Rick is joined by Jeff Morin this week on ‘Tech of Sports.’
Jeff us the CEO and Co-Founder of Liteboxer.
Liteboxer uses technology to bring about positive and lasting change through fitness. Punch into a new routine. Punch past your limitations.
Jeff Morin is a MIT-educated engineer and certified personal trainer with an eye for both physical and technological performance. Jeff led manufacturing at DEKA and Formlabs prior to co-founding Liteboxer.
At CES, Liteboxer announced its virtual reality offering called Liteboxer VR available on Quest 2.
The fully immersive fitness experience will feature new workouts daily, making Liteboxer VR the first VR workout experience created by fitness experts. Here are the highlights:
Trainer-led Workouts: Unlike current VR fitness offerings, Liteboxer VR immerses users in real trainer-led workouts with actual coaching and interaction (rather than just exergaming).
Controllerless Experiences: Using precise hand-tracking software–a first for fitness virtual reality–Liteboxer VR offers a controllerless workout, providing all the same intensity without the need to grip hardware.
No Music Packs Required: Liteboxer’s exclusive partnership with Universal Music Group keeps their extensive music library accessible to all Liteboxer VR subscribers, enabling users to curate playlists to make personalized soundtracks.
Go Head to Head: Liteboxers can participate in direct challenges with family, friends, and fellow Quest 2 users while tracking their own performance with in-app leaderboards and personal stats.
Liteboxer’s VR fitness experience will be available to consumers on Quest 2 starting March 3rd, 2022.
Liteboxer has an assembled footprint of 37.6” x 55.5” (~95.5cm x ~141cm).
Great to talk with Jeff!