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EA Sports Active NFL Training Camp is an exercise game for Wii that merges the established momentum that the EA Sports Active franchise has created in the genre with realistic NFL training camp routines to create the most challenging and focused exercise game developed to date. Game features include a full range of exercises developed with the input of actual NFL fitness and conditioning trainers, a 60-day exercise challenge, total wireless body tracking via included additional sensors, a built-in heart rate monitor, included resistance bands for strength training, 2-player support and more.
Compared to other fitness gaming releases on the Wii, EA Sports Active NFL Training Camp is in a whole other league. Unlike those other games that concentrate on general fitness concepts, EA Sports Active NFL Training Camp focuses on the agility, aerobic, stamina and strength training exercises that NFL players routinely are put through during their pre-season training camps. Developed in collaboration with NFL strength and conditioning coaches, users will experience the thrill of competition while challenging themselves, as well as friends and family in these authentic NFL football drills which are performed in the likeness of user's favorite NFL players.
So, how does one ensure that the exercises that you are doing even come close to the exhaustive work that is done on and NFL gridiron: Total Body Tracking. EA Sports Active NFL Training Camp's Total Body Tracking is measured via an advanced trio of sensors that correspond to points on the user's body. The first of these is a user-supplied Wii Remote held in hand, while the other two consist of the included leg and arm sensors which are strapped in place before training begins. As the user goes through the various drills, challenges and resistance band improved strength training exercises that make up the in-game NFL Combine 60-Day Challenge, the included EA Active USB receiver allows EA Sports Active NFL Training Camp to accurately measure heart rate, calories burned and provide wireless motion tracking. This information is projected on-screen in real-time as the exercises continue and together provide a challenging and progressive workout that delivers the measurable results that users crave and that NFL coaches and pros will envy.
Along with fitness, EA Sports Active NFL Training Camp is also about the motivational powers of competition. With that in mind, and assuming a constant internet connection, the game provides for a continuous link to the EA Sports Active online hub. Game data will automatically be uploaded here for users that also have an EA Sports account. Here users can also challenge others to beat their personal best, as well as enjoy other community features. However you choose to play, EA Sports Active NFL Training Camp brings a real NFL training camp experience and its corresponding results right into the living room and into your life. Additional game features include: the ability to align yourself with your favorite team, 2-player support, points and achievements earned in-game and the ability to add new challenges for use on a Nintendo Balance Board. (Sold separately)
The challenge of real NFL drills.
Motivational 2-player support.
A true NFL experience.
Fun for the whole family.
If you don't do the exercises an exact way, it doesn't register on the game console - you end up doing three times the push-ups or sit-ups or whatever it's asking.Published 1 month ago by Brenda Sherlock
I bought this because it has the heart monitor and I have lost mine. It cost less to buy the game than to replace the monitorsPublished 2 months ago by Martha
The arm sensor didn't work! I was so excited to use it and it wouldn't let me play because of the broken arm sensor!Published 2 months ago by Hannah Jo
A sequel to the original EA Active sports, this game truly takes it up a notch. Note: EA no longer supports the online feature, but the game still works perfectly well. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jennifer Perez