yourself!fitness anyone?

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haun107

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Posted: 17 Jan 2008, 21:31
My husband just bought me the Playstation 2 game Yourself!fitness, and I LOVE IT! it's the greatest! You fill in your personal information (height, weight, goals) and it customizes a program for you. You can tell it how long and how many times a week you can work out and it gradually increases intensity. Has anyone else used this? I did 15 minutes of "weight loss" and 30 minutes of flexibility today.
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jennie
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Posted: 17 Jan 2008, 21:35
How much does it cost? Sounds like something I may like!
haun107

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Posted: 17 Jan 2008, 21:36
I think it was $35 or $40. He didn't say, and he would have if it was horribly expensive. I think he got it through Amazon.
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Posted: 17 Jan 2008, 21:47
I was just looking on ebay and they were about that or $50 and there weren't as many PS2 ones as there were for xbox. I did find one that was $.99, so I may buy it!
haun107

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Posted: 17 Jan 2008, 21:52
WoW.. if you get one for 99 cents, that's great! I absolutely loved what I saw today while I was playing it. She (your "own" personal trainer) stops every once in a while and asks how you're doing. If you're breezing along, she steps it up. If you can't keep up, she slows down. And there's a meditation garden program for yoga.
I haven't gotten all that far into it, but I can really see myself using it and not getting bored with it.
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jennie
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Posted: 17 Jan 2008, 22:00
That sounds pretty fun. I've got it on my watch list, so hopefully if it doesn't go up too high (i'm poor right now) I can get it!



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