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Jillian Michaels Fitness Ultimatum 2010 - Nintendo Wii

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone
3.7 out of 5 stars 190 customer reviews

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  • "Resolutions" Mode features a customizable training calendar that allows users to plan their routines for up to six months as Jillian coaches you every step of the way
  • Cardio Training: Swing Kicks, Obliques, Jumping Jacks, Hip Twists, Water Pump, Running, Bicycle
  • Strength Training: Push-Ups, Crunches, Pelvic Thrust, Side Planks, Side Lunges, Sledge Swing, Back Kick w/ Shoulder Press, Boat Pose, Lunge Kick
  • Most exercises enhanced for Balance Board
  • More accurate motion tracking for more precise exercise movements
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Building on the success of her first videogame, star fitness trainer Jillian Michaels returns to Wii with a new and improved fast-paced, high-intensity workout in Jillian Michaels' Fitness Ultimatum 2010. Set on a rugged, Pacific jungle island, players will enter a Hell Week-style boot camp filled with many new features and workout modes for 2010, including more accurate motion tracking and a calendar system enabling the user to program routines on a period of up to 6 months. Finally, you'll never train alone with direct feedback and motivation from Jillian for greater results! Game design by health and wellness expert Jillian Michaels: > Features Jillian's motion-captured movements > Fitness routines created by Jillian > All-new audio from Jillian

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  • ASIN: B002ECN43C
  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 3.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 6, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (190 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,926 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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After the fiasco that was Fitness Ultimatum 2009, you might be hesitant to buy the 2010 version. I was too. I've had the game for a while now and thought I'd break out the good and the bad.

The Good:

1) The exercises are definitely more intense than the ones you'll find on games like Wii Fit Plus or EA Sports Active. There's are nine exercises that use the Wii Remote (water pump, sledge swing, hip twist, oblique, side lunge, back kick, jumping jack, squat jacks, running) and nine that use the balance board (boat pose, crunch, swing kick, lunge kick, bicycle, side plank, pelvic thrust, push-up, closed push-up). Use of the balance board is optional.

2) The game is fairly well organized into three main sections:

a. "Workout Area", contains four choices: "Island Overview" allows you to quickly do one of 18 random exercises in one of 9 different environments, ranging from a cascading waterfall to a sunset on a pier. Great for if you want to exercise in a hurry. "Single Exercise" allows you to choose the specific exercise, location, music, and number of reps. "Circuit Training" lets you choose from five combinations of exercises that Jillian herself recommends for Total Body, Abs, upper or lower body. You can also customize five of your own circuits. "Resolutions" allows you to create a customer workout schedule over time for up to six months, or use a schedule that Jillian herself made.

b. "Jillian's Locker" is very obviously something that the programmers stuffed into the game to make it appear more substantial. It isn't substantial at all. "Outfits" contains outfits that you can dress your on-screen Jillian in. More of a gimmick than anything else, and the interface is confusing to navigate.
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I started watching The Biggest Loser this year and fell in love with Jillian Michael's hardcore training style. I bought 2009 Ultimatum last year and gave up on it after I couldnt jump on the logs. I recently bought the biggest loser game and it is enjoyable from an exercise aspect and a fun aspect. The exercises in my opinion are somewhat easy,however it is a fun game and some calories are burned. I was really interested in how the new Jillian Michaels game would be because it was a different game maker and supposedly harder. With the reviews from a variety of sites lacking of what I wanted to know, I gave in and bought it myself. Here are the questions I wanted to ask before I got the game and the answers.

Are the controls more accurate?

The game has a different setup. It is strictly exercises such as running, squats and sledgehammer throws. I believe the sensor picks up the four quadrants of your body. Top right, Top left, Bottom Right Bottom Left. If the remote goes in this area during the exercise the green bar stays green and a beep comes on. If the remote does not go in this area the bar turns yellow and a wrong beep goes on. This system is fairly accurate. It takes a few sessions to get the idea of where the remote is suppose to go during the specific exercise, but when done correctly, you realize the proper form your body is in is correct. The game doesnt use the new motion accessory and is a different setup then 2009 with no mini games. For the exercises you do in this game, the motion pickup is sufficient.

Are there mini games and weigh ins?

This game is much more exercise based. I have never seen one of her exercise videos, but I am assuming it is similar to this game. It is a circuit workout of straight exercises.
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I was searching Amazon for a fitness game for Wii and came across Jillian Michael's Fitness Ultimatum. I had not yet read the reviews on previous versions and didn't know how bad they were. I watched the teaser video and my first impression was that this was the game I needed. Jillian appeared to be very motivational. I ordered the game and when it arrived I immediately tried it out.

It didn't seem to bad and I set up my fitness challenge for the next day. I wanted to work on my core and abs so I set up both areas. I thought that I could do one in the morning and one in the afternoon. I was wrong. Once you start the challenge you are stuck doing both parts; even if you don't have enough time. If you try end it after you do the first one, it doesn't save your data and you're stuck re-doing it.

To make matters worse, this game is not for beginners. The sit-ups are excruciatingly hard and there is no option to put in if you're a beginner or not. I thought I was going to die when Jillian asked me to do 90 sit-ups in one go (I've never been able to do maybe more than 10 or so in one shot and not at the difficulty she posed).

I did not find this game to be fun and didn't want to play it again. Luckily, my Biggest Loser game for Wii arrived and so I'm not completely stuck without fitness.

If you're a beginner, I would not recommend this game. It appears to be more for people who already have a fitness regime and are in shape.
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First off, let me start off by saying that as many other users, I too was hesitant to purchase this game based on the subpar gaming experience of the '09 version. But after playing it at a friend's house, I immediately had to go out and buy this. Apparently the game designers were listening to user feedback because this time around they got it right.

The graphics in 2010 are a major improvement. The biggest hang-up I had with the '09 version was the lack of accuracy in the movement tracking. 2010 has fixed these issues. I run marathons and consider myself to be in pretty good shape, but let me tell you, these exercises kick my butt! They're challenging and the mix of stregnth and cardio traning makes for a really fun workout.
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