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Jillian Michaels Fitness Ultimatum 2009 by Majesco

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Jillian Michaels Fitness Ultimatum 2009 is rated 1.9 out of 5 by 28.
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  • Platform: Nintendo Wii
  • Publisher: Majesco
  • Developer: Majesco
  • Category: Sports
  • Players:1-2 Players

Product Details:

Jillian Michael's Fitness Ultimatum 2009 is the first game of its type to combine a celebrity fitness trainer with the Wii and innovative Wii Balance Board accessory to offer you a fun and entertaining way to get fit. Under Jillian's expert guidance, you can pursue a focused workout that helps you reach your fitness goals through rigorous, branching exercise routines and multiple difficulty levels that will get you in the best shape of your life!

Features

  • As a new recruit at Jillian's boot camp, enroll in her unique training program and be challenged to an ever-changing series of workouts and fitness tests.
  • Choose your workout from four types: Weight Loss, Strength Training, Intervals and Hill Climb. Set the intensity of your exercise routine to suit your pace: Light, Medium or Hard, then dictate workout length: 5, 10, 15, 30, 45 or 60 minutes.
  • Start each workout on the track by running down the Physical Training (PT) course of the training base in a series of judged challenges for up to 3 minutes. Motion-based fitness activities include: running obstacle courses, balance beam, hand car, rowing/paddling, crossing monkey bars, punching bags and much more.
  • Choose your challenge from branching paths to dictate your own activity.
  • Each challenge has 3 levels of difficulty, requiring progressively more motion and a harder workout (warm-up, target zone, cool-down, etc.)
  • Competitive Campfire Mode lets two players race against each other through individual challenges or the entire PT course to see who can burn more calories
  • Customize your character and input personal data to serve as a benchmark for measuring progress via the Statistics screen that includes: calories burned, weight, in game performance and more
  • Unlock lifestyle and fitness video tips from Jillian that provide guidance on: targeted training, maximizing your workout, gym alternatives, traveling workouts, snacking, eating out, food substitutions and cooking

Specifications:

Game Details

Number of Players
1-2 Players
Special Controllers
Wii Balance Board

    Important Information:

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    Rated 1 out of 5 by from HORRIBLE WOULDN'T RECOMMEND THIS TO ANYONE, SAVE YOUR MONEY! THE CONFIGURATION IS LAME, THE WORKOUTS ARE BORING AND WHAT ITS DOING ON THE SCREEN AND WHAT YOU'RE DOING ARE TWO TOTALLY DIFFERENT THINGS!!!
    Date published: 2013-01-25
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from This game stinks not worth $5 This game is aweful. It is the only game for the wii that i have taken back for a trade in. I can burn more calories sitting on the couch eating potato chips. No matter how fast or slow you go in the game, your guy doesn't move any faster. The games won't even keep your attention. Again i stress this game is awful. I would recommend instead ea active or my fitness coach, much better games.
    Date published: 2011-02-06
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Is it just me I bought this game and noticed when i did certain activities like rowing, log jumping or the grenade throwing my character didnt move. At first I thought it was just me not knowing how to use the remotes properly since it was my first time playing this game but I've played this game four days straight and noticed the same thing is happening. The second night I played it I mananged to throw all the grenades then when the activity repeated itself again and i bent down to grab and throw the grenades but the character wouldnt move. I found myself bending down into all types of positions trying to get the character to pick up the grenades but nothing worked. Other than the running, monkey bars, log walking and the game where you're on the railroad tracks works great. I am going to buy the my fitness coach and see how this works out for me (which was my first choice but I listened to the sales rep and bought this one instead).
    Date published: 2009-04-02
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from HORRIBLE! DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY!!! Ok, I read all the reviews for this game and bought it. What a horrible waste of my money. Yes, the graphics aren't good and the sounds leaves a lot to be desired. What my problem with the game is that the activities don't work. I tried them all with both Wiimotes and then again with the Wiimote and nunchuck and no go. I even took the game to a friends house, thinking maybe it was my system or sensor or something. Still, it didn't work. It's way to difficult to work and just not effort. Wii Fit, for now is better. I am waiting for the Gold's Gym game to come out. Please do not buy this game. Even if you are huge Jillian fan, which I am (I have her work out DVD's that are fab!) this isn't worth it. I can't believe she put her name on this.
    Date published: 2009-03-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Workout I bought this about three weeks ago and have found it to be great. The graphigs are not as good as they could have been. How ever the workouts are great. After the first few workouts I was so sore I could barely walk up and down the stairs and squating was almost impossiable. My BFF and I now do this together and we enjoy the challange of competing we have not been able to do this on the hard level yet. The light and medium workouts leave us sweating like we just ran a marathon. I would advise anyone who wants a good aerobic work out to give this game a chance. It is better than the wii fit for aerobics, We still use are wii fit for yoga and the balancing games. The workouts are alot more intense if you use the wii fit board as it moniters how much pressure you use that way it knows when you are walking or running. Give it a try I think you will like it
    Date published: 2009-03-20
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from What a let down from Jillian Michaels I bought this game even after reading reviews about this game freezing and graphics being bad. I said to myself, I'm not buying a game for its graphics especially not this one, and maybe other people just had a bad game that it kept freezing. So, I bought this game mainly because I wanted to try another fitness game other than the "wii fit" , I tried it out and it does freeze and graphics aren't so great. You end up doing a whole lot of more work than what you get credited for. You run and it shows the character WALKING like another person stated. When the logs part comes, the character moves on its own, you don't even have to do a thing. When it came to the boxing part it never reads anything I've done. When Jillian speaks half the time its so low you cant understand what she's saying to "motivate" you. But I have to admit that it leaves your body in pain, which means you have been working out. I expected this game to be excellent being who she is, she could put more effort into this game. I cant return this game so I'm stuck with it and will continue to use it here and there, but i'll be using my wii fit, which is more fun to use. I put a deposit on the EA game, hopefully that wont be a let down.
    Date published: 2009-03-02
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from If I could have gotten it to work, I would have loved it! I was psyched when I heard that Jillian Michaels had a game. I thought it would be a challenging complement to the Fit. It was a challenge, all right..challenge not to throw it across the room! I think the thought was there in terms of motivation and education, but the execution fell short. The directions to the exercises are sketchy at best and I love when I'm running and it shows me WALKING...I ran into a woman who, I must say, is in better shape, but said the SAME THING happened to her..we were both fortunate enough to be able to return it. I should have read the reviews, but trusted a name...I do, however, get an excellent workout from My Fitness Coach and cannot wait for the new EA game in the spring..STEER CLEAR of this one..the only workout you'll get is one in frustration!
    Date published: 2009-02-19
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wii Fit is so much more challenging!!! I bought Jillian Michaels Fitness the same day I purchased my Wii Fit with Balance board. I played Wii Fit first and couldn't make myself get off of it. I was getting a good workout and having fun. After resting for a few hours I decided to try this game out. The first thing I noticed is how cheap this game looks. I did not buy this game for the graphics or sound/ music aspect, but they are just plain horrible. When you start a workout it allows you to do a warm-up jog/ run. The controls do not match what you are doing and if you watch the screen all you will see is your character running through a wooded path over and over. The challenge games are simply lame. The controls are not well thought out and like mentioned by other reviewers some of them don't make since. For example, the log roll where you have to hold the controls in both hands and spread your arms out to the side. Another important thing to mention is that all of the fitness/ diet tips are locked until you gain enough points from your workout/ challenge games. Wii fit is setup the same way, but it unlocks based on how much time you spend working out and not how many points you accumulate. This game could barely get my wife and I to break a sweat and during one of the games she quit half way through because she was frustrated with the controls and it said that she burned 30 something calories. She didn't do anything remotely strenuous enough to burn that many calories! I would recommend passing on this game and sticking to the Wii Fit.
    Date published: 2009-02-16
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