Summary: There are some exercise routines but the programming sucks. The biggest complaint is that they don't say anything or have any type of audible sound to let you know when a routine has ended. Because of that you can't do some of the exercises properly because you have to keep your head in a position that you can watch the screen. Also the game does not always pick up the controller movements very well, you can be doing the exercise but it doesn't get registered.
Summary: I have tried a number of exercise programs for the WII and The Biggest Loser Challenge works the best for me. I like the ability to customize for my best benefit, and find it is a big motivator for me to do the workouts and have a good weigh-in each week. It's weird that I don't want to disappoint a digitized version of Bob, Jillian or Ally but I actually find that's a part of the program's success for me.
Summary: I like that it changes it up on daily basis. You won't do the exact same exercises each day. It designs a program just for you. You weigh in weekly. You can go at your own pace. It does a pre-test to help determine where you should be. I highly recommend it!!!
Summary: I love the Biggest Loser game because my family and I are not that big but when we got into the game to start working out it makes you look at just what your eating. The exercises in there "really" make you sweat and its great! I wanted to buy the game because we are looking for a great workout that we can start to shed a little bit of pounds in our family.
Summary: It is an o.k. game to get started with, but it has pauses in between exercises. It does not flow as smoothly as I would like it to. Handling the bulky remote is aggrivating. If the sensors were in a wrist or ankle band, it would help. If the sensor ability was improved, it could be real fun.
Summary: I really like the variety of workouts and the weigh ins, but there are a couple of things that are off--first of all, the instructors get a little repetitive, so my suggestion is, turn the volume off and put on music that you like--you can still tell what is going on and it still shows you the correct move.