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Jillian Michaels' Fitness Ultimatum Wii game @ The Hut 12.93 or 11.93 using their bank holiday discount code
Jillian Michaels' Fitness Ultimatum Wii game  @ The Hut  12.93 or 11.93 using their bank holiday discount code

Jillian Michaels' Fitness Ultimatum Wii game @ The Hut 12.93 or 11.93 using their bank holiday discount code

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Release Date: 06 June 2009

Compatible with the Wii Fit Board!

World-renowned celebrity fitness trainer Jillian Michaels challenges you with a fun yet intense workout of rigorous exercise routines in this innovative Wii game. Under Jillian's expert guidance, you can pursue a focused workout that helps you reach your fitness goals through rigorous, branching exercise routines and multiple difficulty levels that will challenge you to get in the best shape of your life! Jillian Michaels' Fitness Ultimatum 2009 is the first game of its type to combine a celebrity fitness trainer with the Wii and innovative Wii Balance Board accessory to offer you a fun and entertaining way to get fit

6 Comments

If anyone has read any customer reviews for this they would not waste their money amazon.com/Jil…BSS

Voted cold, waste of money, even at £11.93, if you want a Wii fitness game that works, there is only one option, save your £11.93 and put it towards EA Sports Active instead.

I would agree, it truely is a BAD BAD BAD game. I took it back to ASDA and got a refund!

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really? :? i love her on the biggest loser usa

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really? :? i love her on the biggest loser usa



She may be a very nice person, but an endorsement on this product means jack squat, the fitness program is terrible sadly, the ONLY decent workout for the Wii is EA Sports Active.

Yeah, it gets bad reviews wherever i've seen them. i find her a bit mean and scary, though I guess that's the idea.

Geez I need to read the reviews for this as I was tempted. For those who have used it why was it so bad?

I have the EA sports active... at first I thought it was great but I stopped using it after about two weeks... I didn't like what it was doing to my body shape... (bigger arms and chunky thighs) I want a cardio workout without repeated stress on the same groups of muscles... I guess there is no substitute for 'real' exercise.. it's back to swimming for me...
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