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About FightCamp

FightCamp focuses on providing at-home boxing and kickboxing workouts. The company offers a range of services including access to boxing and kickboxing workouts, performance-tracking technology, and studio-quality equipment designed for home use. It operates in the fitness and technology sectors. It was formerly known as Hykso. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Costa Mesa, California.

Headquarters Location

936 West 17th Street

Costa Mesa, California, 92627,

United States




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The best New Years deals on home gym essentials

Jan 5, 2023

The best New Year's deals on home gym essentials By Kaylyn McKenna / Essentials CBS Essentials is created independently from the CBS News staff. We may receive commissions from some links to products on this page. Promotions are subject to availability and retailer terms. Walmart It's officially 2023, and that means it is time to get moving on your New Year's resolutions. If one of your resolutions this year is to work out more, building a home gym is a great option. Home gym equipment can help you squeeze in a quick workout in the morning, on your lunch break or after work even when you don't have time to run to the gym or a workout class. We've found the best deals to help you get your perfect workout in at home. Top products in this article Keep reading to find the best New Year's deals on home gym equipment and essentials. The best deals on home gym essentials and equipment Turn your office or spare room into a home gym. These apartment-friendly workout setups will transform your space and your body. FitRx SmartBell adjustable dumbbells: $99 Walmart Looking to get in better shape for the holidays, or get a head start on your New Year's resolution? Walmart is offering quite the deal on FitRx SmartBell adjustable dumbbells. Originally $200, you can get one for $99  now at Walmart. The 4.4-star-rated FitRx SmartBell adjustable dumbbell can be adjusted from 5 to 52.5 pounds in 2.5-pound increments. An anti-slip handle and safety lock keep plates in place during your workout. Comes with a storage rack. At this price, why not pick up a set of two? Amazon This affordable home gym kit gives you the essentials that you need to get a workout in at home with minimal equipment. The Gaiam home gym kit includes an ab wheel, jump rope, push-up bars and a resistance band with handles. Amazon Yoga is a great home fitness activity that doesn't require too much space. It's also a great midday workout for remote workers who need to get some movement in and de-stress during their work breaks. This yoga starter kit for Gaiam has everything that you need to start practicing yoga at home. The starter set includes a nonslip yoga mat, a six-foot-long yoga strap and a yoga block. FightCamp FightCamp is an at-home boxing gym experience that combines boxing and bodyweight exercises to give the user a full-body workout. The fitness device tracks your movements to show your progress and help you improve your boxing skills over time. FightCamp packages are fully customizable, with the essentials - trackers and a bag - starting at $499. Walmart This home gym cage set is great for home gym weight training. The cage system features a high-pulley let tower, low pulley station, adjustable weight bench and contoured foam roller pads for a complete workout. Amazon This compact home gym system can give you a full body workout with over 65 potential exercises. The Bowflex Power Rods can be used to adjust the resistance from as low as 5 lbs to up to 210 lbs. It features an integrated lat tower and a removable leg extension/curl attachment. Amazon The Bowflex Blaze is one of Bowflex's most popular home gym systems. It currently has a 4.6-star rating on Amazon. It features a folding bench, adjustable pulleys, a lat bar, a squat bar, hand-grip/ankle cuffs and a leg curl attachment. Like the Bowflex Xceed, the Blazy home gym system offers up to 210 lbs of resistance. However, it is upgradable to 310 or 410 lbs if you need higher resistance. Fiture Store via Amazon FITURE uses motion-engine technology to track key movement points on your body to provide real-time form feedback. The reflective fitness device can offer tips to correct your technique, improve your workout, power seamless gesture controls and reduce the risk of injury. Explore popular classes including strength, boxing, yoga, cardio sculpt, pilates, barre, HIIT, stretching, meditation and customized workouts. The best deals on treadmills for your home gym If the weather outside is frightful, you might as well workout inside where it's warm. We've found treadmill deals that suit a variety of budgets. NordicTrack T Series 6.5 S treadmill: $699 and up Amazon The NordicTrack T Series 6.5 S treadmill  is equipped with one-touch, zero to 10 percent incline control, can reach speeds of up to 10 mph, and be folded up into the frame for storage. It has a 300-pound capacity. "Precise and well-crafted, the unit smoothly folds upright to reduce the footprint in my living space,"  reviewer Morgan Powers says . "The console immediately synced with my home Wi-Fi. Graphics/audio on the 10-inch monitor are crystal clear." The treadmill is available in two varieties: one with a five-inch display screen; and, one with a 10-inch display screen. Amazon The 2-in-1 Superfit treadmill can be used as a traditional treadmill capable of reaching speeds of up to 7.5 mph, or folded down and used as a walking treadmill that will max out at 2.5 mph. The sturdy frame and shock-absorbing, multi-layer design will keep your workout quiet and comfortable. The 2-in-1 Superfit treadmill would make a great addition to any home office for the remote worker trying to get in their steps between (or even during) meetings. Just add a  standing desk  into the mix, and you're good to go. Available in seven colors. Prices vary by color. The price listed below is for the blue model. The best deals on stationary bikes for your home gym  We've found stationary bikes that suit a wide variety of budgets. Shop bikes from Peloton , Schwinn and more. The Peloton Bike: $1,195 Peloton Clip into a Peloton Bike for a cycling workout like no other. This small-space-friendly bike features delta-compatible pedals, a resistance knob for manual control, a two-channel, rear-facing stereo speaker system with 16W of total power, 10-point multitouch touchscreen, USB micro port, 3.5mm headphone jack, Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, 5MP front-facing camera, built-in microphone and volume buttons. A Peloton All-Access Membership ($44 monthly) must be purchased separately to access Peloton content on your Bike. Membership offers unlimited access to Peloton's entire library of content available on your new Bike and through the Peloton App.

FightCamp Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was FightCamp founded?

    FightCamp was founded in 2014.

  • Where is FightCamp's headquarters?

    FightCamp's headquarters is located at 936 West 17th Street, Costa Mesa.

  • What is FightCamp's latest funding round?

    FightCamp's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did FightCamp raise?

    FightCamp raised a total of $94.72M.

  • Who are the investors of FightCamp?

    Investors of FightCamp include HBSE Ventures, Connect Ventures, Floyd Mayweather, Iikka Paananen, Usher Raymond and 19 more.

  • Who are FightCamp's competitors?

    Competitors of FightCamp include Mayweather Boxing & Fitness, BHOUT, EGYM, FORME, Tonal and 7 more.


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