Liteboxer has been bringing boxing training to people’s living rooms since its launch in 2017. Now, the company is expanding into virtual reality with Liteboxer VR for the Meta Quest 2 headset.
Unlike the physical version of the product, which costs $1,495 for the wall-mounted version or $1.695 for the version with a floor stand, the VR product is considerably more affordable, costing just $18.99 per month if you already own a Meta Quest 2 headset.
“We’ve worked on the VR product for more than two years, so it’s not something like, ‘Oh, Facebook changed their name to Meta, let’s jump in,” said CEO and co-founder Jeff Morin. “I think VR will really allow us to try new things out and reach new users.”
When you launch Liteboxer VR for the first time, you’re greeted with a short safety briefing before being allowed to choose from a range of full-body beat-based boxing workouts ranging from 10 to 45 minutes.
All workouts are synchronized to songs from hundreds of top-charting artists like YG to Lady Gaga and complemented with real-time metrics. New content is being added on a regular basis, so there’s always something new and exciting to try.
“Our partnership with Universal Music Group not only gives you access to the best music in the industry, it allows you to punch to our workouts as though you’re a part of the music,” explains Liteboxer on its website.
If you would like to experience this new VR fitness experience first hand, then you can sign up for the 7-day free trial. At the time of writing, Liteboxer VR is available in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the United Kingdom.