Summary: Obviously going to an actual gym would be optimal, but for a machine-less at home workout this is good. The only fault I have with it is there's not a lot of guidance on how to do some of the exercises originally. It's not a problem as you get used to them, but for beginners that would be helpful.
A wonderful improvement over the first Biggest Loser game.
Momma Fox, Amazon
17 August 2013
Summary: I was looking for an exercise Wii game that would be challenging, keep me moving for 30 minutes at a time, and be attainable. I tried the Biggest Loser at my library, and it was a good challenge though there were annoying features (like how cooldown was separate and the twitchiness of the program.
Summary: I like this game. I'm 44, quasi-out of shape & overweight. This is a good motivating Wii fitness game. I recommend doing the best you can but don't hurt yourself! I haven't explored all the options in this game yet but I have done the weigh-in & several exercises.
Summary: This game was much more in-depth than I thought it would be! It includes tips, recipes, workouts, tracks your weight, everything! You get to choose out of a few of the past winners and the character will start out looking how they did, and lose weight with you along the game.
Summary: Actually gives a diverse selection of workouts and it doesn't become boring after a few weeks. It took months for me to actually see everything it had to offer. Many options but limited flexibility on changing workout days.
Summary: I read other reviews and some people said that the game is really good so I bought it but it is actually for people who really want to lose weight. I only got it to play for fun (I am skinny enough) but it's not really fun, so if you want to lose weight this game is good for that but if you just...