Summary: This program beats out Wii Fit - the workouts are tougher and you aren't getting nagged about your weight. Also it's quick to get started and you don't have to waste a lot of time answering questions. I especially like the step aerobics routine, and the integration with the balance board.
Summary: Love this as an exercise routine. I was looking for a wii game with more step and I found it . I can vary the time of the exercise session and the exercises unlike wii fit where the intervals are way to short . The cardio sessions are great when I finish I am dripping with sweat .
The developers knew what they were doing with this one
N. Green, Amazon
11 December 2011
Summary: I bought mine using the discount option Amazon was offering so I took a leap getting a title with only 3 reviews on it. What a great title! I too had "My Fitness Coach." I used it for a while when there was nothing else available before deciding to get EA Sports Active and EA Sports Active More Workouts. I could never put my finger on what bothered me about those titles until I started using this one.
Summary: I got this game earlier in the week and have been pleasantly surprised. I have about every WII exercise game and this one gives a good workout. My only complaint is between sequences you get to see Mel B laughing over and over again. It gets old really quick. The exercises though have a good variety, you can select which area of the body to tone, work out, etc.
Finally, a worthy successor to the original My Fitness Coach
3 October 2011
Summary: Back in 2008, the game "My Fitness Coach" was released to great fanfare. It was the first exercise game for the Wii, and paved the way for dozens of successors, both good and bad (and ugly). There have been a few excellent exercise games. Wii Fit introduced the Balance Board. EA Sports Active 2 introduced activities which make working out more fun and interactive. Exerbeat and Walk It Out introduced video gaming elements to exercise.
Summary: Liked that you could custom your workout. Have only used it twice so can't give details likes too much. Dislike for me is that you have to use remote so unless you're doing it exactly, which I thought I was, she keeps telling you to go higher but not everyone is as fit as her and that gets a bit annoying.
Great game..... If you dont mind a little 'Spice' (Pun)
5 October 2012
Summary: I very much enjoyed this workout Game, its as easy as popping the interactive DVD (Dormant Video Disc) into your Wii and away you go! I lost over £5s over the course of the 16 weeks using it thrice weekly. Before using this I couldn't even do a push up! partially through unfitness but mostly because my stomach was longer than my arms. Its like having your own unpleasantly rude personal fitness instructor in your living room.
Summary: I read many reviews before purchase, l have for last 2 years worked out with the EA active programmes and was concerned this would be to young for me however it had the best overall reviews so l thought l would give it a go l may only get 78% acheived on some programmes and 48% on other but the adjustment option at the end ensures l push myself. At 53 l feel this is a excellent programme to increase my fitness and weight loss.