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- Learn over 70 MMA-inspired exercises, including moves from disciplines such as wrestling, kickboxing and Muay Thai
- Utilizes your existing Kinect sensor for Xbox 360 to translate motion to the screen without the need for a controller
- Focus on specific fitness objectives, guided by a UFC personal trainer, in building personalized routines with up to 12 different exercises
- Hit the mitts against several popular UFC fighters with a variety of challenging rhythm and timing-based agility drills that utilize punching and kicking sequences
- An in-game journal enables players to view a comprehensive calendar of their fitness activities, including specific routines, time management and more
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UFC Personal Trainer: The Ultimate Fitness System is unique exercise program that blends real mixed martial arts (MMA) training techniques with the controller-free motion sensing technology of the Kinect Sensor for Xbox 360 (required and sold separately) to get you in the shape of your life while you have fun doing it. The program features over 70 MMA exercises approved by the National Academy of Sports Medicine; 30 or 60-day goal presets; exercise/routine customization options; in-game advice and training by real UFC fitness experts as well as appearances by real UFC fighters; and exclusive Xbox 360 content including 4 bonus UFC fighter training partners and 9 extra training routines.
Train Like Your Favorite UFC Stars
Mixed martial arts (MMA) is the fastest growing sport in the world and one of the toughest to compete in, drawing thousands of otherwise ordinary people into gyms around the world every day to dedicate hours to training in return for a shot at glory in the Octagon. Not every fighter will be victorious, but every serious competitor will get in the shape of their lives and now you can too without leaving your living room.
Regardless whether you are a fan of MMA, UFC Personal Trainer: The Ultimate Fitness System is the optimal way to combine the power of your Xbox 360 gaming console and the controller-free capabilities of your Kinect Sensor for Xbox 360 along with UFC Personal Trainer: The Ultimate Fitness System to get in shape fast as you train the way the UFC pros do. Designed by NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine) with support from leading mixed martial arts training experts Mark DellaGrotte, Greg Jackson and Javier Mendez, the fitness routines and full programs included in UFC Personal Trainer deliver a challenging and motivating UFC fitness experience that includes the best and most effective exercises utilized by today's renowned UFC fighters.
Exercises, Routines with Customization Options
UFC Personal Trainer features over 70 MMA and NASM-approved exercises, including moves from martial arts disciples such as wrestling, kickboxing and Muay Thai, that are designed to improve strength, endurance and conditioning through use in 51 routines. All routines are specialized to target specific muscle groups, as well as factor individual skill levels and fitness goals. In addition, to utilizing pre-planned routines users may focus on specific fitness objectives by building personalized routines with up to 12 different exercises. Each of the custom routines can be modified to increase or decrease intensity of the product's preset pace, enabling users to fully maximize their training experiences based on individual preferences. Across the training experience, users will punch and kick virtual authentic MMA training gear, with Kinect Sensor for Xbox 360 users having access to exclusive branded equipment as they build strength, endurance and flexibility without the use of a controller.
In addition, in Ultimate Training Mode, users will hit the mitts against a variety of popular UFC personalities in a variety of challenging rhythm and timing-based agility drills that utilize punching and kicking sequences. Along with the standard roster of fighters found in other game versions, the Xbox 360 version also contains four bonus UFC fighter training partners: Dan Hardy, Frank Mir, Diego Sanchez and Kenny Florian. Through these sessions players will unlock a variety of different drills to earn rewards, each with increasing difficulty, as well as have the ability to compete against friends and issue challenges in a multiplayer environment.
Mark DellaGrotte, Greg Jackson and Javier Mendez currently operate three of the most prominent MMA training facilities in the world and have significantly contributed to the success of many elite UFC fighters, including current UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones, current UFC Heavyweight Champion Cain Velasquez and former UFC Heavyweight Champion Frank Mir.
Key Game Features
- Authentic UFC Fitness Experience - Designed by NASM with support from leading MMA training experts Mark DellaGrotte, Greg Jackson and Javier Mendez, UFC Personal Trainer delivers a challenging and motivating UFC fitness experience that includes the best and most effective exercises utilized by today's renowned UFC fighters.
- Full Kinect Sensor for Xbox 360 Support - Game features controller-free play via your Kinect Sensor for Xbox 360 (required for play).
- Intense Mixed Martial Arts Exercises - Learn over 70 MMA and NASM-approved exercises, including moves from disciplines such as wrestling, kickboxing and Muay Thai, that are designed to improve strength, endurance and conditioning through use in a variety of routines. Each in-game routine is specialized to target specific muscle groups, as well as factor individual skill levels and fitness goals.
- Customizable Workout Routines - Focus on specific fitness objectives by building personalized routines with up to 12 different exercises plus warm ups and cool downs. Each custom routine can also be modified to increase or decrease intensity of the game's preset pace, enabling players to fully maximize their training experiences based on individual preferences.
- Personalized Training Tools - Receive additional guidance and encouragement throughout the fitness journey by choosing a goal and working with an MMA trainer for personalized instruction. Players will learn MMA-inspired exercises, as well as authentic training techniques and healthy lifestyle choices, enabling them to burn calories, build strength, lose weight and meet goals through a comprehensive fitness experience.
- Hit the Mitts - Hit the mitts against several popular UFC fighters with a variety of challenging rhythm and timing-based agility drills that utilize punching and kicking sequences. Players can unlock a variety of different drills to earn rewards, each with increasing difficulty, as well as compete against friends and issue challenges in a multiplayer environment.
- Dedicated Program System - Focusing on three distinct target goals – losing weight, building strength and improving performance – players may select a preset 30 or 60-day program that best meets their fitness needs. The selected program populates the in-game calendar with daily routines for players to follow, as well as tracks user performance.
- Xbox 360 Exclusive Content - The Xbox 360 game version features exclusive content, including: four bonus UFC fighter training partners: Dan Hardy, Frank Mir, Diego Sanchez and Kenny Florian; and nine extra routines.
30 or 60 day exercise routines.
Hit the Mitts with UFC fighters.
70+ real MMA exercises.
Platform: Xbox 360
Top Customer Reviews
I wouldn't call UFC Personal Trainer a game. It's a fitness system. This is not a gimmick to get MMA fans to open their wallets. The program was developed and certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine based on MMA training techniques. I started the 30 day strength training program and had an excellent workout. I'm a sergeant in the USMC and I've had numerous physical training sessions. The exercises I performed in UFC Trainer were very familiar as they are the same basic exercises Marines use to stay in shape. Pushups, squats, and lunges are proven and tested exercises. If you are already fit I would suggest picking up some light weight dumbbells for the standing upper body workouts such as upright rows and the Arnold press.
The program features various modes to help you get in shape. "Workout mode" has several pre-made routines for you to choose from. Each routine has a short description including what areas it will improve and estimated number of calories burned. You can also make your own workout routine. There is also a "quick workout" mode which I have not tried but the instruction manual implies you pick a target goal and quick workout automatically starts up a workout to improve that area. "Programs" are really where I think this game shines. Here you pick a workout program with a specific goal such as strength, cutting weight, and cardio. The program is for a specific duration as well such as 30 or 60 days.
The "Activities" are simply fun UFC inspired mini-games for you to play.Read more ›
|Length: 3:35 Mins|
Updated 7/1/11 Calorie burning estimator needs some tuning. 600+ strikes 60,000+ points on heavybag in 5 minutes gave 13-53 calories burned. But 3 minutes of very light much slower paced mitt work of maybe 40 strikes gave 99-300+ calories burned.
Updated 6/30/11 Uploaded short video. 5 stars for both fun and overall.
Updated!6/29/11 Just tried an hour of heavybag, speedbag, tire flips and mitt work. I think it's all FIXED!!! Now this is how it was intended to be! I'm ONLINE and no freezes the last hour. Do pushups according to the pace of the machine I know some of you out there are pushup and situp machines you are limited by the kinect device itself from keeping up with you. That being said I think this is now better than fitness evolved and the best entertaining workout kinect title to date. It's a MUST for any UFC fan. Hope this review helps I'm totally enjoying this Title now!
Not a fan of a ring girl giving demands on the heavybag, speedbag or tire flips if I wanna hear a woman complaining I'll go deal with the old lady ;).Read more ›
More variety in warm-up exercises would have been welcome, such as having the CPU randomly select 5 warm up moves from a pool of warm-up exercises instead of having to do the same ones before every routine. The option to skip warm-up or cooldown would have been nice.
During a routine you are prompted to input how heavy a weight you would like to use for the upcoming exercise... but are never told what that exercise is. So how do I know how much weight to grab (since the weight has to be input, to help figure calorie burn) - I'll use different weight for triceps than lunges, for example. Again, the user experience seems to be an afterthought
The biggest sin this title commits is in its shoddy body movement recognition during 'gameplay.' I can't remember how many clean, strict, push ups I would hammer out only to see the game wasn't registering but a fraction of them.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Super sore!!! I love it helps with stretching as well. Only bad thing I thought be it was 2 players u would be able to fight each other but u can't all you do is compete to see... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Natalie
I love ufc training this game kick my butt sometimes but I like it.Published 2 months ago by L. Nurse
This was a gift for my brother. He really wanted this game and he was happy with it.Published 6 months ago by Addicted2Latte
The motion sensing algorithm on this game is the worst I've ever experienced with any Kinect game (and I've played quite a few). Read morePublished 8 months ago by Rebecca
You can do super high quality slow count push-ups and it wouldn't count them, picked up the pace, and was still miss counting. Kids didn't even like it much.Published 9 months ago by EVS0