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EA Sports Active 2

Released on 19 November 2010

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (9 customer reviews) | Write a review

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  • Built-in Heart Rate Monitor - Track your heart rate on screen in real-time with the innovative EA Sports Active heart rate monitor to capture intensity and optimize performance over time. The heart rate monitor sits comfortably on your left forearm and does not require a chest-strap.

    Wireless Motion Tracking - The EA Sports Active 2 Total Body Tracking wireless system uses motion sensors in leg and arm straps along with the Wii remote to register movement and provide complete freedom of motion.

    Take Your Workout Online - Track your progress on the web via the EA Sports Active online global community. EA Sports Active 2 tracks your fitness data online via automatic uploads to your online profile and allows you to share your data and connect with other users through workout groups - all while reaching your own personal fitness goals.

    70+ Exercises and Activities - Create unlimited customizable workouts with over 70 exercises and activities to choose from, including foundational exercises like squats, lunges, and bicep curls and fun fitness activities such as mountain boarding, basketball, and boxing.

    Enroll in the 9-Week Program - Designed by certified personal trainers, the EA Sports Active 2 9-week program provides total body conditioning using progressive exercise. It provides a fitness roadmap to help keep users motivated and on track of their fitness goals. Additional mini-programs will also be available to add on, keeping workouts fresh and inspiring.

    Built-in Personal Trainer - Your personal trainer will be there by your side every step of the way to guide you, motivate you, and create the most effective custom workouts based on your needs.

    Wii Balance Board Compatible - Add new challenges to your routines with the Wii Balance Board (Balance Board not included).

    EA Sports Active 2

customer Reviews

 Average rating (9 reviews)

 NOT PERFECT

| | See all Katrina's reviews (30)

I got this for Christmas so I have had a while to test it out and do a review. I will start with the good points. I have used the Wii Fit for over a year, and got great results from it (weight loss), however EA Sports Active 2 is completely different and I can imagine it being either equally or more beneficial than the Wii Fit over a period of time. I find it a lot more challenging and it is more of a cardio workout than the Wii Fit. I certainly wouldn't describe it as fun like the Wii Fit, it is a lot more serious, and are the sort of exercises you would do if you had a personal trainer. Your EA Sports Active 2 personal trainer will certainly try and push you to your limits, and it really gets your heart pumping. I started off with the medium level, however I was a bit shocked to find it was too much for me so have had to reduce the level to Easy (I didn't realise I was that unfit!) For some the breaks in between the exercises whilst it loads are a pain, but for me they are a pleasure! It allows me time for my heart rate to go down if I am out of breath and have a drink of water.

The bad points:-
1. It says it is Wii Balance Board compatable. I'll be honest by saying you are best not using the Balance Board at all. Why? You have to have the Wii Balance Board switched on all the time (even if the exercise doesn't require the balance board). This proves very annoying as it will interrupt your workout if the Wii Balance Board switches off to tell you to switch it back on again, even if you are not using it! It was also really annoying because my batteries in the Wii Balance Board kept going as I had to have it switched on the whole time of the workout.

2. I love having a heart rate monitor, however I don't find it 100% accurate all the time. For instance I might be really out of breath and feel my heart pumping and it still says my heart rate is low, when it quite obviously isn't. It takes a few minutes after that before it shows a more accurate heart rate figure.

3. Not all the exercises work properly and I have had to skip a couple of them so far. So far I have had to skip the Squats with the rubber resistant band. I have hardly moved and it says I am squatting too low. It drove me up the wall, so I ended up having to skip the exercise. Also the Alternating Reverse Lunges are dodgy also. It doesn't sense you are putting your leg back, and eventually when it did sense it and then I stood straight, it didn't sense that (I was still in the reverse lunge position). So once again, I ended up having to skip it.

4. The music I find annoying. It should have given you a choice of music (or no music at all) to do your workout to, but instead its got this awful music that you have to listen to.

So all in all, it does the job of providing a great overall workout, but there are many annoying things about it that have not been ironed out, unlike the Wii Fit which has no problems with it at all.

 Quality!!!!!!

| | See all dan119's reviews (1)

Absolutely quality!!! The workouts really push you and you won't get bored with the variety of exercises available. If you are like me and need to get fit again and need motivation then this is what you need.

 BUY it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

| | See all Chelseafc10's reviews (1)

Absolutely amazin, love the workouts and its amazin how you can track your progress and log it aswell online :) i give this an A*************

 Excellent programme, dodgy hardware

| | See all wannabefit's reviews (1)

I have had this for 4 months and used it a lot-with great results.
Not at all impressed at the hardware-the leg monitor doesn't register any more and I can't use the whole system because of it. EA only have a 3 month warranty on this -their customer service is nonexistent, it is impossible to talk to a real human being and I am really underwhelmed by the whole experience. In all, if I were to buy a new set, it would be almost the same price as a gym membership-so where's the value in that? For that reason only given it 1 star- sort yourselves out EA and you would have a much more loyal fan base!

 Ideal for recovering couch potato's - money well spent

| | See all Euxtonmills's reviews (4)

If like me your a recovering couch potato this is really good. I did the first beginners session and couldn't believe how stiff I was the next day....it is also sensibly paced with rest days. Our Wii has never been connected to the internet and never switched on for a year and electronic bands for heart monitoring and motion worked first time. If like me you'd never been seen dead in a gym this could well be for you.

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Rating3+ (PEGI)