Summary: This game is not as sophisticated as others I have (for example EA Active 2, or the Zumba games) and the boxing games are not as precise as the Gold's Gym cardio workout, but it is oddly addictive.
Summary: ExerBeat is a great workout for someone who doesn't workout. It has easy to handle segments. The only part I find annoying is the around the world map that pops up every time you complete an exercise. It gives you a pause time in the exercising and that isn't very helpful when you want to get going.
Summary: Some things I like about this game are that even after owning it for 3 months, I am still unlocking new games. The music is upbeat and the instructor's are not annoying. There is a lot more cardio in this game than there is in the Wii Fit (which is the only other exercise game that I own.
A great workout for those who may not be ready for a regular aerobics class
8 February 2012
Summary: Let me preface this review by saying that this game may not be the ideal choice for those who want the same speeds and intensity of a full on aerobics/kickboxing/dance type class. However, if you want a way to exercise that will get you sweating and keep you motivated, this game is really great.
Summary: I am 65 years young, overweight by about 30 pounds at this writing, (down 23#s since October) and I love this "game." I have a back problem yet I am able to do most of the workouts and I do them all. I LOVe the karate, the boxing and the aerobics have regular, latin dance and hip hop.
Summary: This game is really fun...after a while. I've read some reviews where people give up because there are several annoying features of the game - I hope you read these tips so that the game will be less start and stop, and generally, less annoying.
Calories are accurate, there are tips to burn more, use a motion plus
21 August 2011
Summary: calories: I wear a bodybugg (what you see on the arms of Biggest Loser contestants) to measure my calories burned as well as a display to show how many I burn per minute. This also allows me to compare workout and fitness games and DVDs.
Summary: I was a little weary when I purchased this a little over a month ago but am so happy I did! I have a multitude of exercise equipment, and exercise games but nothing compares to this. I "want" to work out daily, I miss it if I don't! Exerbeat keeps you motivated and moving.
Summary: I've been using Exerbeat for about 2.5 weeks now, and one the whole I like it A LOT. However, I'll talk about the negative things first. 1) It's kinda cheesy. The first thing you see is this big animated orange music note that guides you through the game.
Summary: Finally, a workout that runs continuously and that you can control. I have the Wii Fit, the Wii Fit Plus, and the Biggest Loser. I have been disappointed that the exercises are all pick an exercise, start, stop, and then pick a new exercise.