10 Minute Solution combines the ease of the popular fitness DVDs with casual gaming fun.
Active Life Explorer is an adventure game that has players searching for treasure all over the world.
Active Life: Extreme Challenge
A XaviXPort Baseball sim using a Baseball Bat.
A XaviXPort game using a rod and reel, differing it from the Wii fishing reel.
Billy's Bootcamp is a hit exercise game for Wii in Japan. It is based on Billy Blank's 'Bootcamp' DVD series.
A XaviXPort Bowling game featuring a special bowling conrtoller.
A fitness game for the Wii that uses a exercise bike peripheral
Ride a real exercise bike while your console eggs you on with Cyberbike 2.
Do pilates with a former MTV VJ and former co-host of AFV.
Dance Dance Revolution USA is the second DDR arcade machine released in the US. It features a mixture of songs and gameplay enhancements available in previous Japanese releases.
DanceDanceRevolution is Konami's 2011 console reboot of the DDR franchise.
"If you let go and flow with this game, you let go and flow with life. I can tell you that" - Deepak Chopra
A Wii game by Electronic Arts that provides customized workout plans, a fitness journal, co-op play, and exercising accessories to enhance your workouts.
The second installment in the EA Sports Active franchise, and the first to be released on platforms other than the Wii.
An expansion to the original EA Sports Active which includes 35 brand new exercises.
An EA Sports Active game using the NFL license and Total Body Tracking system.
An exercise game for the 3DO. Players use the controllers and dance along with a video.
Namco is developing this Wii-based fitness game.
Exercises from Fomiko Inudo to relax and strengthen your facial muscles. Or learn to look even less stressed in only a few steps.
Family Party: Fitness Fun introduces for the first time a simultaneous gameplay option using the Wii Balance Board.
An exercise game created for the Family Trainer (the Japanese name for the NES Power Pad) developed by Human and published by Bandai.
The sequel to Family Trainer: Totsugeki! Fuun Takeshi Shiro and the ninth game to be made for the NES Power Pad/Family Trainer by Bandai and Human Entertainment. Like its predecessor, it is based on Japanese TV show Takeshi's Castle.
A fitness game from UbiSoft that concentrates on Cardio, Balance, Upper Body Strength, Lower Body Strength, Core Strength, and Flexibility.
Get Fit With Mel B includes six types of aerobics disciplines with more than 100 tailored exercises.
A fitness game for the whole family.
Boxing exercise regime for the Nintendo Wii.
Dance-based fitness game published by UbiSoft for the Nintendo Wii.
Another sports game for the XaviXPort. Uses a golf club.
Harley Pasternak’s Hollywood Workout is a fitness game featuring Harley Pasternak.
Set to be published by Ubisoft, Innergy is a game that teaches users where their stress comes from.
A Kung-Fu/Karate game for the XaviXPort with a Wii Balance Board like peripherial.
Train with Jillian Michaels in this hip new Wii game
Jillian Michaels returns to whip you into shape with her 2011 fitness game.
Jillian Michaels' Fitness Adventure is a fitness game for the Xbox 360 that utilizes the Kinect.
Jillian Michaels' workout game for 2010 was released on the Wii and DS in October 2009.
Kinect Adventures! features a series of gesture-based mini-games using Microsoft's Kinect sensor.
Kinect PlayFit is an Xbox Live app that tracks players' fitness activity across multiple Kinect titles. PlayFit also features its own separate achievements.
A sports title using Microsoft's Kinect, players can participate in six different games including beach volleyball, boxing, bowling, soccer, table tennis, and assorted track and field events.
Edutainment game that teaches kids the value of exercise with the help of the classic arcade character, Frogger.
miCoach by adidas features over 400 workouts with top-tier athletes including Dwight Howard, Kaka, and Jessica Ennis.
The developers of The Fight return to the PlayStation Move with a motion-based fitness game.
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