This is fight camp.
It is basically a home boxing system, so what you get is wraps, you get a punch counter which is a Bluetooth enabled thing which actually counts the punches, you get boxing gloves, you get the punching bag and you get a map so that whole system is 99.95 round it up, it's about 100 bucks for that Whole system.
Add on top of that and you have to pay $39 per month for access to the app.
And basically that gives you fitness classes, it teaches you how to box, how to punch, and it counts your punches as you go.
And basically, you're competing against yourself when you're watching the app.
It's counting down your punches, you're seeing how many you're getting and as the clock counts down It motivates you to keep going.
So I just tried this thing, and honestly, it was really, really hard.
There are different levels based on your fitness level.
But I think it's really cool and really motivational to see that countdown and say okay, I've only got ten punches left, I can really do this.
Do this, and this is just part of a bigger trend of home fitness equipment that we're seeing at CS 2019.
So honestly, this thing was a lot of fun to try out, and if you wanna try it for yourself, it is currently available for sale on joinfightcam.com.
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