Summary: I just started using My Weight Loss Coach a couple of days ago. It has started me walking and eating better, but I have noticed several flaws: - First off, the clip that attaches to the pedometer was a little hard to get on and the instructions were not that clear. With a little muscle work, however, it did finally snap on. - Secondly, the pedometer is large (far larger than the Weight Watchers one I already have).
Summary: I like the challenges and such and the ease of use but, I have a big problem with the pedometer resetting. The last several times I have used it the pedometer will reset itself several times in a day, this makes it useless.
Summary: This game is a good concept, but it's too easy to put down. The pedometer is a bit bulky to wear with my work clothes at the office. The "side games" are informative and your little coach character is the cutest thing. Unfortunately, that's not enough to keep me coming back. Logging the food you eat each day was very difficult. Instead of picking from a written list you tap on pictures of food. Sometimes I wasn't quite sure what type of food the picture represented.
Summary: I bought this game not knowing what to expect. It is fun and helpful in many ways. The 'coach' is a cute stick figure who motivates you through funny sounds, expressions, and actions. The distance 'reward' system is well-done. For every task or challenge you successfully complete, you get mileage which eventually adds up to walking The Great Wall of China or whatever. It is a good, graphic way to illustrate your progress. Now for the downside...