The 6 Best Boxing Punch Trackers
This wiki has been updated 7 times since it was first published in January of 2019. The prevalence of CompuBox in title fights, along with repeated controversies over judging, mean that times are changing in the world of boxing. Data is going to matter, and eyeballing it won't satisfy fans anymore when a belt is on the line. One of these modern trackers can help you improve speed and accuracy across your entire punch repertoire, even if you aren't ready to take on the pros yet. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.
December 15, 2020:
In this update we removed the Piq Everlast and the Ringside Red and Blue due to availability concerns.
We added the Kosando Smart, which gives real-time updates so you can change the speed and intensity of your workout in the moment based on the feedback you get. We also decided to add the MoveIt Freestanding, which is a complete punching bag with a six-axis gyroscopic tracker beneath the bag that can infer the kind of strike delivered based on the force of the impact and the direction in which it's applied.
If you're just getting into boxing workouts and looking to level up your training game, you may want to get your own punching bag and invest in a good pair of boxing gloves, or bag gloves if you only plan on doing bag work.
January 27, 2019:
The top selections in this category are very different, and not just because of quality. You will get accurate results from a unit that is worn on your hands, but that might cause a strange sensation if you're very conscious of the weight on your gloves. In that case, you can choose a unit that is freestanding or one that attaches to your bag. It really comes down to how you want to get your results, as that's as important as the features offered.