Summary: I always liked fitness video games. I used to play both Wii Fit and Wii Fit Plus, but since I got my Xbox360, Nice+ Kinect Training became my new way to work out. Of course you should look for professional trainers if you need to, but I am proud to say I have lost 4kg (going on 5kg) just by playing...
Summary: I really like this game. I don't think its fun, because working out is not fun for me. I am challenged by this game (I will say I have lived a very sedentary lifestyle). The trainer does a great job of prompting you to correct your position, in order not to hurt yourself, and never says anything...
Summary: If you are looking for a fun way to get a little exercise, this is not it. It is not what I would call fun. That said, I still give it four stars because it is a very good workout product. Unlike your shape, it's main competitor, it feels more like what a personal trainer would do.
Summary: I loved this program when I was using it. It is very much like having a personal trainer in that the program does a pretty good job of correcting your form. I had used Wii Fit before, and there is no comparison here. I'm an athletic person, and found the excises to be plenty challenging.
Summary: I waited for the price to drop on this title and have had it for about 6 weeks. There are some things I really like about it and a few minor annoyances. The good: ~The initial assessment kicked my butt. It made me realize how out of shape I have become and got me ready to take the program seriously.
Summary: I've done training with a personal trainer. I've taken classes. I've been a runner, a weightlifter and a gym rat. One thing I've never done is work out in front of the TV. I was surprised by how quickly this program got me sweating. I felt like I got a good workout in a short amount of time.
Summary: I'll start with the positive: 1. I love that it tests your fitness level every 30 days and adjusts your program and tracks your progress. Awesome. 2. It gets consistently more difficult and is always a challenging, butt-kicking workout. I look and feel better after using it for 2 months.
Summary: The whole fitness game idea has always left me a bit of a skeptic. Yes, you could work up a sweat playing Wii Fit if you wanted, but it was still largely on the "honor system" to actually do what you're supposed to be doing.