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Jillian Michael's Fitness Ultamatum 2009 - Nintendo Wii

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Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone
1.9 out of 5 stars 452 customer reviews
Metascore: 30 / 100

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  • Uses the Wii balance board
  • 4 Workout types, strength training, weight loss, intervals and h climb
  • motion based fitness activities such as ladder climb, rowing and monkey bars
  • track personal data and progress
  • Unlock lifestyle tips from Jillian
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Become new recruits in Jillian Michaels' Fitness Ultimatum 2009. Enroll in a unique training program composed of challenging fitness tests and an ever-changing series of workouts. Choose your workout from four types--Weight Loss, Strength Training, Intervals and Hill Climb--and set the intensity to light, medium or hard for a duration between 10 and 60 minutes. By completing exciting Wii Remote and Wii Balance Board motion-based challenges that range from crossing monkey bars to climbing ladders and rowing, you can also unlock lifestyle and fitness video tips from Jillian. You can even track your progress based on calories burned and workout intensity. In addition, a Competitive Party Mode lets two players race against each other through entertaining individual challenges or through the entire Physical Training course to earn the winning time.

Competitive Party Mode lets two players race against each other through entertaining individual challenges or through the entire Physical Training course to earn the winning time


Jillian Michael's Fitness Ultimatum LogoJillian Michael’s 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. 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 get you in the best shape of your life! As a new recruit at Jillian’s boot camp, enroll in her unique training program and be challenged to an ever-changing series of workouts and fitness tests.

Choose your workout from four types:
Gear your workout to suit your goals when you choose either Weight Loss, Strength Training, Intervals, and Hill Climb modes. Set the intensity of your exercise routine to suit your pace: Light,Medium or Hard, then dictate workout length: 5, 10, 15, 30, 45, or 60 minutes. Start each workout on the track by running down the Physical Training (PT) course of the training base in a series of judged challenges for up to 3 minutes. Motion-based fitness activities include: running obstacle courses, balance beam, hand car, rowing/paddling, crossing monkey bars, punching bags, and more.

Go Solo or Head-to-Head:
Choose your challenge from branching paths to dictate your own activity. Each challenge has three levels of difficulty, requiring progressively more motion and a harder workout (warm-up, target zone, cool-down, etc.) Competitive Campfire Mode lets two players race against each other through individual challenges or the entire PT course to see who can burn more calories.

Customize your character and input personal data to serve as a benchmark for measuring progress via the Statistics screen that includes: calories burned, weight, in game performance and more. Unlock lifestyle and fitness video tips from Jillian that provide guidance on: targeted training,maximizing your workout, gym alternatives, traveling workouts, snacking, eating out, food substitutions, and cooking

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  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches ; 5.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 21, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (452 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,707 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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I just got it today and played for only 1hr so far, so may be it's more to this game, but personally, I think it's awful. If I were Jillian Michaels, I wouldn't want my name on this game.

Graphic is super bad with ugly avators you can't customize the detail. Feels like going back to Super Nintendo or Play Station era. However it's Wii, it's fitness game- I can let go of graphics if game content is good...which isn't.

Ok, where should I start??? (seriously it's that bad)

Noticable flaw for me was slow controller response time. I could be swinging my controller and nunchuck now and my character will be responding 2 seconds later. Also for some exercise, it's really hard to figure out how to get the character moving because of poor instruction + just badly designed control.

Some mini games sort of resemble Wii Fit but it's more like Wii Fit wannabe. For example, this game's version of "Running" is if you use balance board, you are just "shifting" weight on the board and swing arms with controllers because you are not supposed to actually run on the board. And for Wii Fit owners, remember how pretty the background scenary was and kept changing as you ran? In this game, you are just running through 1 long boring path between trees...

Another "boring" factor is it doesn't have much of game quality unless you are in multiplayer mode. Sure it'll show you the score after the exercise at the end of game but while you are playing solo, it's really not motivating. You just hear Jillian's occasional "Give it all you got!" over and over.

Some good points are background musics- they are good up-beat songs with more variety than Wii Fit, and also some squat exercise did make me sweat.
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I was so pumped about a new Wii fit game because I love the Wii fit. I opened the game and started to play and was VERY Disappointed. First off when trying to customize the clothing on my fitness person the colors don't change to the color is shows it is supposed to be. If I chose pink it looks yellow. The graphics are really bad, and like the previous email said back in the old video game days. I started off with the training mode which is running and I could not get my remotes to hardly respond it is like the game is playing by itself. My balance and motion just did not seem to respond till a few second later. I really wanted to like this game because I love fitness. When your are running you are on the balance board and when you go faster your person on the screen continues to barely move. If you have to quit for some reason in the middle, mine was because I was bored, but if you try to quit you have to wait until your 2-5 MInute + run is over before you can return to choose another training mode.

There is an area where you jump on logs and it just looks like your standing in one place and you can't jump from log to log you just basically stand there until the 2 minutes are up.

Throwing granades were bad because the game tells you lean left and right to hit the target and when you lean left to right it does nothing.

It does give some good advice as you earn tips. The entire game responses are all positive and when you are trying to get a good workout you need motivation but sometimes not all positive. Even if you don't do a good job it says oh good job....

My kids even tried the game and were very frustrated age 14 and 4 because the game would not respond at all to my four year old.
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Ever since I bought Wii fit I was anxiously awaiting a complementary program. Wii Fit is great but we all know its huge flaws. So when I found out Jillian Michaels was coming out with a balance board game I thought great, a fitness buff should bring a fresh perspective.

Well, in a nut shell what was created was not a fitness program that you can build a lifestyle around but more like a game that you can play for a few weeks and then move on to something else. The Big three as I call them (Yourself Fitness, Let's Yoga, and Wii Fit) can be incorporated into a fitness lifestyle on pretty much a daily basis. No so with Fitness Ultimatum

So just where does this game fail as far as an exercise program? For one thing, in this game you are mostly not doing the on screen exercise but doing some kind of physical gyration to get your on screen avatar to do the screen action. For example running on screen is done by alternating heel lifts and swinging your arms. In boxing in order to get permission to throw a punch on the bag your hips have to be swaying to the music.

Oh, and the music. Have these game designers ever been in a gym? I feel like I'm listening to some-one's Ipod shuffle mix. Exercise music is supposed to drive you to working out, not someones idea of good tunes. In one paint ball hand grenade activity I was throwing paint ball grenades to country western music. What???????

The game does work without the balance board. I found that out today becasue the balance board game sync menu is not user friendly, the controls are too sensitive and you don't get enough time. Thus I failed the balance board sync test and went without the balance board today

And finally the game has no exit.
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