Summary: I don't dislike it, I've only used it all the way through two or three times and it just doesn't motivate me to exercise. I'm not sure if that's because all of the new knowledge I've been gaining or what but I don't see a point for it.
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.
Pretty good but wanted more ability to customize workouts
Amazon Customer, Amazon
14 February 2011
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.
Summary: This is pretty great. I like the guided workout. It really is like having a personal trainer in your home. And, she does the whole guilt trip thing if you don't show up. However, it's easier to ignore her than a real person.
Summary: Overall, I do like My Fitness Coach. It has some great features and can give you a decent workout. Almost all of the reviews were so positive that I think I built it up a little too much in my head and was slightly disappointed in the actual product because I think I built it up too much.
Summary: If anyone bought those Go Active happy meals for adults a few years back from McDonald's, this fitness DVD is essentially those. It is more interactive as you can set up a personal profile, but overall, I thought it was just okay.
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.