Wii game with Jillian as the trainer???

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Owndisaster

Joined: Dec 08
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Posted: 22 Dec 2008, 13:59
Does anyone have that Wii fit game Jillian Michaels workout...or whatever its called??

I want to hear what ppl who have it think about it. I see some reviews complaining about the synching, but does it work you out well?

I was thinking bout getting it
chradsimad

Joined: Dec 08
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Posted: 29 Dec 2008, 14:56
I just got this for Christmas and I haven't formulated an opinion yet but it is very hard to find a good review. I played it last night for about 20 minutes and the constant walking motion is good, but I had some issues w/ reaction on the boxing/kicking and couldn't figure out the "cannon" game, it seemed to not pick up my movements, but my wii board may be too close to the TV so I'm going to try moving it around a bit tonight...but with the same wii board location I don't have the same problems w/ wii sports boxing or the boxing on wii fit.....

But still haven't given this game enough of a chance to give it a bad review.
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