Hello and welcome to the team...its nice to meet you...I love the games also...I'm going to get DC3 this week...I know it's going to be good....looking forward to getting to know you better
If You're tired or starting over stop giving up
Tema - Matteson IL
"Tenacity is the quality displayed by someone who just won't quit -- who keeps trying until they reach their goal. Anything really worth doing takes persistence, perseverance, and stubborn determination! I AM a Tenacious Jungle Tiger and these are my survival skills!!"
I started off with the wii because it was the only one with the exercise games (other than dance dance revolution). I disliked how the controllers limited your options, but I accepted that it was just the way it work. Then the kinect came out for xbox so I switched over. It may not be perfect either, but was definitely a step (or several) in the right direction.
I have/had several of the xbox workout games (zumba(s), dance central(s), biggest loser, ea active, ufc trainer, and your shape evolved 2012). I prefer the YSE2012. The UFC trainer was also good set up wise, but may be too advanced for me (I felt crippled for a week after trying a "beginner's" workout, and didn't go back). I have been considering going back to YSE2012 or the UFC one for strength training and using my Zumba and Shaun T's Rock Your Body dvds for cardio/fun. That way I can use the xbox (I just like the idea of it) but at the same time, not be so annoyed with having to rearrange the furniture every day (size of workout space in living room).
We have an playstation as well, but we never got the motion set up for it. I am sure that it works great, but I decided to stay with the kinect and avoid having to hold remotes/items.
Greetings! I am new to the group because I LOVE any kind of dance/exercise/movement game on the Kinect. Dance Central is my favorite (I just started 3), but I've tried just about every game out there :) I've found that I can even get a good workout with Fruit Ninja! I'm still hoping that someday they'll bring Walk It Out to the Kinect platform, because I loved it on the Wii.
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