There’s now more than one way for Floyd Mayweather to kick your ass. Soon you’ll be able to visit your local Mayweather Boxing & Fitness-enabled gym and workout under the guidance of a man in a position to know how to get the most out of every workout.
The Virtual Reality-based program spans 12 weeks and includes intense cardio and skill-based workouts. The VR controls record speed punch intensity and calories burned. The program made its debut this week at CES 2018.
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“Boxing gave me a platform to become a world-class athlete, and I’m using those skills to build a global fitness platform that will help people to train better and smarter,” Floyd Mayweather said at the program’s launch in Las Vegas. “I’ve seen how the fitness industry has evolved; and now we’re taking it to the next level, not only by incorporating the workouts that I used throughout my career, but also by investing in cutting-edge technology and making that a core part of our offering.”
Mayweather’s new VR venture joins other popular fitness technology like Peleton, that gives consumers the experience of one-on-one, world-class training wherever they are.
No word on weather Connor McGregor has purchased one of the systems yet.