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Fitness games for the Wii

louiseb84 Avatar
5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
Which fitness game is most effective in your opinion?
I have Wii Fit but wanting something else.
Thanks
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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
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#1
I've got Just Dance 2 which I love as its gets you moving to all sorts of different music. Also got Zumba Fitness for my birthday but haven't opened it yet but will be doing so very soon lol. Supposed to be good though :)
#2
Also got wii fit but bought Zumba fitness today @ Game.
banned#3
Gold's Gym.
#4
so far i think Zumba is the best
#5
Thank you for your replies, I'm not sure Zumba is for me tbh. Have looked at it & although it's popular it just doesn't seem my cup of tea.
I do like the Wii fit, I just feel like it's not doing 'enough' for me.
I'll have a look at Gold's Gym too :)
#6
EA Sports Active - worth a punt.
Not tried the 2nd one, the reviews don't seem to be as good but the 1st one is both fun, and, hard!
PS, it's a LOT more expensive than when i got it, pre Christmas for about £15!


Edited By: boydent999 on Apr 17, 2011 09:52
#7
boydent999
EA Sports Active - worth a punt.
Not tried the 2nd one, the reviews don't seem to be as good but the 1st one is both fun, and, hard!
PS, it's a LOT more expensive than when i got it, pre Christmas for about £15!


Thank you, I did look at that one too so I may go for that. I noticed that the 2nd one (on Amazon anyway) is a lot cheaper than the 1st one for some reason..
#8
louiseb84
Thank you, I did look at that one too so I may go for that. I noticed that the 2nd one (on Amazon anyway) is a lot cheaper than the 1st one for some reason..

Guess it comes down to your level of current fitness, goals and of course, time.
I noticed with wii fit you can choose what to do, with EA you can also choose what to do but you can also choose the pre-set routines, over a 30 day period, which have various exercises such as stretches, lunges, jogging. That's what maintains the interest.
The leg strap/nun-chuck can be a pain but as a complimentary/alternative to wii fit it is worth a punt :)



Edited By: boydent999 on Apr 17, 2011 10:06
#9
boydent999
louiseb84
Thank you, I did look at that one too so I may go for that. I noticed that the 2nd one (on Amazon anyway) is a lot cheaper than the 1st one for some reason..
Guess it comes down to your level of current fitness, goals and of course, time.
I noticed with wii fit you can choose what to do, with EA you can also choose what to do but you can also choose the pre-set routines, over a 30 day period, which have various exercises such as stretches, lunges, jogging. That's what maintains the interest.
The leg strap/nun-chuck can be a pain but as a complimentary/alternative to wii fit it is worth a punt :)



I think that'd probably be better for me then, sticking to a routine of some sort rather than picking and choosing with the wii fit. My levels of fitness were pretty poor but are improving, and I have most evenings free to do it whilst the little ones are in bed.
Thanks for your advice :)

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