- Also check our best rated Ps3 Game reviews
Other Sellers on Amazon
+ FREE UK delivery
+ FREE UK delivery
Adidas MI Coach - Move Required (PS3)
- Sports-specific training with your sporting heroes: 18 total on-disc and via DLC
- Non-sports specific training in Men's Training, Women's Training, or Getting Started categories
- 400+ exercisesFull body optical tracking
- Access everywhere: view stats, log activity and manage schedules and plans from web-capable devices
- Everything counts: log all your activity from jogging to playing soccer in the park, and rack up points and achievements
- Add a cardio program using the adidas miCoach smartphone app, Pacer unit or miCoach SPEED_CELL (sold separately)
- Conditioning Workouts: unique, console-only workouts that provide an intense cardiovascular workout in your own home.
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
- Platform: PlayStation 3
- BBFC Rating:
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Platform: PlayStation 3
If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
From the Manufacturer
miCoach is a highly successful training solution from global sports giant, adidas.
For those who love to participate in sports, Adidas miCoach is the highly successful personal training solution from global sports giant adidas, tailored to meet your training needs and goals.
Become part of the miCoach world
Adidas miCoach for X360 Kinect and PS3 Move is an alternative access point to your miCoach world. Seamlessly integrate your training plans and bring them to life in your home!
Adidas miCoach performance monitoring technology covers both specific sports and general fitness.
Structured training plans
Movement and cardio data is collected during training or competitions and helps build a training plan, which is specific to your sport, training goals and lifestyle.
With miCoach you can share and compare your data online. You can sync all your miCoach products with each other or use on their own.
Pro athlete tips and advice
Get the most from each workout with training tips from the athletes behind adidas miCoach.
Authentic and authorised
This is the first product which provides sportsmen and women with an authentic and authorised technical sports training and fitness programme, bringing a whole new level of interactivity to your fitness regime.
Since the age of 5 Ana Ivanovic has dreamed of being a Tennis star like her hero Monica Seles, whom she watched on the television in her native country - Serbia. Her hard work, training and dedication have helped her realize her dream and she is now one of the top female players in the world winning 10 tournaments, the highlight being the 2008 French Open.
Jessica Ennis showed promise as a heptathlete and pentathlete from an early age. She started when she was 9 years old, trying all the events at a summer camp. When she reached the age of 16 she took things more seriously and has never looked back. She has won gold medals at the IAAF World Championships, IAAF Indoor World Championships and the European Athletics Championships.
Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite is known to most people as Kaka, and plays as a Midfielder for Real Madrid as well as the Brazilian National Team. He's been playing football since he was 8 years old, professionally since he was 18. He won the FIFA World Cup with Brazil when he was just 20. He's also played for AC Milan and was awarded in 2007 the FIFA World Player of the Year, UEFA Club Footballer of the Year and the Ballon D'Or. It hasn't all been glory though, at 18 he suffered from a potentially career ending spinal injury, but after a lot of hard work and dedication he recovered back to top form.
Top Customer Reviews
Firstly the good points. The premise behind the 'game'. I run, cycle and swim on a regular basis. I always used cardiotrainer on my android to track my distances.After hearing about micoach, I downloaded the app and pre-ordered the game. These were going to work in sync with each other to track my exercise programs. pity it's never been implemented properly.
Now The bad points.
It doesn't work.
The game boasts motion detection. It starts the exercise at the slightest movement, so there's no preparation time. It started when my 15 year old west-highland staggered across the room. Best of it was, he got a medal for glute reps!
The training games are awful. I constantly had to re-calibrate. the tennis is the best of a bad lot. with the football (dull) hardly working and the basketball unplayable, mainly due to really bad control issues.
You also need gym equipment. weights and a gym ball are needed for the plan I was going to attempt. I don't have them in my living room. Thats why I go to the gym.
The amount of room needed seems to be more than the other games in this genre. I had to stand at least eight foot away from the camera.
Times between exercises are non existent. Add this to the 'motion detection' problem and you'll find yourself rushing from a push up to a forward lunge in the space of five seconds. That can't be good for you.
Even the comedy value in the sports 'personalities' inane scripted drivel doesn't help to lift this awful game from the one star i've given it.
If i could, it would be half a star.
There is no way on earth that this had been play tested before release, by gamers or fitness experts.Read more ›
I had great hopes for this game as I was looking at something new to replace EA Sports Active2 but after only a few minutes on the game, I realized it will never be as good as Sports Active2.
The detection with the camera on micoach is terrible. Mouvements are not detected when it should so you are doing reps 35 times instead of 8 because it's not registering and so in each exercise you need to quit because you can't finish it. Very frustrating.
I changed the settings, position of the camera, etc but nothing improved the detection.
Very poor game even with these great athletes providing helpful tips.
My Playstation Move works beautifully with all other Move titles but miCoach initially failed to acknowledge that I had the PS Eye plugged in, then continually told me to recalibrate the Motion Controller- even after I did recalibrate, the motion tracking was still dreadful. Micoach also requested that I 'turn on more lights' as the room was too dark- I can't emphasise enough that this hasn't happened to me with any other Move releases and that I have a really bright location for my PS Eye. Interestingly enough, most other info I've read about PS Move suggests that low light conditions are better for performance anyway.
I can only assume that miCoach was a rushed release as it just doesn't seem to work at all well with PS Move.
Ignore this game and buy move fitness or ea sports fitness instead