Angel Reese Covers Women’s Health 

WHN | Feb 15, 2024

In a captivating cover feature, Women’s Health Magazine unfolds the extraordinary journey of LSU senior and basketball sensation, Angel Reese,…

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In a captivating cover feature, Women’s Health Magazine unfolds the extraordinary journey of LSU senior and basketball sensation, Angel Reese, highlighting her pivotal role in leading LSU to its first national championship and being crowned the Final Four’s Most Outstanding Player.

This feature delves into Reese’s manifestation process, where vision boards become a powerful tool for turning dreams into reality. As Reese reflects on her incredible accomplishments, she shares, “I had high hopes, and I manifested a lot of great things.” The article not only captures Reese’s athletic prowess but also delves into her off-court triumphs, including brand deals with Mercedes-Benz and Reebok, and a successful foray into modeling.

Beyond the glitz, Women’s Health Magazine addresses Reese’s unwavering dedication to mental health, emphasizing her resilience and authenticity. Reese’s candid quote from the article resonates deeply: “My mental health is the most important thing.…I’m going to make sure I’m okay before anything. I want people to realize that I’m not just an athlete, I’m a human. I go through things. We all go through things.”

You can read the article here: https://www.womenshealthmag.com/life/a46650114/angel-reese-cover-story-interview/?utm_campaign=trueanthemFBWHphoto&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook

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