My Fitness Coach Wii £9.99 delivered @ Play.com + Quidco
My Fitness Coach Wii £9.99 delivered @ Play.com + Quidco

My Fitness Coach Wii £9.99 delivered @ Play.com + Quidco

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Evaluate your current fitness level in order to determine your baseline fitness.
Fitness goals and workout calendar: Weight loss, upper body strength, lower body strength, core body strength, cardio fitness, or flexibility: choose your fitness objectives and a schedule for your workouts (length of your program, frequency, etc).
Training sessions with over 500 unique exercises featuring Yoga, Pilates, Kickboxing, Cardio fitness, Strength Training, Flexibility, and Weight Loss Routine.
Tutorials: During the workout you can stop the action and watch a model demonstrate exactly how a move is done correctly. Each tutorial includes a choice of view speeds and camera angles to give you the best instructional view.
Track your progress: See your success tracked and displayed graphically as you work out. Maya will takes you through a similar evaluation after every 10th workout to measure your progress (e.g. push-ups, squats, crunches, etc.)
Settings: Nine different workout environments and four types of music (Hip-Hop, 80's, Latin and Dance).
Meditation garden: The perfect place to practice stretching, Yoga and complete relaxation.
Workout equipment: Compatible with your own equipment: you can even incorporate it into your workouts!


hi do you have to have Wii fit balance board for this?

No, it doesn't use the wii fit balance board at all (although you can use it in place of a step if you want).

You don't need any equipment, but if you do have stuff (step, weights, fit ball) then it will include exercises in your workout that use these.

I highly recommend it, it's much better than a fitness dvd.

Thanks, just ordered. I was looking at it today on Amazon where it is about £15.

I don't think it uses the Wii Fit balance board at all.

It is more like having a personal fitness trainer in your home and the game creates fitness programs to your schedule and requirements and makes use of weights or exercise balls that you might already have.

Now showing £15.99???????????

its showing as £15.99......shame..would have bought one

Much better than Wii Fit if you want to get an actual workout, rather than just having a bit of fun while burning a few calories.

edit: showing as £9.99 on Amazon and Play via Billybargain but is £15 when you actually click through


Many thanks - just ordered for £9.99 from Play - thanks so much as I have been wanting this but didn't want to pay more than £10 as I had missed it when Amazon did their offer. I went through top cash back though as it seemed to indicate 5% back?

PS - should this be un-expired!

Many thanks
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