The workouts themselves are good. The problem is that by looking on the ...
jessica goddard, Amazon
10 December 2014
Summary: The workouts themselves are good. The problem is that by looking on the cover, I assumed that there would be some yoga workouts and some workouts using a ball. You have to pay $10 extra dollars to download the yoga and there are absolutely no ball workouts. Slightly misleading.
Summary: I was really hoping this game was going to be like the EA Sports Active but as my title states it's sadly lacking. The good: The exercises can be challenging. You can work up a sweat on a few. The bad: The use of the eye is pointless and the exercises can be done without it.
Summary: The workouts are not that interesting. For most the workouts, I don't feel challenged. I don't like that you have to purchase all the "good" workouts. Not upset with this product, I just dont think it's for me. For some people, this may be everything you've ever wanted.
Summary: Couple negatives. It can be difficult to navigate to a workout you want to do. Finding an exercise you maybe looked at previously can be a hunt. The program 'plans' are presumptuous. None quite fit what I want. Also. It bothers me when I see exercises I am to pay extra to download.
Summary: The best feature is being able to know in advanced how long each set will go and how intense it will be. The warm-ups are also very good and use your whole body. Both of these are far better in Fit in Six than Your Shape Fitness for XBox. The only significant problem is the audio.
Summary: If you're looking for a true PS Move game that tracks your progress with the controller this isn't the game for you. If you're looking for a workout video that allows you to use the move camera and see yourself then this the perfect game for you.
Summary: It is possible with Fit in Six to get a good workout. There are a variety of cardio options. Workouts tend to be shorter. I think the maximum I have found is about 35 minutes. I mix and match when I want a long workout.