Another way to get fit

By Mir
March 23, 2009
Category Hot Hot Hot!

My Fitness Coach for the Wii is down to just under $20 at Amazon, just in case you had a really great weekend and woke up this morning with more than the usual measure of self-loathing.

Er, I mean, it has great reviews, and I’m sure lots of people enjoy exercising more than I do. Yes. That’s what I meant to say.


  1. I have this game and I love it (although I paid more than that for it).
    I tried the Jillian game and had so many problems with the controllers not registering. After a web search I found out it wasn’t just me. So I traded it for My Fitness coach and am so happy I did.

  2. I have My Fitness Coach as well and love it. Every part of my body is soar (I have had it for 2 week). Dang it on the sale and missing that one. Oh well! My husband still prefers the Wii Fit.

  3. This is really a great workout game! I’d recommend it. And I paid $30.00 so it’s a great price too!

  4. Is it more challenging than the Wii fit? I would like a game that can really make me sweat.

  5. you so crack me up.

  6. I think it is more challenging because you aren’t stopping all the time to choose a new activity. The Fitness Coach has you put in your measurements, weight, etc. and makes a recommendation every time you start it on what you should work on that day. So you get variety, cardio and toning. You can also tell it how long you have to exercise and it sets up the work out. My only annoyance is that every time she changes moves she kind of stops but I have adapted now that i know what each move is and I can prepare for the change. She also stops and asks you how you are doing periodically and you have to find the Wii Remote, turn it back on, select how you are feeling and then she has to “find the beat again” so add in a couple of extra minutes to your work out for that. 🙂 It is a glorified work out video. I think the only advantage of using it on the Wii is that it does keep track of how you are feeling and adjusts your workouts accordingly. If you say you were hardly working, next time it will be harder. Workout DVDs don’t do that.

    Anyway… for $20 (eve $30) I think it was a great investment. 🙂

  7. I have it and really like it too!

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