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Jillian Michaels Fitness Ultimatum 2010 - Nintendo Wii
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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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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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
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.
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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This paired with goods gym dance workout helped me lose 20 pounds in little over three months last year. Are the controls perfect? No. Does it get the job done? Yes. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Gemini
Love the variety of exercises in the daily workout schedule is nice also keeps track of what you do and how well. Separate instructions for each exercise if you have trouble.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Lets burn calories...what a wonderful way to burn calories and have some fun at the same time :)Published 13 months ago by Maru Landaeta