Excerpt: We have really been getting into exercise games here at Family Friendly Gaming. My Fitness Coach 2 is one I was very interested in. Ubisoft gives Wii gamers a choice of four trainers with eighty exercises each, and over 130 healthy exercises. One of the coolest things about My Fitness Coach 2 is it contains meals for those who are lactose-intolerant, as well as gluten-free. My Fitness Coach 2 even can help you with your weekly grocery list.
Summary: Parents need to know that this application is like a workout video where the workout changes every time based on player feedback. A female instructor named Maya offers encouraging advice and demonstrates each exercise, but players could also benefit from attending real fitness classes since nothing replaces one-on-one feedback from a real personal trainer.
Excerpt: One criticism lauded at Nintendo’s Wii Fit (which is enjoying its eleventh week at the top of the UK sales charts as I write this) – is that it offered you all of the individual exercises that you’d expect a fitness package to provide, but didn’t provide any structured routines. You were left to construct routines from the exercises themselves, and this was fairly considered to be a missed step.
Excerpt: My Fitness Coach is a ported version of the PlayStation 2 game Yourself! Fitness for the Wii console. I was hoping for something fresh, but it\'s pretty much the same game without the recipes and meal plans. There are a couple of new additions like Group Workout mode and a couple of new scenarios but the rest is pretty much the same. If you already own Yourself! Fitness, keep that. Everyone else, read on!
Summary: My Body Coach 2 est un titre bien singulier. Si sa partie fitness demeure encore bien obscure et rébarbative, la Gym Dance apparaît beaucoup plus amusante. Assez complet, le titre nous livre donc une copie acceptable, même si on reste loin d'un Wii Fit Plus question convivialité.