Summary: Since I am about to beat this game for the 25th time, I thought maybe a review is overdue. This game changed my life. I was quite sedentary for 32 years, with PCOS. Because this game is fun, I was able to embrace exercise as a part of my life; to look forward to it each day, even. I lost nine inches around my hips. I still don't eat especially well most days, but I find that even with PCOS, I no longer gain weight, even if I still must eat low carb to lose it.
Summary: I brought this awhile ago but recently started using it. I really hate to exercise most of the exercise dvds and games are geared for people that are already in shape. This is for someone like me who hasn't exercised in a while. I actually look forward to my time with the game and it does make me sweat. I like the around the world feature it gives me something to shoot for. I would recommend this to any just beginning to exercise.
Summary: I am a walking ad for this game, I love it so much! I was not in great shape when I started this program a year ago, and needed something that I could grow into. I find that it is smartly designed, good looking and has plenty of variety and features. Literally, if you have 5 minutes you should be able to get something out of this program. You can get a decent and challenging routine in with that amount of time if you need to. It is better than nothing!
Summary: I am just starting an exercise program (again), and I thought this was great. I don't really mind the pauses between exercises, because I need to move slowly right now. I am in my forties, overweight, and recently diagnosed with Fibromyalgia. I didn't mind the Around the World feature, because it gave a little sense of accomplishment as new options and exercises were opened. I got myself the workout I need without overdoing it.
Cathe Jones "Art Geek, Music Freak, Comic Art Maker, Animal Trainer", Amazon
24 March 2012
Summary: I'm so tired of Video Exer-games that just do ONE thing- ie. Zumba- you wiggle your bottom a lot, and hopefully jump at the right time. Fit Plus- Oh okay, LOTS of things to do, but way too juvenile for me on many of them. But, I'm a disabled Veteran. Finding exercise programs that don't cause more harm are difficult- (ie Dance Revolution games, and Cardio-Blast). I also get bored WAY too easily for most games.
Summary: I have a ton of wii fitness games. Some I like ok and some I hate. I bought this game along with the Wii Vacation game and I've gotta say I LOVE this one..which was only around 20 bucks..and hate the other..which was around 40 dollars. This game is so much fun! And, it gives you a pretty good workout. I've gotta say my favorite things to do are the boxing and karate.
Summary: I hate to go to the gym!!! I need fast paced workouts that keep my attention! This game does just that. I use to use EA Sports 1&2 but I got bored with it after awhile. Once I couldn't afford my personal trainer and gained my weight back :/ I needed a new "savior" and I found it with ExcerBeat! You forget that you are working out. It's worth every penny, you wont be disappointed.
Summary: After more than a year of using the , my wife was looking for a new Wii exergame. is a nice fun diversion but it offers little in the area of structured aerobics and calorie control. In contrast, ExerBeat seems to be the perfect blend of new activities and a fitness program. A PERFECT COMBINATION More than 150 exergames, including yoga/pilates, karate forms, boxercising and dance-exercise (aerobics, hip-hop & latin).
Summary: I just recently purchased my Wii and was excited to try out some new dance games. I have had a PS2 for years now and have always loved using DDR as a fun way to work out, but even though DDR felt like a workout, it never seemed to be working any core muscles - pretty much just the legs.