Building on the success of her first videogame, star fitness trainer Jillian Michaels returns to Wii with a new and improved fast-paced, high-intensity workout in Jillian Michaels' Fitness Ultimatum 2010. Set on a rugged, Pacific jungle island, players will enter a Hell Week-style boot camp filled with many new features and workout modes for 2010, including more accurate motion tracking and a calendar system enabling the user to program routines on a period of up to 6 months. Finally, you'll never train alone with direct feedback and motivation from Jillian for greater results!
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Game design by health and wellness expert Jillian Michaels:
Features Jillian's motion-captured movements
Fitness routines created by Jillian
All-new audio from Jillian
NEW! One-on-one training with Jillian means you'll always train alongside Jillian Michaels! Jillian's 3D avatar will be there through practice sessions, the Island Tour, pre-made and custom routines and more!
NEW! “Resolutions” Mode features a customizable training calendar that allows users to plan their routines for up to six months as Jillian coaches you every step of the way!
NEW! High-intensity workouts for maximum results featuring superset routines!
18 Core Exercises including Cardio and Strength Building Exercises
Cardio Training: Swing Kicks, Obliques, Jumping Jacks, Hip Twists, Water Pump, Running, Bicycle
Strength Training: Push-Ups, Crunches, Pelvic Thrust, Side Planks, Side Lunges, Sledge Swing, Back Kick w/ Shoulder Press, Boat Pose, Lunge Kick
Warm up and cool down exercises
Most exercises enhanced for Balance Board.
NEW! Work out in exotic locations: from rugged beaches to deep jungle to tropical vistas.
More accurate motion tracking for more precise exercise movements.
Multiple difficulty levels always maintain the challenge!
Video and audio from Jillian Michaels, including training and diet tips.
Spanish language support
Jillian Michaels Fitness Ultimatum 2010 is rated
3.3 out of
Rated 2 out of
Okay for beginnersThis is okay. But not nearly enough interaction. Jillian only gives minimal comments and none are really typical to the hard-core Jillian we know and love. She could have done better. The exercise programs you make don't flow, you have to keep stopping between exercises to start the next one. The music is generic and canned. The running exericise doesn't sense if you're trying to run faster or anything, so you're not improving time/distance. Really I'd only recommend this for beginners to exercise.
Date published: 2011-03-09
Rated 3 out of
You constantly have to stop to recalibrateI was constantly interrupting my playtime to have to recalibrate the Wii balance board or the Wii remote. I felt this took away from the aerobic exercise I was supposed to achieve while playing the game which I did not obtain.
Date published: 2011-01-25
Rated 5 out of
great gameit was fun i acully losed weight and gain some musle