Summary: After reading various reviews, decided to take chance with this and I wish I hadn't. After going through the initial set-up and fitness challenge the game decided on areas it thought I needed to work on and I had no way of changing the exercises (it had decided I needed to work on upper body) after about 30mins I had to delete my profile and start again using the pre-programmed workouts, but the continuous stopping in beteween exercies and have a drink was very...
Summary: I have found the Biggest Loser surprisingly fun to use. I like how the exercises are not repeated, and how you can do extra exercises if you want. Looking forward to the next workout. Good value for the CD.
Summary: Love the show, and love the game. This has a real competitive edge so it makes me push myself harder. One criticism, which I knew beforehand as others have mentioned it on reviews, that the wii struggles to pick up the skipping movement, so you have to go hell for leather for it to register - on the plus side, it means that you work extra hard!
Summary: I got this because I was feeling too intimidated at the gym. Plus I wanted to be able to workout at home and not have to keep traveling to the gym and pay gym membership fees when I was going less and less. This is a fantastic workout, but you have to stick to it and do the exercises properly. If something hurts too much the next day, it's bad form or posture whilst exercising. I always get a kick out of winning the weekly challenge.
Summary: I have really not enjoyed doing this game at all. The transitions between exercises are very slow and often the game does not register my moves, especially not jump rope and jumping jacks. This happened even during the initial fitness test, which then told me I should start my workouts at 15 minutes each, when I already do 40 minutes minimum a session.
Summary: Bought this game a while back so it would be easier to do abit of exercise at home. Good workouts available, can keep a food diary on here to watch what your eating. The game also offers recipes to. Did find some of them useful but it depends on what you like.I would state that you need quite a bit of room to carry out some of the workouts so wouldn't recommend it if a large space isn't available. Good fun!
Summary: I have given up on this game for several reasons. The quality of the graphics is really poor. Many of the individual exercises are good, but the programme is just too insensitive to the remote; I got totally fed up of working really hard and my efforts just not registering, especially in the faster exercises such as jump rope. The "personal" avatar in the background is completely useless and a distraction as it is always a second behind one's own movements.
Excerpt: "The Biggest Loser Game for the Wii is a workout game that came out in 2009, this game is made with the same kind of format as the very popular, The Biggest Loser tv show. I have always been into fitness so when this game became available I just had to buy it and give it a go. This game is packed with loads of helpful features that are designed to help you keep fit and have fun while doing so. There is a range of different activities that you can ...