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EA Sports Active: More Workouts (Wii)

Platform : Nintendo Wii
4.5 out of 5 stars 107 customer reviews

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  • Benefit of a Personal Trainer in a Box- Similar to a personal trainer, the program provides clear instruction, feedback on technique and encouragement, while also providing calories burned in real time.
  • Six-Week Challenge-This personalized full body challenge will give users a new customizable weekly schedule and a weekly check-in with the virtual trainer to track calorie, weight and workout goals.
  • Full Body Circuit Workout Routines- The specially designed leg strap holds the Nunchuk and the Wii Remote is held in hand to track upper and lower body movements. A resistance band increases the intensity of exercises such as bicep curls**.
  • Warm up and Cool down- Eight all-new warm up and cool down exercises that stretch muscles before and after workouts to help prevent aches and injury.
  • Abdominal Exercises-All-new detectable abdominal exercises help tone abs and strengthen the mid-section of the body.
  • Personal Trainer to More Workouts-Profiles and results achieved in Personal Trainer can be transferred to More Workouts.
  • Track Your Journey-To encourage overall wellness, there is a journal that allows user to set goals and track progress – accounting for activities both in and outside of software – while also providing all-new nutrition and fitness tips.
  • Workout Your Way-For optimal personalization, circuits can be customized based on interests and fitness level and there is complete flexibility for the duration and intensity level.
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B002OL2GHS
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 27 g
  • Release Date: 20 Nov. 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,494 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Expand your keep fit regime with all new workouts, exercise routines and extra features. EA Sports Active is already the number one choice for fitness fans and this adds more than 35 new exercises, with an emphasis on the upper and lower body - particularly abdominal exercises.


Keep fit is never the same old thing with EA Sports Active
Use the remote and nunchuck to adjust your technique
Kids can have fun keeping fit too with cool mini-games
The resistance band helps make exercises more effective

This doesn't just offer new workouts though, but a new easier-to-use interface that works like your own personal trainer to help provide advice and feedback personalised to your needs. You can track your progress in your own in-game journal and even set-up your own routines and sets of exercises.

There's also a new six-week challenge, which your trainer can help customise and monitor for you, complete with a calorie and weight tracker and intermediate goals. If you're serious about losing weight and keeping fit then the extra workouts and features means that EA Sports Active is once again the best option on the Wii.

Key Features
  • Fit for purpose: Make use of 35 new exercises in the biggest collection of keep fit workouts and routines ever seen in a Wii game.
  • New routine: New exercises focus on your upper and lower body, as well as cardio and new warm up and cool down drills.
  • Keep fit equipment: Use not only the remote and nunchuck, but also the Balance Board and EA Sports Active leg strap and resistance band to get the most out of your routines.
  • Virtual trainer: New user interface makes instructions clearer and easier to understand, with constant feedback on your exercise techniques and progress.
  • Goal in: Set your own fitness goals and track them with the new six week full body challenge and get regular updates on your calorie and weight targets.
About the Developer: EA Canada
EA's largest development studio is responsible for some of the biggest brands for EA Sports, including the FIFA series, NBA Live, NHL and SSX. They have also just taken over the Fight Night franchise. Their offices employ over a thousand staff, with three separate production studios.

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1 x EA Sports Active: More Workouts Game Disc

NB: No resistance bands or equipment are included in this product.


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It is what is says - more workouts. It doesn't incorporate the old exercises from the original (unlike Wii Fit Plus), but there is enough to keep one suitably busy. When you start it up for the first time you can import your stats from the original, and you can also use the Wii Fit balance board (if you have one) to weigh yourself. More Workouts seemed more fun as well, with a good mixture of exercises and stretches. I use both Wii fit Plus and EA Sports, and would recommend either for anyone not inclined to go to the gym, but want a home exercise routine. Beware though, this title does not include the band and leg holster you require for the exercises, so you will either need the original or the add on pack.
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This is a fabulous fitness game. I have been using this since Christmas on our new wii having done no real exercise since having had children 3 years ago. I started on the medium intensity 6 week workout which is great. You can choose how many sessions you do a week ( I do 4) and medium intensity lasts about 25 minutes per session which is just right for me after busy days at work and looking after children. The exercises change every day and gradually new ones are introduced which keeps it interesting. Each session focuses on different areas of the body i.e cardio/lower/upper body. I love the cardio sessions which are based around an obstacle course/competing against your trainer in running races/skipping and stride jumps. After only 4 weeks I am much fitter and starting to get more toned which was my overall aim. For me this is much more motivating than going to a gym and lovely to watch as it is all set against a tropical island backdrop. I would totally recommend this to anyone who is thinking of starting a new exercise regimne, or someone who just wants to supplement their existing regime with new and fun exercises. 10/10!
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I had the original sports active which i thought was quite fun and i got this add on thinking it sounded good. Ive had it for about 3 weeks and im using it all the time ive done a workout every day this week, the games are so much better on this, the step arobics are far superior to the wii fit version and the boxing is absolutely brilliant.
Ive been having so much fun with it ive even been doing push ups and stomach crunches which ive always avoided!
the only way it could be better is if there was a way you could use these workouts and the ones from the previous version so you could have it all in one.
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Although I like the original Sports Active - I was getting a tiny bit bored with it. More Workouts has solved that problem. It now has stepper exercises that can be incorporated into your 6 weekly challenge (it had a 30 day challenge in the original) or you can pick a 10 min, 20 minute or 30 minute stepper exercise - I always feel exhausted after I have done 30 minutes of these. Squash games have also been added - you can select to use the remote in either your right or left hand. You have to cross lunge or right lunge - depending on which hand you have selected - gets quite tiring. There are also workouts that will take you around the island - during these workouts you could be running against about 5 or 6 other avatars on the screen (1 at a time) - this is called outrun - or it could be a race against all of the other avatars. Another exercise could be jogging on the spot with your trainer (you see your avatar and the trainer's onscreen), then you have to either fast or slow kickback (kick your bottom) to a section then you could do slow high knees to the following section - like an obstacle course. In another obstacle course, you could do stride jumps, skipping, lunging forwards and sidewards, jumping from side to side - waterskiing - the screen turns into waterskiing course with flags on the left and on the right of the screen. You have to squat and then lean to the left or right - depending on where it tells you onscreen (it will flash up). Then when you have reached the flag you have to stand up so it looks as if you have touched the flag - there are also ramps and you have to squat down again and then jump. There is also an exercise where you surf - you have to lunge left and right and use your remote like a paddle then you have to squat to ride the wave.Read more ›
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I bought this to enhance my current workouts using the free jogging on Wii Fit Plus - Game Only (Wii) for 30mins Monday, Wednesday & Friday and boxing on My Fitness Coach: Cardio Workout (Wii) for 18 mins Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday. Although using these software packages has left me (a 48 year old man) with a 28" waistline & 40" chest the repetative nature of the excercises does get a little tedious so the varied nature of the routines on EA More Workouts looked very appealing.

However after 2 weeks of substituting these new exercises for the free jogging ones has caused a major problem - I'm gaining weight and it's not muscle! My waistline is now 31" & chest 39". Not good.

It's easy to understand why: I use a heart rate monitor when excercising which averages out my heart beats & estimates the calories burned. With the Wii and My Fitness Coach my heart rate is in the 130's per minute range & calories around the 180 per 30 mins, but with the EA More Workouts set at it's hardest setting my heart rate never got above 81 and the calories burned 62 per 30 mins, which contrasts with the software saying I had burned 192. And so I'm losing muscle mass & gaining fat around my tum. If you are reasonably fit already this software is not for you.

That said it's affordable, well presented & the variety means you will not easily become bored which helps with motivation. I think it would work brilliantly if you have not excercised for a while and are looking to improve your health hence the 3 star rating. But for me it's back to free jogging, elevated heartrate & sweat.
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