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- All-new Mission Mode makes fitness immersive as players smash walls, navigate warehouses, and more in a story that combines action and exercise
- New High Intensity workouts deliver the most advanced training in the series
- Engage one-on-one with Jillian as she becomes your personal coach
- The only official series designed by Jillian Michaels, featuring her voice and likeness in-game
- 14 new exercises augment Fitness Ultimatum’s signature experience. Performed by Jillian, they work multiple parts of the body simultaneously and include jumping jacks, running, crunches, planks, hip twists, side lunges, and more
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Jillian Michaels: Fitness Ultimatum 2011 takes personal wellness to new levels of immersion. The only official video game series created by Jillian Michaels, it lets players receive personal fitness guidance from America’s premier wellness coach. For the first time, Fitness Ultimatum 2011 integrates a story-based Mission mode where Jillian and the player use their fitness skills in a series of missions to shut down Cureall, an evil food and drug corporation. Featuring a large selection of exercises that include use of the optional Wii Balance Board and Wii MotionPlus, Jillian Michaels: Fitness Ultimatum 2011 allows players to monitor their fitness goals with a resolution-based tracking system. Plus a brand new High Intensity workout mode offers the most challenging workouts in the series.
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It's the game itself that doesn't work for me. The idea is that you perform specified exercises to proceed through each segment of the game, but stopping to exercise interrupts the flow both of the game and of the exercise. The two just do not make a cohesive whole. I found myself asking why? too often. Why do this exercise here? Why interrupt the game? Why I do care to play this game?
And the answer was . . . put a dance fitness video on. And get a real workout.
OVERALL: There are Jillian Michaels books that I find worthwhile, but this video did not meet the standards set in those books.