Reviews and Problems with The Biggest Loser Ultimate Workout
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L. McNerney, Amazon
12 June 2014
Summary: Ok, so I got this to help lose weight. I have knee problems due to a combat injury, and working out is required but painful in order to lose weight. This routine is HEAVY on knee use, meaning I cannot use it much without pain (but I do try). That being said, almost all cardio is heavy on knee use.
Summary: I purchased this after reading reviews between this, Your Shape: Fitness Evolved and EA's Sports Active 2. Most reviews for EA's game focused on poor menu navigation and Your Shaped lacked a workout schedule. The end result is we bought the Biggest Looser.
Summary: We do not enjoy this game. It is one of the most difficult to navigate of all the kinect games we have gotten. The workouts are on loops and I ended up doing the same 15 minute workout twice and it was about to have me start the same thing again to finish my 40 min workout and I quit.
Summary: It may just be that the way my living room is set up is not conducive to the kinect at all, but the game would never register what I was doing and would say I was doing every single move incorrectly.
Summary: For this particular game I have both versions, the Wii and Kinect. The Xbox version is much more difficult to navigate, especially on the main and setup menus. Once I was able to get into the workouts, I did like the game. The appearance/graphics of the game were much better than the Wii.
Summary: Individual profiles take a while to set up. Exercises are ok once you get to them. By the time i get to where I want to be I've lost interest. I won't be using this game very often. Too long winded
Summary: Is a very good idea for people who take working out seriously and for people who are quite fit, i would say this would be a great buy, but not for me, unfortunitly i thought i could use it for a nice gentle bit of Exercise as having a previous back injury thought it would help build up a little bit...