Disclosure: This is a sponsored post where product was received. However, all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.
With the holiday breaks looking a little different this year, it’s important to find something for the kids to do to let out all of their pent up energy. One great option is to invest in the ArmoGear Boxing Battle set, which can not only be enjoyed by the kids but adults can play too.
Today, I’m going to do a quick rundown on what to expect and give our honest review after testing it out recently.
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What is ArmoGear Boxing Battle
The ArmoGear Boxing Battle is a boxing kit that is recommended for ages 8 and older. It comes with boxing gloves and electronic vests to provide hours of entertainment for families. It also comes equipped with three play modes (boxing mode, advanced mode, and training mode) so as your kids become more familiar with boxing they can adjust to harder levels.
Tips For Getting the Most Out of ArmoGear Boxing Battle
The most important tip for getting the most out of ArmoGear Boxing Battle is to make sure that your kids read all of the instructions before getting started. It’ll tell you how to pair the electronic vests together and give a brief rundown of what to expect in each of the different boxing modes.
Additionally, you’ll want to make sure that you have AA batteries on hand because they are needed for the vests, but they don’t come included.
Lastly, while the kids will probably have more fun boxing outside, you can enjoy some rounds in the house, you’ll just want to make sure that you have a clear space and all of your breakables out of the way.
ArmoGear Boxing Battle Review
My boys really enjoyed playing with the ArmoGear Boxing Battle. It’s a fast paced game and since there’s three of them, two would box while one was the referee and then the loser of the round would swap places with the ref. The vests are very adjustable so if you want to join in on the fun the vests can be adjusted easily to adult size.
I found it to be a great game to play after dinner and it definitely helps them burn off a lot of the energy as they’re constantly ducking, dodging, and moving try to avoid having one of their lights knocked out.
This is our second game from the ArmoGear brand and it didn’t doesn’t disappoint!
The ArmoGear Boxing Battle set is a great game for siblings to play together – especially if they already have an interest in boxing. My boys became interested in boxing from seeing me prepare to go to my kickboxing classes and we’ve been considering signing them up for martial arts, but the whole COVID thing started and it got put on the back burner. This game is the perfect substitute for in person classes AND the best part is it’s priced affordably while allowing you to get years of use from it right at home.
What are your thoughts on the ArmoGear Boxing Battle set?