Summary: I was very pleasantly surprised at the content. I have never used a fitness video or game in the past so this is a first for me. I can say the exercises are great for core body workout and give you a bit of cardio too. For the price this was worth every penny.
Summary: This is a good tape for either an all out workout or if you want to work just one particular area at a time such as lower body or upper body or abs. It offers a variety of different types of workouts and games to suit all except probably the most serious exercisers and provides various length...
Summary: this game is really good in my eyes it gives you four days of work and tell you to have three rest days it not the same work out every day and i really had fun doing it it has a journel to fill out and it has a six weeks challange which im looking forward to completing good exercise good game EA...
Very effective if you are looking for a Wii game for shaping!
X. Qian "Oxford worm", amazon.co.uk
9 November 2010
Summary: I first tried the EA Sports Active-1 which had 4-week-workout scheme. That was good but not good enough as I got bored of its workouts after 2 weeks and the 4-week-workout seemed kind of a 'mission impossible' for me. Seriously I never achieved all of the workouts.
Summary: As a fan of the original, I was hoping for more of the same - and I got exactly that, only slicker and more refined. Highly recommended to home exercise fans, I'm looking forward to EA Active 2.0!
Conclusion: The first EA Sports Active was a great improvement over Nintendo's Wii Fit. Wii Fit used a lot of games and fairly childish exercises, which weren't much of a challenge to adult users and/or people who are in reasonable to good shape.