My Fitness Coach 2: Exercise and Nutrition – Nintendo Wii

Customized fitness and nutrition game in one: personalized workout with over 80 exercises per trainer and 130 healthy recipes based on your goals and needs. Pick from different trainers, environments, challenges and goals and your personal trainer will coach you to get in shape and lose weight.

Key Features:

  • Motivational workout partners: Choose between 4 personal trainers (2 men and 2 women) who are based on real fitness coaches vs. in-game characters.
  • Customized workout regimen: Over 80 exercises per trainer with primary and secondary goals for both men and women: 25 for each, such as weight loss, get fit for holidays, lower cholesterol, new year/new start, six packs for summer.
  • Personalized healthy meals: Over 130 recipes built around your specific needs (ingredient likes and dislikes) that will fit within your workout plan. Weekly menu and shopping list included.
  • Charting progress: See your success tracked and displayed graphically over time.
  • Variety of settings: Choose between four different workout environments (beach, gym, forest and mountain) & variety of challenges (dance, army, boxing, cardio, football).

Product Features

  • Personal virtual trainer demonstrates moves, gives advice, and provides motivation
  • Access almost 80 exercises for losing weight, lowering your cholesterol, and getting ready for swimsuit season
  • Personalized goals let you chose length and frequency of program on a calendar
  • Customize your environment and pick your favorite type of workout music
  • Personalized healthy meals: Over 130 recipes built around your specific needs that will fit within your workout plan. Weekly menu and shopping list included.

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2 comments for “My Fitness Coach 2: Exercise and Nutrition – Nintendo Wii

  1. Glass of Water
    December 8, 2013 at 2:54 AM

    Two is not better than One If you liked the original stay as far away from this one as possible. The developers removed all the positive aspects of the original My Fitness Coach and replaced it with flashier graphics and less quality workouts.Aspects of My Fitness Coach 1 not included in My Fitness Coach 2: the ability to use external equipment (stability ball, step, weights), vigorous workouts with little downtime and interruption, the ability to work out without holding the wiimote.None of these qualities that I loved about the original are part of the new version. The new version boasts nutrition guides, but these are nothing you couldn’t find online. The addition of the nutrition section does not justify all the qualities this game is lacking. The new trainers are obnoxious and look horribly low quality, even on our HDTV.Had the developers been able to retain the things I loved about the original and just added the fitness tracking and nutrition, it would have been a wonderful health and fitness center. Now it will just be getting sold back to Gamestop. We’re keeping our original version. Waste of money.

  2. R. Warren
    December 8, 2013 at 3:23 AM

    Disappointing But Still OK I was expecting so much more so I was definitely disappointed. It is not a disaster like Jillian Michaels Fitness Ultimatum 2009 but there are many better titles out there such as Wii Fit Plus, both EA Actives, Gold’s Gym Cardio Workout and the original My Fitness Coach. I’ll hang on to it and use it occasionally for variety.I want to make it clear that the only similarities between the original MFC and MFC2 are the title and the general look of the case it comes in. Other than that, MFC2 is a completely different piece of software.Negative points:1. More flash than substance. The menus are pretty but slow to navigate.2. You tell it your goals and fitness level. It picks your workouts. It doesn’t tell you an approximate length. You can see the activities but they “flip” at you 2 at a time. Someone must have thought it was a cute way to show them but it is not very practical. There’s no way to pause the display or change the pace.3. There’s no flow to the activities. You do an activity and then it rates your performance. Again, flash over substance, as it counts up to your rating rather than just displaying it. I entered myself as “fit” so that I would be challenged but the activities are not very challenging.4. The rating seems to be mostly based upon your timing rather than the quality of your moves. It does measure effort. There is a timing bar that you are supposed to watch which is quite distracting. Instead you just try to follow the instructor. The measurements are weak. It measures Jogging and similar exercises by the remote in your right hand. You can sit on your couch and wave the remote up and down. For boxing moves you also just have the one remote but it claims to measure both hands. EA Active rates the full movement and gives leeway on the timing. That makes more sense to me.5. There is a nutrition section and a lifestyle section. Are you really referencing the Wii for nutrition and lifestyle suggestions?? I doubt it. Use a PC or a book instead.6. Instructions on EA Active and the original My Fitness Coach are better than the ones here. These are mostly just watching a video without any useful audio.7. There’s no way to customize your workouts other than changing your goals but there’s no telling what you’ll get.8. There are 5 challenges. I did the Boxing challenge. It was more of a workout than the regular workouts but it is the same each time. It was a challenge to stay focused when it had me repeat the same 8 boxing moves for 48 reps.Positive points:1. It works. It picked up my movements.2. It uses the balance board. I know that many of you care about that. I don’t. The balance board is small and often restricts movement. For example, on a squat you would usually spread your legs apart but if you are doing them on a balance board you have to keep them mostly together.Wouldn’t it have been nice if they had just improved upon the original, maybe by having a pure step routine that could be done for 30 minutes?

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