The FightCamp App is Even Better

Tommy Duquette

We are excited and proud to release our latest app update, which was inspired by all of you! Thanks to your feedback, suggestions, and overall input, we reviewed everything you've told us and worked hard to implement these upgrades, which will continue to make FightCamp even better.

Here are the app update highlights…

Better Tracking

Thanks to our FightCamp community, we discovered – and fixed! – a bug that was causing the trackers to miss punches. Now, none of your punches will be missed, so make sure you get that workout in and make all of your punches count.

Better Battery

The battery life on your trackers was extended and it will last longer between charges. We also added a prompt at the end of your workouts to remind you to put the trackers to sleep (just in case your sweat and endorphins cause you to forget).

Better Searching

We added a new filter function that will allow you to search for workouts. You could easily find workouts based on level and length. Now, you can find the workouts that do not require trackers in case you don’t have them with you or if you just ordered and you are waiting for them to arrive. Either way, use the filters to search for the workouts you need, when you need them.

Better Menu

To make the most out of getting started and continuing down your fitness path, we added menu items that include:

  • The Prospect Path
  • Tutorials
  • The User Manual

The Propsect Path will show you how to get started and which workouts to do first so you can build your skill set and continue improving. The Tutorials will help you activate your trackers, explain the live screen, and show some of the workout functions. And the user manual will cover everything else.

As always, we want to thank our FightCamp community for showing up, sweating, and sharing feedback.

We are all fighters and together, we are stronger.

About the Author:

Tommy Duquette

Tommy Duquette is a former US National Boxing Team member and a co-founder of FightCamp and Hykso Inc. His boxing experience stretches back over 15 years. He competed in 136 bouts as an amateur, won over 100 and just missed making the 2012 US Olympic Team. He spent over 15 years leading boxing-fitness classes at Boston Boxing and catered to an elite clientele of private clients in the Boston area. He is a graduate of Babson College where he studied Entrepreneurship and Economics and finished in the top 10% of his graduating class.