Summary: Am amazed to have become a bit addicted to this. Many exercises are things I wouldn't have dreamt of doing like spot running with your legs wide apart, looks ridiculous yet its difference makes me think it's doing good.
Summary: I read the reviews on this game and then someone got it for me from Christmas. I am shocked at how good and fun it is. Setting your profile is so quick and easy and you can start playing instantly. There are loads of different types of fitness like Yoga, Kick Boxing, Dance, Pilates, Marathon Training and so much more I can't even remember.
One of the best workouts from Wii - appeals to EVERYONE
Ms. Claire L. Brown "gadgetgal", amazon.co.uk
21 June 2012
Summary: It is not very often I write reviews on things, but this impressed me! It is compatible with my motion tracking camera although not sure if it actually tracks/instructs you, more so you can see clips to check you are doing it right or similar. The graphics are really soft and good quality and the range of exercises is huge. There are exercises targeting waist, shoulders, back, legs, upper body etc, all different lengths so you can fit in what you can.
Summary: I use to use the Wii Fit plus and I use to think it was just fun, I did like the yoga, but I never felt like I was getting a proper work out, I never broke a sweat or really got out of breath. We recently got a PS3 with the move and this game was really affordable so I decided to give it a try. I am so glad I did because I LOVE it! I'm using muscles I haven't used in years!
Miss Terry Frances Frame "Night Eyes", amazon.co.uk
22 January 2012
Summary: I have bought this and found it great fun to do, I was a bit miffed that I didn't have two move controllers when I first tried it. However, I now have two controllers and I can get more points for my exercises which is great. For someone who's middle-aged and battling the dreaded spread this works well. Lots of different exercises to keep you motivated and varied enough to provide sweaty workouts or you can adopt a more genteel approach with some of the core exercises.