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Jennifer Winget gives glimpse of her ‘Toofaan’, here why to try boxing workout

‘Mera wala Toofan’: Jennifer Winget channels her inner boxer as she packs punches during her kickboxing workout and here’s why you should try the fitness regime too
By Zarafshan Shiraz
UPDATED ON JUL 18, 2021 03:57 PM IST
Jennifer Winget gives glimpse of her ‘Toofaan’, here why to try boxing workout(Instagram/jenniferwinget1)

When not oozing oomph with her hot sartorial looks, television hottie Jennifer Winget is seen laying fitness goals and this week was no different as she gave a glimpse of her “Toofaan” inside a boxing ring. Channelling her inner boxer, Jennifer was seen packing punches during her kickboxing workout and we are inspired to try the fitness regime too.

Taking to her social media handle, the diva shared pictures that gave fans a sneak-peek of her robust exercise session. Donning a black sports bra, teamed with a pair of olive green tights, Jennifer completed her athleisure look with a pair of white boxing gloves.

Jennifer Winget gives a glimpse of her boxing workout (Instagram/qcagefit)

She pulled back her hair into a top knot to keep them off her face during the intense workout session. Taking her position inside the boxing ring, Jennifer trained with an opponent and captioned the picture, “Mera walla Toofan (sic)” referring to Farhan Akhtar’s latest sports flick.

Jennifer Winget gives a glimpse of her boxing workout (Instagram/jenniferwinget1)


Kickboxing is a motivating fitness routine and apart from a heart-pumping cardio, it helps in total body workout to whip one into shape in no time. It reduces stress, releases endorphins which give a boost to the mood and help one feel more confident, burns over 800 calories per hour, tones up entire body and is a perfect cross-training workout.

Its added benefits include giving the body and mind a boost, increasing energy levels by breathing hard and sweating out toxins. It also builds up the core muscles and for those who are hunched over a computer all day – it helps better the posture apart from making one reach their fitness goals.

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