NEWS - Monday, July 26, 2004

Yourself!Fitness Coming To Xbox

The life of a gamer is tough. To succeed requires long periods of sedentary activity involving minimal physical exertion: i.e., sitting on your butt. While this grueling regimen can be enhanced with high-calorie, highly caffeinated citrus beverages and vaguely cheese-flavored corn chips, the physical cost is significant. Thank goodness, then, for developer responDESIGN, who are bringing us Yourself!Fitness. While Yourself!Fitness is intended as a virtual personal fitness trainer for women, the truth is, many gamers could stand to benefit from a little calorie burning. If you end up sneakily ordering this one for your PC or Xbox when it appears this fall, we won’t judge you. In fact, we might feel a little fatter ourselves. Here’s the official list of features: -Personalized Training Programs: Maya, the Yourself!Fitness personal trainer, will create a customized health and fitness program based on the unique needs and goals of the user. -Dynamic fitness routines: To assure that no two workouts will ever be the same, each day Maya builds a personalized routine based on the users progress and commitment level. -Over 400 unique exercises: Maya coaches users through training sessions featuring Yoga, Pilates, Cardio Fitness, Strength Training, Flexibility Exercises and Targeted Weight Loss routines. -Six unique workout environments: Users are able to keep their workouts from getting stale by traveling to the Empress’ Dojo, the Alpine Retreat, an Island Paradise, the Urban Oasis, the Desert Springs Resort or by completing a yoga routine in the Meditation Garden. -Customized meal planning: As part of the Yourself!Fitness program, Maya offers nutritional advice with over 1,000 recipes, preparation instructions and shopping lists to make eating right an easy part of any lifestyle. -Equipment Integration: Maya will integrate the fitness equipment you already own into your workout experience including: heart Rate Monitor for target zone, performance training, step-bench for high intensity lower body workouts, stability ball to strengthen core muscles, hand weights for upper body toning, and yoga mat for flexibility sessions. -Music Choice: Users can choose from over 70 contemporary tracks across multiple music styles including Hip-Hop, 80’s, Dance and Latin. -Training Tips: Throughout your daily routine Maya will teaches hundreds of important health and fitness facts that will help you lead a healthier, more active life. Look for Yourself!Fitness to hit the PC and Xbox early in October.


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