It comes with green resistance bands and motion sensors that you strap to your body that tells it if you’re doing the exercises correctly. Plus a heart sensor.
If you’re using a Wii, it uses the Wii-mote motion sensors. If you play Xbox360, it uses Kinect. On PS3… I have no idea, but it’s on that platform too.
And man does EA Sports Active 2 work!
It’s hard. It hurts. It tests your muscles, your heart, and your endurance.
It makes you do foot fires until your lungs explode.
Which is a wonderful thing for getting in shape.
The only things it’s missing is a bit of the fun factor that Wii Fit has.
But what EA Active Sports 2 does do is gives you custom workouts, it gives you a personal trainer, and it does it all for $14.95 (for the Wii – Xbox360 owners, I’m sorry).
I feel so great after doing my daily workout. It’s hard, I’m sweating profusely, and my legs are burning. It’s hard to find work outs like that in a video game!
Honestly, the Wii and its fitness games are such a great deal right now since the next gen systems have now come out.
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