Summary: Having been through the Wii Fit, then onto to EA's More Workouts, "My Fitness Coach" has provided the most comprehensive aerobic workout experience of the three. Unlike the previous two, My Fitness Coach does offer a continuous exercise session as if you were in an aerobics class. You can use the program with any additional exercise equipment you own. And you can tell it to lower or raise the workout intensity.
Summary: There are a lot of workouts on the 'game'. You can even input your body measurements to keep track of your progress. Throughout the workouts your trainer asks if it is too difficult for you. When he/she does that, you have to pick up your wii remote and choose your answer. It's not an interactive game. If you would like watching fitness dvd's on your wii, I highly recommend this game. If not, I would recommend EA Sports for the wii.
Summary: I bought this game because of the positive reviews on another site. However, it's pretty much a workout DVD with alot of variety. It's not a game at all. I guess it's like an actual personal trainer, that just picks a workout for you and than have you do it. But it's nothing to prove that you are actually doing it. The instructor goes way too fast and by the time you realize the move she's doing, you've missed about 3 reps. Well, I guess for the price it isn't bad.
Summary: I have done this workout a few times now. It is a little boring but, a pretty good workout. It is not varied enough...you can change the focus for each workout but, no matter what you change to all the workouts tend to be the same routine and vary only slightly. I use this along with doing the wii fit and that way I get a little more variety and it keeps me interested. Would I recommend this to someone?? I am not sure..
Pretty good but wanted more ability to customize workouts
Amazon Customer, Amazon
1 February 2009
Summary: I think this workout would be great for someone who wants a little of everything in every workout; however, I am a little frustrated as I want to be able to do just a strength training workout some days and just cardio other days and it doesnt' let me do that. ( or at least I haven't figured out how). Since i run on the treadmill, some days I don't want more cardio from this workout - just upper and lower body work with weights.
Summary: I just did my first cardio and here are my first impressions. Right now, my plans are to use this for yoga and cardio as I prefer to do my own toning workouts. I don't want to scare anyone away from this game, but if you are very out of shape or haven't worked out for awhile. Don't start with this game. Grab Sweatin' to the Oldies and do that for awhile.
Summary: This was ok, but it did not hold my interest, so although I gave it a go, I actually gave up on it. Its not boring, but just didn't keep me motivated.. I am guessing this was due to personal taste...
Summary: The software is quite clumsy compared to genuine WII softwares: your movements will not be picked up as well, and so your scores won't be accurate. But if your aim is to have some cardio exercise and not worry about scoring etc, this can bring you some satisfaction. Personally, I use the quick work out and focus on cardio boxing - and I get a good work out.
Summary: I thought it would be more fun than this, I bought mainly because of the workout games. The person on the screen does not seem to register your movement quick enough and moves too slow so it means you get knocked over.by a lion or a bull and then its very slow at restarting. I really found the games frustrating but not in a fun challenging way, the way that you want to snap the cd in half and still ask for your money back!