Summary: On the plus side - lots of choice of routines, and the menus are clear and attractive. On the minus side, the routines are just straightforward "follow the video" type - there is no real-time feedback, and some of the avatars - particularly the females - are odd looking and difficult to follow. It's a game that is good for a change once in a while, but there's not much to keep you going back to it.
Summary: Best part of this game? It's not a game. It's basically just a collection of exercise videos that you can pick and choose to do according to your goal and go from there. They range from 3 minutes to 30 minutes or so. They also give a doable goal, nothing out of reach of most people. The dangerous parts: -no REAL stretching warm-up. The closest is 'cardio warmup' which has you immediately start moving then ends with a few token stretches. -Absolutely NO cool downs!
Not for beginners or those who need step-by-step instructions
Meg Hayes, Amazon
13 March 2012
Summary: I am a huge fan and user of Wii Fit Plus. I wanted something that would give me more options though, something that wouldn't have a "break" between activities so I could keep up a certain momentum for longer than 2-3 minutes ~ but still combine activities like strength training and cardio. Fit in Six overwhelmed me the first time I used it.
Summary: After trying this program a few times on different days, I found that some of the exercises were a little difficult to do I guess from not having done anything like it before. Guess this game might be for more advanced fit folks. Ill keep working with it and maybe ill get the hang of it.