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EA Sports Active is a great training tool for people of all ages. The game itself doesn't look all that great but its a training game so graphics don't matter as much ac content. Along with the huge variety of exercises, there is also a journal where you can keep track of how healthy you are living based on food, sleep, water, and other activities. I am 28 and work out with lifting weights on a daily basis. I thought i would give this a shot for extra cardio and i have to admit, I sweat ev...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
EA Sports Active: Personal Trainer is one of the now many fitness games for the Nintendo Wii, so it's easy to discard this one on that basis alone. However, I found this game not only fun, but a really good workout that made me sweat and keep going.I don't know about you, but I hate exercising. I need proper motivation to workout and this game provides that. I'll be sore and tired, but want to keep going because of how fun the activities are in this game. The only other game that has done that f...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
For anyone looking to experience an actual workout courtesy of their Wii, EA Sports Active offers the best opportunity to get off your couch and burn some calories, provided you're interested in doing so. Right out of the box the focus of the game is on the 30-day challenge, a preset schedule of twenty training programs fittingly spread out over thirty days. Each workout takes between 15-30 minutes to complete (depending on your selected level of intensity) and does a pretty good job of switchin...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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