF marked May 7 as the World Athletics Day.

Today on the occasion of World Athletics Day when everything has come to a halt owing to the nationwide lockdown we tell you about the athletic qualities that children can pick up from their favorite superheroes sitting at home – just by tuning into Disney+ Hotstar! 

Be agile like Spiderman: Known to scale tall skyscrapers and jump across buildings, Spiderman demonstrates great agility.

Be strong like Hulk: With superhuman strength, Hulk makes a strong case on how his muscle power comes in handy during the most necessary times!

Be a strategic thinker like Captain America: Captain America highlights that while skill is important, the strategy stands at equal par. Being an ace strategist during crucial moments, he also teaches children how to think on their feet while strategizing. Not only this, but Captain America knows how to keep the Avengers together

Quick reflexes like Wonder Woman: Famously known for quick reflexes, Wonder Woman proves that impulses go a long way in a game!

Be far-sighted like Dr. Strange: Dr. Strange is known to be a master sorcerer and kids can most definitely take a leaf out of his book when it comes to far-sightedness during a match!

Long-lasting durability like Captain Marvel: During a game, durability goes a long way and Captain Marvel proves that by outlasting villains in lengthy battles!

Sportsman spirit from Ironman: Having sacrificed himself in order to save the universe at the end of Avengers: Endgame, Ironman teaches children that in a game, it is about the larger picture – and not just about an individual player!

Who is your favorite character? Why do you like him/her? Tell us in the comment section below.

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