Great game for sedentary people wanting to get into the groove of exercise and getting healthy
26 February 2014
Summary: For starters, I am a large person, late 20s, female, and I have been fairly sedentary other than the occasional walk and housework. I started using this game 2 years ago and absolutely loved it. I followed the programs and I loved that it was a step-by-step and fully customizable.
Summary: I used the first Sports Active and More Workouts and was very satisfied with them. However, I was frustrated with always having to hold controllers or wear that Nunchuck holder. I used the Xbox version with lots of frustration, and pain (see my review on the Xbox version).
Summary: I got this game at Christmas 2011, for my wife. I started using it in Jan 2012 and have gone from 289 lbs to 260 pounds. I hope to reach 250 soon. One of the fun things about this game was you could go on line and track your daily information.
Summary: You can all laugh at me along with my seven year old: "Why is your trainer a girl dad? Is that your girlfriend?" I have used this game for about five hours over a week. It is a very good fit for those who don't know a thing about fitness. My biggest barrier to getting in shape was lack of knowledge.
Summary: Let me be clear, up front, that I'm no exercise guy. I typically don't work-out, I've never met a donut I didn't like, and I'm just not that interested in getting in shape. I'm no doctor, I'm no lawyer, I'm a married screenwriter who likes to watch movies.
Summary: Before I bought EA Sports I was getting my exercise with Wii Fit Plus and loved the games and exercizes on Plus - but after 100 days (and 15 lost pounds) I was getting just a little bored with Wii Fit Plus.
Summary: I am on day 7 of the three week Cardio Kickoff program and have been impressed by the variety and intensity of the workouts. I was little worried about buying this game based on some of the negative comments, but my experience has been mostly positive thus far.
Summary: Overall this is a great product and will have you sweating in no time. Especially fun is the mountain biking sequence, which involves squatting, jumping, and running. They have managed to make basic calisthenics more fun by building games around them, such as basketball and soccer.
Summary: I am a regular user of the EA Sports Wii personal trainer, having used version 1, and the 'More Workouts' version(both very good products) I was eagerly awaiting the new version with Heart rate monitor and no need for nunchuk and annoying wire attaching it to the Wiimote.