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Don’t Miss Your Last Chance to Save on FightCamp, the Best At-Home Boxing Workout

A woman punching a FIghtCamp bag.

We’ve sung FightCamp’s praises for a while. The at-home workout program provides guided boxing or kickboxing workouts with virtual trainers and real equipment. Plus, it costs a lot less than in-person boxing lessons. And if you sign up for FightCamp before February 1st, you can save $220 on a starter kit.

FightCamp’s Personal package, now just $1,000 ($220 off) gives you everything you need to get started with the service, including a premium punching bag, a pair of gloves, a bag ring (for stability), and a set of punch trackers. These trackers let virtual trainers “see” every punch you throw and provide feedback or motivation during your workout.

The Personal package also comes with two quick wraps to protect your wrists and hold the punch trackers. These wraps are a lot more beginner-friendly (and less time-consuming) than the typical wraps that boxers use, as they simply slide on your hands.

In our experience, FightCamp is a more compelling option than rival at-home boxing services because there isn’t any weird technology involved. You get a proper punching bag, a pair of gloves, and an app to pick workouts or drills. No tricks!

Of course, you still need to pay $39 a month for the FightCamp app and service. But this monthly fee is significantly cheaper than in-person boxing lessons, which you’d be lucky to find for under $39 an hour. And the FightCamp app (which now works on Android) is pretty fantastic—you can choose from 10-day Curated Paths to learn the fundamentals of boxing, for example, or pump yourself up with playlists that follow the beat of your exercise.

I should also note that the FightCamp Tribe package is on sale for $1,300. This package is usually the best option for families, as it includes multiple gloves and quick wraps. But it’s only $50 off during this sale. The standard FightCamp Personal package is a much better deal (today, at least) and leaves you plenty of money to buy extra gloves.

And if you already own a punching bag, you don’t have to spend the big bucks on a FightCamp starter kit. You just need to buy the FightCamp Connect package, which is currently just $400 (that’s $40 off) and includes a set of trackers, gloves, and quick wraps.

Sign for FightCamp before February 1st to save $220 on its Personal kit or $40 on its Connect kit (these deals are eligible for 24-month and 12-month financing). Bear in mind that FightCamp still costs $39 a month after you buy a starter package.


Save $200 on a FightCamp Personal starter kit to get in shape with guided boxing and kickboxing workouts! Or, if you already own a punching bag, get the FightCamp Connect sensor kit for just $400!

Andrew Heinzman Andrew Heinzman
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