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Active 2.0
7.5 out of 10

Active 2.0

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Overall 10
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This Program is Not Meant to be Fun, But If You Want to Get Fit: Buy It!

DJ, Amazon
26 April 2012
  • Summary: First: I love this program. I lost 10 lbs over the course of about three months, but I also turned a lot of flab to muscle and I am really happy with the results of this program. It is a kick ass workout regime that you can do at home and if you stick with it, you won't be able to argue the results.
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Overall 10
10

Good Workout Program

wmc, Amazon
28 January 2011
  • Summary: I was a little hesitant about this game because of some of the reviews about the sensors not working. However, I'm really glad I went ahead and got it. I haven't had any problems with the sensors.
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Overall 10
10

Great for people who have a hard time getting to the gym!

Amazon Customer, Amazon
28 January 2011
  • Summary: Many of the reviews I previously read were correct in the set up procedure of this product. I just popped the disc into the PS3 and somehow I got into the 9 week program. I am not typically into exercising, therefore I didn't really plan on following any exercise plan I just wanted to see what this...
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Overall 10
10

Wii Active 2 - great improvements from the original

Jill V., Amazon
28 January 2011
  • Summary: Wii Active 2 has greatly improved over several areas when compared to the original Wii Active. I own several Wii fitness games and by far, Wii Active has been able to hold my attention and get me to come back for more. Wii Fit was boring and too slow for me, I'm not a yoga type of gal. 1.
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Overall 10
10

The best just got better by leaps and bounds

Jim Kennedy, Amazon
28 January 2011
  • Summary: Don't pay attention to the bad reviews. If you make sure your WII system is sit up correctly to begin with and allow the Active 2 to walk you through the sit up for it, this game rocks. It is not really a game. It is a life saver. I am 60 years old with a real heart problem.
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Overall 10
10

Best Workout Game on the Market

Cherie Alexander, Amazon
28 January 2011
  • Summary: I've only had the game for 1 day but I spent quite a bit of time playing with it and I also have the Active 1 game. The quirkiness of Active 1 where you have to point or orient the remote and nunchuck ever so precisely to get the game to register your movements has been eliminated as the remote is...
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Overall 10
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The Best Just Got Even Better

Gaming.Fit, Amazon
28 January 2011
  • Summary: EA Sports Active has long been the king of the hill as far as Wii Fitness Games go. EA Sports Active: More Workouts was an excellent follow-up title. So the burning question was: what could EA Sports do next for an encore?
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Overall 10
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Yes, it got better

Happy Mom, Amazon
28 January 2011
  • Summary: I really liked both of the other EA Active titles. I completed challenges on both and lost some weight. I like that it has the same or an even greater intensity than More Workouts- has a greater variety than the combo of both former titles, and the flexibility for movement is soooo much better.
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Overall 10
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Yes, you can use Free Weights

Edwin, Amazon
28 January 2011
  • Summary: Using the game for over a week now, and its much improved over EA Sports Active More Workouts. Pros 1.You can use free weights. I am using dumb-bells and encounter no problem, other than having to enter the weight in kilograms as opposed to pounds. 2.The warm-ups and cool-ups are varied.
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Overall 10
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Does not disappoint!

MaraD, Amazon
28 January 2011
  • Summary: I really liked the first EA Sports Active, but I was a little skeptical about the steep price on this one. Don't worry -- it's totally worth it. They redesigned the leg band with rubberized strips that actually grip you leg instead of sliding down when you run.
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