Video Games For Fitness

  • I'm interesting in the trying UFC Personal Trainer and the new Nike+ workout game and the adidas miCoach (I already have the app) games look promising. Are their any other fitness video games that others have tried, and if so, what were your results?

    nacs0803   by: nacs0803
  • 2 votes
    Maaike  about 2 years ago by: Maaike

    I played some games for the Nintendo Wii with the balance board. Some of the exercises are pretty decent. It's hard to keep up though, but not harder than to keep up with this website or any home training for that matter. But if you're able to keep working out, you'll probably enjoy those games. Unless you're already well above average, that is. In that case you might want to do a more challenging work out I guess.

    • nacs0803
      nacs0803 about 2 years ago

      Your thoughts have been well received. I will definitely look into any Nintendo Wii fitness games.

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    evammentorp  about 2 years ago by: evammentorp

    I used EA Active for Nintendo Wii for a while. I would definitely recommend it if you can set a schedule of work-out days and follow it. That said, it doesn't work well for someone with an irregular work schedule. But it had cool features like a heart rate monitor, and tons of different workouts.

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    alexghafir12888  about 2 years ago by: alexghafir12888

    The ufc trainer is really good, that is if u like martial arts training, I bought the UFC trainer and it has helped me a lot

    • nacs0803
      nacs0803 about 2 years ago

      I'm going to definitely have to buy that one then.

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