Features: 1. High quality material: This smart music boxing machine is made of high quality material, durable, unbreakable and durable. 2. Smart connection: The Boxing Wall target supports smart connection with Bluetooth compatible mobile phone, so you can see the data, punch speed, punch force, number of combinations and other data at any time. The retractable cell phone holder fits all cell phones on the market.3. FUN EXERCISE: This new wall-mounted boxing machine with built-in speaker and light sensor allows you to practice punches to the beat of music, or randomly move from the center of the boxing machine to the boxing machine area under lights. hand training – eye coordination and reflexes 4. Wide range of use: very suitable for fitness exercises, conditioning, boxing competitions. With this boxing mat you will do exercises. 5. Easy to install: Simple and easy to install. The installation height can be adjusted as needed, and adults and children can use it as boxing training at home. Note: 1. The actual color may be slightly different from the picture due to different lighting effects. 2. Please allow 1-3 cm deviation. Manual measurement Description: Material: PU Size: 40*44.5cm
Music Boxing Machine
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Trying to replicate the experience of a boxing class in the comfort of your home, startup Liteboxer has launched a fitness platform that reinvents the punching bag for the connected age. The system uses a combination of light, music and force sensors to provide tailored boxing programs for users of all skill levels, along with the ability to challenge friends and measure your progress against other users.
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The Liteboxer is a portable device with a rounded head that acts as a pad for the user’s bumps, crosses and hooks, with a top cushion underneath. There are LED lights on the track that tell the user where to aim their shots, while power sensors can measure the impact and accuracy of the shots.
The lights can also be combined with music to deliver choreographed boxing sessions where users punch to the beat. These are accessible via the accompanying app and can move faster or slower depending on the difficulty level and type of exercise selected. The app allows users to track their personal bests, progress on the community leaderboard, and challenge users to a remote duel.
“We built Liteboxer from the ground up to provide users with an engaging and complete workout that brings the joy of boxing home,” said company CEO and founder Jeff Morin. “The challenge was to combine hardware that can take a beating with advanced electronics, software and online personal training in a stylish, portable and affordable package.”
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The Liteboxer is available for pre-order now with shipping starting in August, but the system won’t be cheap. It costs $1,495 and a premium subscription service costs $29 per month and provides access to updated scheduled shows, new music and contests.
You can see some of Liteboxer’s features in the short commercial below.
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