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Biggest Loser - Wii Standard Edition

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone
4.1 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
  • ASIN: B002BUSVJO
  • Product Dimensions: 19.3 x 13.6 x 1.5 cm
  • Release Date: Oct. 27 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,477 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Platform for display:Nintendo Wii

WII BIGGEST LOSER


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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
It works mostly as promised. The interface isn't terribly sleek, nor is it appropriately responsive to all activities, but it does what it should: provide structured routines to get folks off their couches and coaxes them to do some good activities. It's same venue to start experimenting with some routines to get a taste of what works best for you. The variety is good, and the instructions are easy to follow. The interface detracts some of the possible scoring. I'd recommend it for newbies... I'd assume that pro's would prefer to stay in the gym.
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By PT Cruiser HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on July 2 2012
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
Want a workout like you see on the Biggest Loser show? Bob and Jillian are at the Biggest Loser Ranch just waiting to whip you into shape. I've always been a fan of the show, especially seeing the results. This game is probably the closest you're going to get, in the privacy of your own home, of actually being there. Actually, this is even better because, honestly, would you want to be standing on a scale in those skimpy workout clothes, in front of 50 million viewers, when you have all those little rolls of fat hanging out on your thighs and midsection?

The balance board is optional, but it can be used in 66 or the 88 exercises and I found it to be very responsive and it gives great feedback. So if you have a balance board, definitely use it. The only other exercise equipment you'll need are your wiimote and nunchuk. It's great not having to worry about strapping contraptions onto your thighs or anything like that.

When you first arrive at the ranch you have the choice when you start of starting up a new game or challenge. You can also choose the Quick Play to just get an idea of the routines and to do a workout. You can try the different challenge events, there are 4, each with 2 different versions. You can also try doing just exercises of your choice. If you choose to do a fitness program you'll see the other 8 contestants from previous seasons on the show and although you put in your stats, you'll choose one of the 8 to be your contestant that represents you and that you see doing the exercises along with your trainer. You enter your birth date, weight, height and decide whether you want to do a light, intermediate or intense program. I have only about 14 pounds left to lose and I haven't been very good about anything other than walking, so I chose light.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
Like many, I've got a shelf full of work-out DVDs and most are doing a fine job of gathering dust. My new Biggest Loser game for Wii, however, is getting a work-out of it's own. The game allows players to create an individual fitness plan, tailored to their own needs. The plan is plotted out on a calendar, effectively scheduling work-out days, challenges and weigh -ins, just like the show. Somehow, this makes it easier to maintain good habits and harder to fall of the wagon. The game also features a calorie counter and healthy recipes to allow for a "life makeover" of sorts. Unlike regular work-out tapes, the Wii knows if you are sitting on the couch having a coffee and a donut because you hold the Wii remote in your and or place it in your pocket while you do the exercises. If you have the balance board, the secret is out about your weight as well. If one honestly gives this program a fair shake, it can be really effective in improving your health.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
Out of the more popular exercise "games" for the Wii, considering Wii Fit (Plus) and EA's Active, I'd rate this one the best of the bunch. The biggest draw is probably the fact that there is very little interruption from the exercise routine, unlike others that put a big pause between exercises, or make you select the next one. This makes it very beneficial, from a cardio-vascular point of view. I also like TBL Wii because it gives you the best of both worlds, and throws in some Yoga poses to give balance to your workout. The interface is pretty good too, putting your current exercise, the next one upcoming, time remaining in both the current exercise and the routine overall, all up the screen for you to follow. TBL Wii is geared for weight loss only, though, so no muscle targeting or other strength training options.

TBL Wii is also pretty comprehensive, with general health and exercise components including a calorie counter, as well as healthy recipes from The Biggest Loser Cookbook available to keep you honest at the dinner table. The only place I think this game stumbles is with the "final challenge" sequences, which are repetitive and a bit anti-climatic. But, all in all, if you're looking for incentive and guidance for losing some weight, throw this one into your Wii and start shedding the weight, loser!
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