Quiet Punch has taken the traditional boxing workout and made it accessible to people with limited spaces and budgets. The uniquely designed punching bag is now linked with a tech sensor and accompanying iPhone and Android apps.
“I built Quiet Punch after spending 20+ years in the boxing industry. I wanted to take my love for boxing and my Computer Science background and provide an affordable home solution to people,” says CEO and founder Brian Pedone. “It is quite costly for software development so I took it upon myself to code everything from scratch. I get so excited to see new people on our platform each day. With over 4 million punches and counting it just keeps on getting more exciting.”
Quiet Punch A.I. is the latest creation for Quiet Punch and it features up and coming musicians and simulates having a personal boxing trainer for a cost that is unheard of. While giants such as Peloton, Mirror, Tonal, and other tech fitness companies look to fill the houses of the rich, Quiet Punch has taken the route to be accessible to everyone.
Quiet Punch now learns as you train, it creates custom workouts based on your previous work and even features animated trainers with professional voice talent. The app connects to the bag via optional sensor and provides critical information such as punch stats and round frequency. The group app features an active leaderboard and free live classes are held weekly.
Quiet Punch retails for $250 and with the sensor for $350. The Quiet Punch A.I. subscription is available for $4.99/month. For more information on Quiet Punch and all of the new features we now offer, visit quietpunch.com