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Gold's Gym Cardio Workout - Nintendo Wii

by Ubisoft
Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone
480 customer reviews

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  • Get a real workout using the Nintendo Wii's motion controls to do cardio boxing, running, and more
  • Compatible with the Nintendo Balance Board
  • Maintains calendar of your fitness, calories burned, and more
  • Automatically changes difficulty of workout based on your fitness
  • Includes free one-week trial membership at real-life Gold's Gym
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Gold’s Gym Cardio Workout brings your own personal Gold’s Gym cardio trainer into your living room! Gold’s Gym is the largest gym in the world and is known for leading the industry in personal training, so expect to get in shape fast. It’s a fun way to exercise and maintain a healthy body.

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Gold's Gym Cardio Workout, exclusively available for the Nintendo Wii, makes it fun for you to get your workout in every day. The Balance Board-compatible game delivers a personal-training experience, pushing you through a routine of fun exercises that includes sit-ups, cardio boxing, running, and more.



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Get Ready to Sweat
Thanks to the Wii's motion tracking control and optional support for the Balance Board accessory, you can get a real workout that is fun and entertaining right at home. Gold's Gym Cardio Workout will run you through exercises such as cardio boxing, sit-ups, jumping rope, running, and more. The game keeps track of your progress, and as you become more fit, the game's level of difficulty evolves to give you a rigorous workout all the time.

Track Your Progress and Weight Loss
Gold's Gym Cardio Workout continually tracks your progress as you work out, maintaining a calendar of your activity. It tracks your burned calories and body weight, and it adjusts your workouts based on fitness level. It is like having a personal trainer working with you right in your living room.

And, if you have the Balance Board, Gold's Gym Cardio Workout utilize the Balance Board to automatically take and keep track of your weight.

Real-Life Gold's Gym Feel
Get a realistic "gym feel" thanks to the game's use of Gold's Gym exclusive signage and the experience of authentic gym dialogue.

One-Week Gold's Gym Trial Membership Included
Each game includes a free one-week trial at a Gold's Gym.


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  • ASIN: B001KX504C
  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 7.5 x 0.6 inches ; 5.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 31, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (480 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,685 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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335 of 339 people found the following review helpful By PT Cruiser TOP 50 REVIEWER on March 31, 2009
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If you enjoy cardio boxing and want to work up a sweat, then this Wii game is for you. After doing the basic lessons and moving on to the regular ones for only a couple of hours my arms and shoulders feel like I can't lift them anymore. I'm pretty sure I'll be sore tomorrow morning.

This is basically a cardio boxing game. The rest of the exercises are short games and workouts that are unlocked as you progress through boxing exercises. It looks like there are 6 regular ones and 4 that use the balance board. This is the extent of the balance board usage. None of the boxing exercises use the balance board. This is a little disappointing, but since you can't jump on the balance board it would be a little difficult to do the boxing footwork which is bouncy, without damaging the board. Still, I thought the description of the game was a little misleading since the use of the balance board is limited to leg raises, push ups and a couple exercises that are already included with the Wii Fit.

Still, I think this is a good addition to my Wii Exercise list because it's engaging and holds my interest and I like games where I can build up the score and compete against my past scores. Here are a list of the pros and cons that I've discovered so far:

Pros:
Choice of music. There are several different music choices that you can preview and play during your workouts.

Choice of settings. You can choose a gym, forest or seaside setting.

Lots of movement and easy to understand instructions.

You acquire points which you can use to buy things at the gym store, like different outfits.
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197 of 202 people found the following review helpful By Leah H on March 31, 2009
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I actually got my copy a couple of days before it was supposed to be released from a video game store. It's mostly cardio boxing, although there are other exercises including Punch Dog, reverse sit-ups, back strengthening and squats that utilize the balance board. There are 4 other exercises that have to be unlocked as you progress through the game. (I just unlocked Jump Rope today, on my 4th day.) Gold points are earned to be spent in the Shop on gear, and additional items go on sale as you go.

After initial "registration", you choose your trainer, either Alex or Nina. Other trainers are unlocked as you progress. (I just unlocked Brenda.) Each day, you have a choice of doing a prepared workout or an ala carte workout. After the prepared workout, you get to leave a punch stamp on the calendar, indicating that you've completed that day's workout. There are Boxing Examinations you can take to test yourself.

As of yet, I haven't noticed the scale feature and I had to enter my weight manually when I first set up my profile. All in all, it's a great workout- more interesting and interactive than Wii Fit (which I still love). I was sweating after about 5 minutes, and I'm STILL sore from my first workout! There's less jumping and hopping around than My Fitness Coach, which, with my bad knees, is a big plus. I look forward to unlocking more of the features of this game!

Update: 4/12/09- I've unlocked a couple of the "Special" workouts in the Shape Boxing, but only done Dodging, which is really tricky because you have to throw punches at the same time!
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596 of 628 people found the following review helpful By Wiiviewer VINE VOICE on April 5, 2009
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56 of 58 people found the following review helpful By J. A. Fielder on April 27, 2009
I've had this for a month now, and I have to say I've really enjoyed myself. I got bored with the Wii Fit within a few weeks; my biggest complaint that other than the Hula Hoop, nothing really gave me a good workout.

Can't say that for this "game." I've worked out every day, and look forward to getting on it first thing in the morning. I do the prepared workout, and every other day will supplement it with some a la carte shape boxing or exercises. I like my trainer, and the little rewards are nice eggs to work toward.

I drip like a sieve, and my muscles are sore. That's a good thing.

I like that you can pick three different levels in the prepared work out (light, regular, hardcore), or just do a la carte if you want more or less.

However (and there's always a however), there are some flaws.

1) Not everything registers. Be it squats, upper cuts, ducks, or dodges, sometimes you have to REALLY exaggerate your movements to get it to register. It's very frustrating to throw an uppercut and nothing happens, or to throw a punch and it registers a duck simultaneously when you're doing ducking combos.

2) As noted by others, it doesn't weigh you. Missed opportunity there by Ubisoft.

3) The English translations on screen ain't such be good done right. ;)

4) On the sandbag exercise, it's too easy to knock the bags out in 45 seconds. I haven't unlocked all of the elements of the game yet, so I'm hoping there's a "free" mode where you can do the side exercises for as long as you like.

5) Sometimes it doesn't register the "up" on squats. You have to really "bounce" (again, exaggerating motions) to get it to register, which takes away from the work out intent.
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