Thanks everybody for your input, both here and by sparkmail. I am working on a few ideas that I hope to try out over the next few weeks. Meantime, please do keep the feedback coming, and feel free to join in the Exerbeat Bingo and the Exerbeat Hangman games. I will be away next weekend (8-11 Feb inclusive), but plan to start a new game of something completely different when I get back that may involve teams and/or lottery numbers, if I can ever get the idea straight in my head. LOL
I haven't done too much Exerbeat lately since I got Gold's Gym Cardio Workout for Christmas, although I did do 52 minutes yesterday on the longest Boxercise program. So here goes my answers (for whatever they are worth...):
Do you ever use the longer length routines? YES!
What is the longest length routine you like (in minutes)? - the 52 minute Boxercise routine.
Do you prefer the shorter routines the most? Not really - it's hard to keep up the continuity with all the positive things they have to say...I try to keep moving but sometimes I just sit there and try to flip through the Around the World segments as fast as I can.
Are you somewhere in between? NO, I like the longer routines (at least 25 minutes or more!)
What are your favorite three sections of the game? Boxing, Boxing, and Boxing!
Are there any sections you avoid because you don't like them - I haven't done much Pilates and on the Daily Challenges,, when it involves swimming or wall smasher, I usually skip them. I try to do most everything else it throws my way...
Are there any sections you avoid because of health issues? I tend to avoid Pilates because I am not strong enough nor flexible enough but that's why I should be dong them more not less often.
I think that's all the questions -- I couldn't figure out how to copy and paste this so I typed all the questions...I think I got them all...
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