Summary: This game is so slow paced that it literally put me to sleep rather than motivated my wife and I to work out. I would return it but I do not want anyone else to buy this item and suffer through it. Is not a game or an excercise video.
Summary: I had no idea that I had to purchase a mat for the game which is a lil over $100.00. I immediately went through the return process and have yet to receive a refund, letter, call, email....... That's been over 3wks!!!! I wouldn't recommend this seller to anyone!!!
Resolutions do not work as advertised / Save your money!
M. Cardwell, Amazon
13 June 2011
Summary: I've been a FIRM exercise fan for many years. I was interested in trying something new and I like the exercises Jillian Michaels has participants in the Biggest Loser do, so I tried this Wii game. HUGE MISTAKE. One of the things I was interested in was the "Resolutions." It took me three times trying to "start" a resolution before I felt I had done it correctly.
Summary: Im bored within a minnute of this game. It made Daisy Fuentes Pilates seem fun. It is badly organized, boreing, and unmotivating. Its probably the cheapest game I've gotten for the wii, and I overpaid.
Summary: I am soooooooooooo disappointed in this game. I am a true fan of Jillian Michaels, but this game is a true disappointment. Not only is it boring, but the activities are limited, personalizaton of the game is difficult and the game is void of a true interactive experience--all she ever tells you is that your activities are "awesome." If you are in need of good workout, purchase EA Sports Active...it's good, interactive and easy to navigate. That's my 2 cents...
Summary: I tried this game having loved (ie. sweated and hated) Jillian's 30 day shred videos and having tried wi fit plus, EA active and EA More Games, and Golds Gym. I hoped Jillian's would flow from one excercise to the next without the annoying 2 minute lag in some of the other games but give her "style" because EA is rather cold. This is just stupid!
Summary: The only thing Jillian Michaels about this game are her voice clips and the poorly cut-out stock images of her that they use in every single menu. Speaking about menus, the entire game is a labyrinth of menus! The actual workout portions of the game don't wait for you to step on the balance board, and I don't think really track much of what you're doing too accurately. None of the workout regimens are explained and just automatically start up when you choose them.