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. The negative: I don't know if it is the kinect or the game, but it is super glitchy.
Invest in yourself, become a champion and have fun!
Robin Solsjö Höglund, Amazon
3 June 2013
Summary: Understand this before you proceed: this is not a video game. While it has challenge modes similar to other Kinect games out there, this is a customized personal trainer, and a serious one at that. Don't let it scare you away though - what you put into it, you get back. It can be an investment for your health, happiness, strength, cardio and stamina.
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. There are some big downsides: 1. You can only do so much strength training without weights, so unless you're in it for the weight loss and cardio, join a gym. 2.
Michael J. DeFelice "Apocalyptic Afficionado", Amazon
2 April 2013
Summary: I decided to get Nike+ Kinect Training and YourShape at the same time. I'm glad I chose to get YourShape because Nike+ was way too advanced for me. I barely got through the fitness test. Luckily I'm currently getting in shape using the YourShape game and I am able to do some of the Nike+ activities now. The Nike+ workouts are great, but not for beginners.
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. My wife really likes it too and started using it.
Good program for starting out or trying to get back into working out
19 March 2013
Summary: This "game" is good. I enjoyed working out for the most part. It's good as a start to a personal training program. The exercises tend to be repetitious, which isn't that great. Also, I paid $5 for a downloadable additional workout thinking they would have different exercises. It had the same exercises as the regular programs so don' waste money on that.
Summary: I enjoyed this immensely. Make no mistake, this is not a game. This provides a solid, thorough workout routine that almost had me tossing my cookies. The interface is fantastic and very intuitive. You're guided through the entire setup and workout process with options for difficulty base on your current fitness level which, by the way, it also assesses. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this to anyone looking for a solid workout routine on a busy schedule.
Summary: I like it because it has me doing exercises I wouldn't normall do; and the virtual trainer is "almost" life-like. What I don't like is the fact that it doesn't allow for certain body weaknesses; it does ask a few health questions in the beginning; but nothing that would allow for let's say knee or joint weaknesses. I have weak knees and can't do straight leg push ups; but I have to keep skipping over certain exercises when it comes up.