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Biggest Loser Ultimate Workout Video Game for Kinect

Now you can get the Biggest Loser workout by playing Kinect for XBox 360. You don’t even have to travel to the ranch! The new fitness game is called The Biggest Loser: Ultimate Workout, and does not require any additional controls. The game features workout with Biggest Loser trainers Bob Harper and Jillian Michaels. If you hate working out at the gym, and would prefer to get fit from the comfort of your home, this game is a great option for you.

Fans of The Biggest Loser can use the game to achieve their weight-loss and fitness goals with features like body analysis, tracking and healthy recipes. You can even keep a video diary of your workout progress, just like contestants on the show. You can further customize your workout to suit your age, weight, physical ability and target areas with over 125 different exercises. Users can even incorporate wights, and resistance bands into their fitness routines.

The game takes full advantage of the Kinect’s ability to seamlessly track the user’s movements, to allow for  real-time feedback. If you’re dedicated to regular use, this game can help you reach your weight loss goals no matter how big or small. If you (or your kids) have an XBox 360 and you’ve been looking for a fun way to workout at home, you should consider the Biggest Loser Ultimate Workout.

Get your Biggest Loser Ultimate Wokout game here.

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November 9th, 2010

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How and when can you use your equipment that you've input? I have input the equipment I have, balance ball and power bands, but it has not yet worked them into the routine. I need to know if they are going to be added to my daily routine, if they are to be used during free play, or if I need to focus on a different body part in order to utilize the equipment? My top focus is core and second is arms, so both items should be used during a routine. Any input is appreciated. Thanks.

posted Jan 17th, 2013 2:55 pm


No idea how to add stability ball. No help online or in book. Menus are hard to operate. Not user friendly at all. Very disappointed.

posted May 10th, 2011 10:59 pm


I have been using this game for 2 weeks now. I enjoy it, but agree it is touchy. I've added the stability ball to my profile, but have yet to encounter a workout that includes it. I like to do the Circut Training. Does anyone know how I can add the stability ball (or any other equipment) to my routines?

posted Mar 17th, 2011 11:17 am

Ann A

I was very excited about this and thought it would be a great thing. It is very sensitive and difficult to set up and control with hand movements. Once it is set up, it seems to not see me even though my image is shown on the speed dial and it is green, not red . Rather than get so frustrated, I have decided not to use it anymore. It is too frustrating to be told that I am not following the trainer or having difficulty with the routine when I am not. I am extremely disappointed.

posted Jan 25th, 2011 6:47 pm


what if you haave a hurt leg

posted Dec 31st, 2010 6:19 pm


Couldnt be easier to use - Great program

posted Dec 30th, 2010 2:27 pm

Bob in the UK

I've just started to use this program, after using some of the alternative Kinect programs, and feel that the Kinect interface for this is very touchy and dificult to control.
Also, trying to set-up the in-program Avatar is a nightmare and incredibly difficult to use. This is not up to the same standards of most other Kinect programs.

posted Nov 15th, 2010 7:09 pm


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