LiteBoxer: Hi-tech boxing training device costs $1,495

LiteBoxer free-standing boxing equipment
Punching bag is great equipment for a whole body workout. Especially these days with COVID-19 keeping us away from the gyms, they can be used for a proper workout at home. Well, using them at home can turn boring and unenthusiastic after a while. This is because there is no interaction between you and the punching bag to push you into action. Well, to address this issue a startup has come up with hi-tech fitness equipment for your boxing practice. The brand has unveiled LiteBoxer, a digital boxing trainer that offers you an exciting and fun workout at home.

Reimagining traditional boxing equipment, LiteBoxer uses a patented technology to bring you a first-of-its-kind experience. This connected fitness platform offers full-body workout using a combination of advanced technology, music and expert training. LiteBoxer boxing training equipment is durable, adjustable and space-efficient. Measuring 37.5″ x 55.5″, it can be taken apart for storage and transportation. It features LED runway lights that point out when and where to punch during the workout.

LiteBoxer free-standing boxing equipment

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Also, the LiteBoxer is equipped with force sensors that track striking power along with accuracy of the boxer. Besides that, the rhythm technology syncs each light to the music beats for making workouts engaging and energetic. The boxing trainer offers wireless connectivity so you can connect your smart device for exercise and challenges as well. It also allows you to mirror content from your device to smart TV. The companion app allows one to choose from a wide range of programs such as quick punch challenges or long sweat sessions.


The LiteBoxer free-standing boxing equipment comes with a price tag of $1,495. Furthermore, there is a subscription fee of $29 per month once the three-month trail gets over. The subscription will offer you special workouts designed by renowned fitness trainers. You’ll get your workout routine from the likes of fitness trainer Emily Collins, former US heavyweight Leyon Azubuike and kick-boxer Eliza Shirazi.

LiteBoxer digital boxing trainer costs $1,495

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The LiteBoxer digital boxing trainer is currently available for pre-order and is expected to ship next month.
digital boxing trainer


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