Technology has changed the way we get fit, and how we play. EA Sports Active 2 is a perfect example of that. Whether used as a way to spend time with family, or as a way to lose weight and stay in shape, EA Sports Active 2 is a great addition to any household. The multi-platform fitness video game works with Wii, Playstation 3, XBox 360 and now Kinect, and comes with a heart rate monitor so you can optimize your workouts. The motion tracking data can be viewed via an online hub so you can record measurable results from the more than 70 exercises and activities to help you continue working toward your goal.
If you're ready to take your fitness in to your own hands, then bring EA Sports Active 2 in to your home. It's more affordable than a gym membership and can yield results that are just as remarkable. For instance, Chris Deacon weighed 400 pounds, and using EA Sports Active he lost 125 and recently ran his first 5K; that's one of many impressive success stories shared on the EA Sports Active site.
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