Adriana Lima's love for boxing inspired Puma collaboration

Adriana Lima

Adriana Lima's love for boxing helped inspire her new collaboration with Puma.

The Brazilian model recently launched her debut 14-piece activewear line, Club Lima, in collaboration with designers at the German sports brand. Adriana's collection features leather-look leggings, oversized jackets, and cropped hoodies.

"I took inspiration from retro boxing, as this sport has been my passion, and chose four of my favourite colours to bring this collection to life: grey, red, black, and white," she told Shape magazine, adding that she's been working "tirelessly" with Puma's team.

The luxe yet affordable collection ranges in price from $35 (£27) for a training top to $130 (£100) for the AL x PUMA LQDCELL Shatter XT training shoe.

Adriana also opened up about her love for boxing and revealed she'd been training for more than two decades.

"I started boxing 20 years ago, and (at the time) it was known only as a male-only sport/workout," the former Victoria's Secret model explained. "After two months of training on the mitts, I realised how fast and strong I could be. That was a different form of confidence and that started to build up on me."

The 38-year-old has been working with former champion boxers for years, and it was fighter Michael Olajide, Jr. that helped her prepare for the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show just five weeks after giving birth to her second daughter in 2012.

And when asked to name her top piece from her Club Lima collection, the brunette beauty insisted that it had to be the $25 (£19) training gloves.

"I always use them. Not only for weights, but I jump rope with the gloves," she shared, before adding that the main reason she uses them is to prevent germs from spreading. "So many people are touching everything!"

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