Push yourself during your kickboxing workouts with an app that calls out combos and has no sympathy for how tired you are. Ruckus calls out hit combinations like “jab cross hook” in a variety of voices for you to land on the punchbag.
- Calls out hits to land on the punchbag
- Timer with configurable options like rounds, pause duration, difficulty and much more
- Workouts are stored and can be shared with graphs to view your progress
- Help section with videos on how to do the moves and use the app
Ruckus doesn't just have to be used for kickboxing it can also be used for mma, boxing, muay thai and so on. You can configure what types of moves get called out by the app, for example disabling kicks from being called out.
As Ruckus is a round timer that will optionally call out hits you can also use it as:
- Workout timer
- Sparring timer
- Personal kickboxing trainer (calling out hits)
- Shadow boxing trainer (with hit callouts if you don’t have a punchbag)
Once you have finished a workout you can save it or share it on social media. You can see how many hits you landed and how many rounds / how long the workout was in total. Ruckus also shows you how many energy points* you earn for a workout. The number is similar to calories but a bit more like effort points as you get more points for harder moves like jumping kicks for example. In the workout section of the app there is also a graph displaying the amount of hits you landed for the last 10 workouts to give you an idea of your progress.
The help section of the app contains videos about how to use the app, for example running music in the background. And some examples of how to do the moves that are called if you are new to kickboxing completely.