Excellent game except for some menu navigation issues
K. Taylor "cheetah", Amazon
19 December 2013
Summary: This is an excellent game. The beginning clip is inspiring. The selection of coaches based on real life atheletes is wonderful. The exercises are well chosen and the beginner level doesn't leave me sore the next day. The web site is OK I guess, but I haven't really used it. The problem is that some of the menus are very picky. I have to swipe my arm just so, to get to the next stage. There does not seem to be a controller button as a workaround.
Summary: I like the game itself... It varies excercises, it makes you sweat a lot. I had a lot of trouble synching with the website, but that has nothing to do with the workouts, but it's the reason I don't give it 5 stars. Also you need additional equipment if you don't have a stability ball, a tennis ball and dumbells.
Tracking can be frustrating but gives good workout
Stuart Chick, Amazon
4 January 2013
Summary: I purchased this game to help with my off-season soccer workouts (when its too cold to get out) and to have fun with my two sons.There is a lot of variety in the types of workouts available from basic fitness, running, basketball, soccer or tennis. There are also three games for basketball, soccer and tennis. So far I have set up and used two of the workouts for soccer for speed and strength.
Excellent strength and conditioning title for athletes of any level
29 July 2012
Summary: If I had to summarize Adidas MiCoach for the Kinect in one word, it'd be "ambitious". While other fitness titles aspire to simulate the gym instructor down the road, MiCoach aspires to simulate a professional-caliber strength and conditioning coach. And it pulls it off. There are three ways to play MiCoach which I'd categorize into "hardcore", "casual fitness" and "fun". The "hardcore" part of the game is called "Training Plans".