My Fitness Coach - Get In Shape (Wii) Reviews
Product Type: Ubisoft Wii games
Description:Model ID NIN-WII-MYFITNESSCOACH / Genre: Education & Reference / Video Game for Nintendo Wii / Release Date: 2009-01-23 / Published by Ubisoft / My ... more
My Fitness Coach - Get In Shape (Wii) ... Fitness Coach is the latest in Nintendo's impressive line of games that prove video game entertainment can be both healthy and fun. Produced by UbiSoft exclusively for the Wii home game system, My Fitness Coach allows players to create, engage in and even track their very own fitness program.
Newest Review: ... very in to my fitness and this game showed me exercises i have never heard of before!!! During the workout you are asked how ... more
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Customer My Fitness Coach - Get In Shape (Wii) Reviews (38)
by - written on 29/01/09 (Very useful, 1108 readings)
The secret to successfully maintaining an exercise regime is variety and Wii Fit just isn't doing it for me like it used to. The little comments you get when you do the body test irritate me and catching fish in a penguin costume just doesn't make me laugh like it used to. I still enjoy the yoga every now and then, but the gym instructor is still wearing the same clothes and my Wii Mii is still rotund! A sequel is due out in the near future, but I need something to help me NOW. By coincidence I stumbled across My Fitness Coach and thought it looked interesting. The words 'Get in Shape' on the cover were like a challenge I couldn't refuse. If ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/10 (Very useful, 206 readings)
I'm one of those people who don't do much exercise so I was looking for a fun way to get moving that wouldn't seem like a big chore. I decided against buying a fitness video as I tend to find the routines boring and monotonous once I've done them a few times and know what's coming next. I was drawn to this particular Wii game as I liked the idea of being encouraged by a virtual personal trainer and having workouts that don't follow the exact same pattern each time. ***WHEN YOU START*** When you first use the game, you will be required to take part in fitness test. For this, you'll be asked to do things like take your resting heartrate and then take it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/04/10 (Very useful, 111 readings)
The last time I did aerobics at a Leisure centre was a hell of a long time ago. I think I was about 16 actually! There I stood, with my black leggings and baggy T shirt, surrounded by uber fit toned women, who had obviously done it before. There was no hiding at the back, as the whole room was mirrored, and the instructor made sure everyone got a go at the front.... Thank goodness for Wii, who have made the public humiliation of aerobics a thing of the past! Thanks to My Fitness Coach, we can bounce our wobbly bits around till our hearts are content in the privacy of our own front rooms (curtains closed of course!). I already own Wii, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/09 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I got bought this for my birthday this year when I was on a bit of a fitness kick. I only used it a few times; through lack of time mainly. But I dip in and out occasionally! The 'game' is nicely presented, well laid out and very helpful if you're serious about using it properly. Yes, it's not high-tech enough to use the balance board or new fangled resistance strappy things, but if you can provide exercise equipment such as weights and step boards, you can incorporate them into your work out simply by telling the game that you have them. This is, as far as I know, pretty unique in the versatility it gives you - you don't *need* the extra equipment but if you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/10 (Very useful, 117 readings)
We bought a Wii a couple of years ago and apart from the games that came with it I've never really used it. 12 months ago I lost my job and soon became conscious that I wasn't as active as I had been. Months past and to my horror at my yearly health check at the doctors I'd put on several pounds and my blood pressure was up. Well that was all I needed to get myself motivated. I had a voucher to use up so picked up My Fitness Coach for the Wii but to be honest I wasn't expecting too much. I've tried fitness DVD's in the past and soon became bored of the repetitiveness and gave up. So mid Sept 2009 my health kick started; new healthy menu ... Read the complete review
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