By Aubaid Ahmed Akhoon
Feminism isn’t about making women stronger. Women are already strong. It’s about changing the way the world perceives that strength.
Just as time is setting the stage for development and mankind is reaching the stage of development, in the same modern age, women are shining side by side with men because of their abilities and virtues. Every sector, be it political or social, economic or operational, women in each sector are on the path to development due to their intellectual abilities.
An excellent example of this is Adeela Shafiq Khan hailing from district Budgam , Kashmir Currently Adeela pursuing BE mechanical from jammu university .
Adeela always wanted to get along within some sports activity but due to the academic pressure couldn’t pursue her interest further she was always interested in crossfit games but after shifting to jammu for graduation she started going to gym.
‘Losing weight is hard. Being fat is hard choose your hard’
Every day is another chance to get stronger to eat better to live healthier and to be the best version of you Before few years back Adeela’s weight was around 89 kgs with constant hard work she managed to dropped her weight from 89 to 59 kgs she wasn’t satisfied with the weight loss since it’s well said that, the more we have the more we want so she shifted herself towards strength and started playing dangal and started up well but then she found lifting more interesting so she swapped to lifting.
According to Adeela I started watching girls who play nationals and internationals and i got really inspired i even found that there is no girl yet from kashmir division who has played in nationals for lifting so i started preparing for the competitions .
Untill now Adeela Shafiq played 8 district championships that involve overall lifting as well as bench press and got 7 gold medals and 1 silver medal .
Due to covid-19 the versatile girl couldn’t get along with the preparation well since everything was shut but now Adeela getting back to sports
Currently Adeela preparing for the national weightlifting championship and definitely be the first kashmiri girl to be represent kashmir in the national powerlifting championship.I
Your biggest challenge isn’t someone else. It’s the ache in your lungs and the burning in your legs, and the voice inside you that yells
“Cant”, but you don’t listen. You just push harder and then you hear the voice whisper “Can”, and you discover that the person you thought you were is no match for the one you really are. “
Aubaid Ahmed Akhoon is from Panderathan Srinagar presently Columnist is Working as Sr Edp Head and Councilor at DD Target PMT Parraypora India’s Reputed institute For Medical/JEE Coaching and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org 9205000010
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