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- Product InformationGold's Gym Cardio Workout is physical exercise software that makes use of the Wii's motion-sensitive controllers and is compatible with the Wii Balance Board peripheral. Players may partake in a variety of simulated activities designed to get the heart pumping and muscles toned, including sit-ups, skipping rope, jogging through the park, and hitting the heavy bag. The game incorporates training techniques from Gold's Gym International, through a virtual personal trainer that keeps track of each user's schedule, workout history, calories burned, weight change, and other statistics. Initial release editions of Gold's Gym Cardio Workout ship with a coupon for a free seven-day trial membership to Gold's Gym.
- GameGold's Gym Cardio Workout
- PlatformNintendo Wii
- ESRB RatingE - Everyone
- ESRB DescriptorComic Mischief
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
- Number of Players1
- Release Year2009
- Game Special Features<li>Virtual personal trainer keeps track of workout history, calories burned, and more<br/><br/><li>Training techniques from Gold's Gym, the largest network of fitness centers in the world<br/><br/><li>Training modes and exercise difficulty adjust to the user's abilities and fitness level<br/><br/><li>Compatible with the Wii Balance Board<br/><br/>
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- johnsom11Feb 21, 2013by
great workout in the privacy of your home:-) :-)
If you don't want to sweat or have your muscles ache , then buy another fitness game. Of course, like any wii game, you get what you put in. If you are serious about getting in shape, this workout can help. I've done the routine nearly everyday since it arrived, and can feel the difference in my clothes. I also have more energy throughout my long days. The avatars seemed rather simple when I first popped in the game. But that feeling quickly faded when the routine started. It puts you through a good sweat! You can choose to use the fitness board or two remotes. I use the 2remote method as it makes the movements feel more realistic. I purchased a second copy for my adult daughter who had a baby six months ago because she wanted my copy after trying it. Great value!!
- ruatha24Apr 19, 2009by
Good game for the Wii if you want to work out. I've done just the basics and beginning workouts but I've been sweating and enjoying them. I'm glad you can pick the music when you work out and the punch combos gradually increase at an appropiate level for a beginning. You do need two wii remotes I think to use the boxing workouts though. The workouts involving the Wii balance board are pretty good, although the Wii Fit has better, more focused ones. Overall, a great buy for anyone using the Wii as a fitness too and wants to change up their routine a bit with a boxing work out.
- lmjswordsApr 30, 2009by
Gold's Gym Cardio Workout (Wii)
I am constantly searching for new games for my new Nintendo Wii. The more active the game is the better, as I am seeking to lose a bit of weight. Working at a computer all day, and a 1.5 commute, leaves me little time to get to a gym or go to the local walking tracks. While the title for this game is a bit misleading, you may think it is just your basic "workout" program, it leans more into Boxing, or Shape Boxing for the workout. (there is a customer reviewer Video of this "game" on Amazon.com that I find very good, and if you have doubts about liking this game I recommend it.) There are several optional exercises that you will unlock as your boxing training progresses. You can choose exercises that use the Wii balance board, but I like the fact that you can do the main boxing, and "tests" of your boxing skills, as well as some other exercises without the board, as I have not yet invested in that controller. While the choices for your Character are limited, compared to the Wii Mii that you can create, for say the Sports Disc that came with the Wii, its is adequate, as you only see your character from the front when you are choosing outfits, exercises, or changing your stats. The rest of the time you only see a phantom silohoutte of yourself in order to do the boxing and other exercises. As you progress you will accumulate points that you can spend on clothing, boxing gloves, shoes, and for now extras like a panda bear, though it is about 50k points and I haven't accumulated that many yet. This can be a very fast paced game, (and thus the name Cardio portion of this titles' name) as boxing requires rapid movement to hit the targets on time. You will learn how to hold the proper boxing stance, for left and right hands, as well as how to throw the varying punches, jab, cross, upper cuts, and how to duck or dodge oncoming blows. There are varying levels and you can change back and forth from light to heavy workouts, as you want. You can do a planned workout that the training instructor picks, or select your own from an "ala carte" menu. One of the additional exercises, that I have enjoyed the most is one in which you dodge punches that a robot throws at you. The first day I did that one, I found muscles I didn't know existed in my abdomen, and upper thighs! Some of the movements, you may have to "exaggerate" for the system to read properly, like the dodging and weaving, but I believe that adds to the exercise effect of the game, and gives and even better work out than you would normally receive making the same moves without the systems feedback, of reading or not reading the movements. What I also found outstanding about this game is, in most games in which you need to use both your right and left hands, you must use one controller and a nunchunk attachment. In Golds Gym Cardio, you can do this, or you can use 2 controllers, thus having no dangling wires to interfere with your punches, or weaving/dodging. Each day when you complete a workout you get to mark the calender with a punch stamp, letting you know you worked out that day. In the stat menu you can also record your weight at the beginning, and however often you choose to weigh. Along with returning to a properly balanced diet, set up by the hospital dietcian/nurtionist for my needs, and working out for one hour a day for the past week, I lost approximately 6 pounds. All in all I am very pleased at this "game"!! Happy gaming! Read full review
- 1penneybMar 11, 2010by
Wii Gold's Gym Cardio Workout disk
I love the Wii Gold's Gym Cardio Workout - you can take it one baby-step at a time, at your own pace. I had NO previous boxing experience and found this to be not only encouraging, but also invigorating. You can review any of the lessons at ANY time, and you get immediate feedback for any small successes you make. I enjoyed being able to "take control" of not only choosing my trainer, but also the workout schedule and intensity. You earn points and then begin to be able to "unlock" new items and challenges. Great fun! This is the workout for me!
- truckprincess74Jan 15, 2013by
This is great for a basic begininner just doesn't always read your punches.
I really do love this workout. It works you hard and teaches you the basic skills of boxing. With that said, the only issue is the game itself does not always read the remotes movements which is rather disappointing since it goes against your punches/points.
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