Summary: I really enjoy my biggest Loser for the Wii. It could use some tweeking in some spots. I don't like that you can't change the exercise or intensity that they choose for you. You can't go back a day or more and add anything. Once the day is over you're done. they need to make the next one a little more user friendly. But overall it is good.
Summary: I got this because I love the Biggest Loser and the reviews for this were good. You will get a good workout and the intensity levels are a good range. But--the graphics are boring, the trainers say the same few lines over and over again whether you do the moves right OR wrong, the characters don't even represent you--but a former TV player. And the controls or response to your controller is all over the place--doesn't navigate very well.
Routines not truly interactive, but provides a great workout
Will Klinger, Amazon
13 January 2010
Summary: The Biggest Loser game for Wii has kept me interested over the past couple of weeks, but it does have a few drawbacks that lead me to believe this game was rushed and not very well programmed. Many of these pros and cons have been mentioned in other reviews, but here they are from my perspective: Pros: -I feel I definitely get a good workout at the moderate to intense levels. I sweat quite a bit and can feel burn in my muscles.
Summary: Terrible directions with the activities. If you are on the floor and can't see the TV, you have no idea when they changes moves or when they are finished. And, I need foam blocks to throw everytime he says "overweight Lova". Good grief! There is no flexibility if you miss a day, you cannot make it up or get back on track the next day.
Can be used with or without Balance board, but exercises are very tough on knees
L. A. Dunn, Amazon
29 December 2009
Summary: Okay - I was SO excited about getting this to compliment my Wii Fit Plus for Christmas. I adore Bob, love the show and couldn't wait to do it. However compared with the Wii Fit Plus, this was a grand disappointment. It just isn't as well done and wasn't what I was expecting. First off, you cannot create an Avatar or use your Mii - you have to choose one of the Avatars of the past contestants.
Summary: The Biggest Loser game is not the worst game I have ever played, but definitely not the best. I am in pretty good shape and I feel the only difficult thing in this game are the challenges. They really make you work hard! Other than that, the workouts are pretty easy and if the calories burnt are correct, I might as well use a different game. One thing that is really irritating is they tell you to put the remote in your pocket. I have no workout clothes with pockets.
Summary: I was so excited to get this game, having gotten in a rut with EA active and My Fitness Coach. Unfortunately, my biggest complaint is the controls. They don't seem to correctly sense how hard I am working. I could be sweating and working out hard, and the game tells me I only put in a moderate effort. I got to a challenge and even though I was doing the exercise, the game did not register it and I ended up flying off a treadmill into the pool and losing the challenge.
Summary: I love these workouts, but the system doesn't give you a heads up to when to change from the floor work to the standing work. I was doing more of those T and the swimming. Also, I dont like the changing of the remote I spent a lot of time moving it from hand to another hand Comment (1)
Summary: I liked the training schedule in this game, it keeps you on track, has easy
to follow instructions, good motivator.
But because it is the American version the recipes are not the best around!
I purchased this on sale for not much money so it turned out to be great value,
I wouldn't pay full price for it!
Summary: My mother enjoyed using this! The selection of food was pretty comprehensive
compared to other games of it's kind, and my mother was very enthusiastic about
making sure she weighed in every day and counted her calories. Although this is
american, the exercises and food are universal.