Until Wii Fit burst onto the scene in 2007, combining the words "fitness" and "game" would have got you laughed at. In this day and age we're considerably more enlightened, but most fitness titles are more like interactive videos than actual games, but not so Jillian Michaels' Fitness Adventure, Kinect's only...
About The Game
Get ready to use your entire body this time as players join Jillian on an interactive adventure, with Jillian Michaels' Fitness Adventure.
The latest iteration of the Jillian Michaels franchise, takes your fitness routine beyond a basic workout and turns it into a real adventure through a thrill-seeking journey set in a lush jungle temple environment. The high-energy and fully customizable motion-based experience offers results-oriented personal training that you can expect from teaming up with Jillian to achieve your fitness goals.
Jillian Michaels' Fitness Adventure features include:
Multiple Exercise Modes: Fitness Adventure Mode — featuring a free-style mix of proactive and reactive running, jumping and climbing set in an exciting jungle temple environment;
10 exercise circuits hand-selected by Jillian herself available in three difficulty modes, giving youcomplete freedom to customize your session; and Individual Fitness Training offering exercises of varying difficulty allowing you to work out at your own pace
Use Your Own Equipment:
Jillian Michaels' Fitness Adventure has training programs that can easily integrate various types of fitness gear you may already have at home. Or you can use the game's complete regimen of training exercises that use your own body weight to get you back into shape... the choice is yours.
Check out your own and your friends' performance in the online leader boards. Keep up the great work because Jillian will be monitoring the boards.
The game provides statistics to track your progress, including a calendar that shows you what days you have worked out from themoment you started playing the game to present day. It also displays the breakdown of calories burned, number of exercises/circuits completed, and time spent exercising. These can be viewed on a daily, weekly, monthly and even yearly basis.