Quiet Punch Founder, Brian Pedone, teaches the boxing fundamentals and teaches you how to box. Boxing fundamentals are easy and fun to learn.
Easy up, easy down
Punch tracker technology
The Quiet Punch Tracker attaches to the back of the Quiet Punch and connects to the app. It allows you to track your punches and the power of your punches. Just like you would count your steps you can now count your punches. With the Punch Tracker you can join the leaderboard, compete with yourself and others, and be acknowledged by our live trainers.
28” - 36” doorways
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The Quiet Punch is more like a double-end bag so it is perfect for a great cardio workout, speed, timing, and is very easy on the joints. You can still hit it hard, but it is not a heavy bag. Already have a heavy bag or access to one? Then we suggest checking out our Heavy Bag Punch Tracker.
We highly recommend the 2010 and 2020 programs. The first one is 20 workouts each 10 minutes long and the other one is 20 workouts each 20 minutes long. We are also packed with 1,000 punch workouts, beginner workouts, technical workouts, and live training.
The whole unit: Bag + Bars weighs 5lbs. The complete unit is lightweight and can fit in a suitcase for travel.
Brian started Quiet Punch in 2013 after having a long run as an amateur boxer, professional trainer, and software developer. Brian's passion for boxing and skill in tech has been what has made Quiet Punch possible.
Born and raised in the heart of The Bronx, 27-year-old Stacia Suttles has always been drawn to sports and competition. It was at the age of 19, though, that Stacia found her greatest athletic passion: boxing.
One of the great things about boxing is that it truly is a comprehensive, full-body workout. Beginners or outsiders sometimes assume that boxing only works out the arms, but there’s a lot more to it than punching and power. There’s also bobbing and weaving. There are a lot of torso movements and footwork. Boxing requires not only strength, but speed, agility, and limberness.