Reviews and Problems with EA SPORTS Active: More Workouts
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Worth getting, and found a solution to keep nunchuk on
18 March 2012
Summary: I started using this workout a few months ago, with basically no previous exercise experience. I bought a good quality exercise band as recommended by other people. Here's my solution for the problematic nunchuk issue, which is that the official leg holder breaks quickly. Look on Amazon for a cell phone holder for your leg (search for 'cell phone leg strap').
Summary: Got this along with EA Active 2. Have never used EA Active 1. Compared to EA Active 2 it is just okay. I could do without this game. It is frustrating because you cannot use the wireless sensors and heart rate monitor that come with the EA Active 2 and the cord gets tangled up when you're working out.
Summary: I started with the Wii Fit Plus to get my exercise but after a while it got a bit boring so looked for more. Went to Amazon and found the EA Action. Oh, good grief! I definitely got more and the workouts are true workouts. I'm still doing the "easy" version of exercises and wondering if I'll ever get to the next level. So, if you want a serious workout I would recommend this one for sure... unless you're already pumping iron.
Summary: Nice workouts, altho they are very common exercises. I bought this as a gift for my newly health conscious husband and he seems to like it very much. My only complaint is there is no yoga part in it, was very disappointed in that.
Summary: This game doesnt include the required leg strap or resistance band! However I ordered it (for more than TWICE the price of the actual game!!!) and will write an update when I get it and actually get to try the game out!!
Summary: I have tried many Wii fitness video games. EA's Active is one of my favorites. I bought it six weeks ago and did the six week exercise challenge. The game keep me motivated during that time. Following the challenge, I noticed some changes in my muscle tone - not as much in weight loss.