Reviews and Problems with Gold's Gym Cardio Workout
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Rachel C, Amazon
12 October 2013
Summary: I got this after years of using my Wii Fit Plus and finally deciding to expand my exercise video game collection to two! This is an excellent, excellent game for those who don't want a drill sergeant or a motivational speaker when it comes to instruction.
Summary: I also own EA Sports More Workouts, Active II, and NFL Training Camp. I like them all but I find this a worthy addition. I enjoy the variety of punching during the whole session and the relatively quick workouts that get the job done when I don't have an hour to invest.
Summary: This is one of the best reviewed wii exercise games on the market, and when I received it from Amazon, I quickly learned why. You will learn how to box, have fun, and get a good workout. I hope this software company continues to update this game.
Summary: I bought this through amazon after being bored to tears with my Wii Fit Plus. I am not understanding why some say this routine doesn't burn enough calories? Here's my experience: I've been using it for 2 weeks straight and I do it every day. Yes it's mainly boxing.
Summary: The name of the game is a little misleading as it is really a cardio boxing workout. However, this game will work you hard and will work virtually every muscle in your body. When I'm done with a 20-30 minute workout, I am tired.
Summary: For getting a workout with Wii, I've tried five games: Gold's Gym Cardio Workout, Samba de Amigo, We Cheer, Helix (Wiiware), and My Fitness Coach. The two I really like are Gold's Gym Cardio Workout and Samba de Amigo. I could not get the hang of We Cheer.
Summary: I have tried several fitness "games" for the Wii and I have to say that this one is one of the best I've tried so far. I really like how the program is set up and the choices that it allows it's user.