Summary: This is okay. But not nearly enough interaction. Jillian only gives minimal comments and none are really typical to the hard-core Jillian we know and love. She could have done better. The exercise programs you make don't flow, you have to keep stopping between exercises to start the next one. The music is generic and canned. The running exericise doesn't sense if you're trying to run faster or anything, so you're not improving time/distance.
Summary: You have to know, I do NOT exercise, and have never done so. I was using the Wii Fit which was okay but I was looking for something more circuit oriented. This game had 2 different circuits you can do for total body, and they work you out good (or they at least did for me!) What I didn't like is: * I expected it to be more interactive as far as keeping up with your weight and stats.
Summary: I bought this game after using my EA Active Sports (which I love) game for about 6 months and I thought that it would give me variety on my workouts. Maybe I'm just used to the "user-friendliness" of the other game but this one gave no real instruction on how to do the different exercises. If an inexperienced person were to buy this game they might not be able to do them correctly and get the full benefit of the exercises.
Summary: This sounds more useful than it is. Its much more practical to buy her DVDs, I reccomend 30 day shred due to the 3 prgressive levels of 20 min workouts. Is there really a place that you can bring a DS that you can't bring a DVD? I wish I'd baught her DVDs first instead of wasting my money on this.
Summary: I started playing Active by EA Sports before I started this game, and I have been really impressed by the workout, motivation, pace, sensitivity and intensity of most of the Active exercises. But after a month or so, you get a little bored of the same workout over and over. So I popped in Jillian. Ugh. While the exercises are pretty challenging, there is very little motivation to complete them.
Summary: I just got the game, I rented it because of the review it was receiving. I was surprise and very disappointed when I found out I would have to read how to do all the exercises, either from the help mode or the instruction book. I thought she would explain the exercise at the beginning of each one. I could just being fussy but I'm not going to read about all 18 exercises. I'm just glad I rented the darn thing.
Summary: After having used Wii EA Sports Active, the Ultimatum was a real disappointment. There were comparatively few exercises, and no built-in instruction (the only instruction is in the booklet that comes with the game). She kind of throws you into each exercise without warning, and if you are using the Wii Balance Board, this can be a problem, as you have no time to position it properly.
Summary: Produkt kam pünktlichen...leider bin ich von diesen Fitness Video enttäuscht ūbungen sind ok aber leider ist es schwer teilweise diese ūbungen mit dem Kontroller zu vollziehen... Kann ich nicht empfehlen...
Summary: Die einzelnen Übungen sind recht gut, leider funktioniert die Umsetzung mit der Technik eher schlecht. Aus diesem Grund benutze ich dieses Spiel sehr, sehr selten. Das Fitnessbord erkennt teilweise die Bewegungen nicht an oder nur die "falsch ausgeführten". Alles in allem würde ich diese DVD speziell für die WII nicht mehr kaufen.