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EA Sports Active: More Workouts

Released on 20 November 2009

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

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People around the world have experienced the revolution in interactive fitness with EA Sports Active. Developed in collaboration with fitness experts, EA Sports Active has proven to be the preferred fitness program for Wii owners, providing an effective, inexpensive way to burn calories, get fit and have fun from the comfort of home.

EA Sports Active now introduces More Workouts* to provide new challenge and variety. It features over 35 new exercises to create unlimited combinations of customisable exercise routines that target the upper and lower body, as well as cardio.

New to the EA Sports Active franchise will be an emphasis on abdominal exercises including curl ups, crunch and punches, as well as a warm up/cool down feature. An all-new presentation will bring users to the tropics and will immerse them in warm weather activities like waterskiing and paddle surfing. The product will also feature the Six-Week Challenge - another step in the journey towards better health and fitness with new daily workouts that ramp up in intensity each week.

EA Sports Active: More Workouts gives users the benefit of a personal trainer in a box and will help them to stay on track to reach their fitness goals. Get inspired, get motivated and get active!

Benefit of a Personal Trainer in a Box: Similar to a personal trainer, the program provides clear instruction, feedback on technique and encouragement, while also providing calories burned in real-time.

Six-Week Challenge: This personalised full body challenge will give users a new customisable weekly schedule and a weekly check-in with the virtual trainer to track calorie, weight and workout goals.

    Full Body Circuit Workout Routines: The specially designed leg strap holds the Nunchuk and the Wii Remote is held in hand to track upper and lower body movements. A resistance band increases the intensity of exercises such as bicep curls.

      Warm Up and Cool Down: Eight all-new warm up and cool down exercises that stretch muscles before and after workouts to help prevent aches and injury.

        Abdominal Exercises: All-new detectable abdominal exercises help tone abs and strengthen the mid-section of the body.

          Personal Trainer to More Workouts: Profiles and results achieved in Personal Trainer can be transferred to More Workouts.

            Track Your Journey: To encourage overall wellness, there is a journal that allows user to set goals and track progress - accounting for activities both in and outside of software - while also providing all-new nutrition and fitness tips.

              Workout Your Way: For optimal personalisation, circuits can be customised based on interests and fitness level and there is complete flexibility for the duration and intensity level.

              customer Reviews

               Average rating (10 reviews)

               A very welcome addition

              | | See all Ivo1977's reviews (2)

              The first EA Sports Active was a great improvement over Nintendo's Wii Fit. Wii Fit used a lot of games and fairly childish exercises, which weren't much of a challenge to adult users and/or people who are in reasonable to good shape.
              The first EA Active took its workouts more seriously and less playfull. This of course, is good if you want to exercise, burn calories, improve your condition and maybe lose some weight in the process, but the problem with the first EA active is that it might be TOO serious. The workouts tend to become boring.
              Enter... Active More Workouts. I like this sequel mainly because of the extra variance, both in workouts and in scenery. I know, don't expect too much from Wii's graphics, but still it's more fun to run along the beaches of a tropical island instead of a boring round track.
              Besides the extra workouts, this new edition of Active has, in my opinion, improved the response to movements of the remote/nunchuck, so it follows and measures your activities more reliable.
              The Wii Balance Board is not necessarily required, but if you have one, it's nice to know that Active More Workouts makes better use of it than the first edition did.

              Active More Workouts isn't just an addition, it's a complete software package, meaning you don't have to use the first edition in order to get a complete workout. Just pop in this one disc in your Wii, and you're ready to get all the pre-programmed workout programs or create your own sessions out of the great variety of exercises. The program still counts your training time and estimated burned calories.

              A couple of downsides, that were already an issue in the first edition:

              1. Response to movement of remote/nunchuck -although improved- still isn't perfect.

              2. Active More Workouts comes without the necessary leg strap, which forces people to buy the first edition as well, if they don't already own it. This is a major fail in my opinion!

              3. I have to get this off my chest... what was EA thinking when they put the resistance band into the first Active package? It's a worthless piece of rubber that doesn't offer any resistance, unless you're under the age of 5. Go out to your local sporting goods store and spend 10-20 bucks on a couple of real resistance bands. That way, you can profit much better from this software.

               Really Good!

              | | See all AlisDen's reviews (1)

              I've only just got this game, after getting a little bit bored with the first one. Much more interactive than the first one - you don't even realise that you're doing lunges and squat jumps because they're incorporated into fun drills! I'm addicted to EA Active, lost a stone already and this new game will keep me on it!


              | | See all LynneHJ's reviews (1)

              This is the best Wii fitness aid that I have bought - and I have bought the lot! This is much better than the original Wii Sports Active. I especially enjoy the step section. Buy it!

               So much fun!

              | | See all martiangirl1985's reviews (2)

              I bought this game after using EA Active for 6 months and just fancied something new. For less than a tenner it's an amazing add on to the original game. There's been a lot of improvements since the first one: warm ups and cool downs, and my personal favourite you can now work on your stomach, and not just arms and legs. It's set on a tropical island and the excercises link with the theme . I totally work up a sweat with this game and I would recommend it to anyone who is serious about getting fit. It's 100 times more satisfying than Wii Fit Plus in my opinion.

               The best gets better!

              | | See all Wiiweewii's reviews (8)

              This is an improvement on the original, which IMHO was the best one out there! The assult course is fun and challenging. The balance board is also more widely used.
              This is a must on anyone looking for a fitnes game on the Wii.

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              Rating3+ (PEGI)
              Minimum Requirements*Leg Strap and Resistance Band not included but required for use