Resolution: Get Fit At Home

January 6, 2011    |    By +
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We’re still in very much in 2011 resolution mode, so here’s a really great product to keep you on track with all your fitness goals. EA Sports Active 2 has given us all the tools and motivation we need to stay fit this year and beyond.

Less than a year and a half ago, EA Sports Active was released as a ground breaking, interactive fitness workout program for the Wii game console. EASA was released to great reviews but more importantly, impressive results from its users. With EA Sports Active 2, we now have an improved interactive workout, as well as, the compatibility now on Sony PS3, XBOX with Kinect as well as Wii.

There are two major obstacles for maintaining a fitness routine. One is finding the time to work out and the other is finding a way to stay motivated. EA Sports Active 2 is an amazing tool to get you past both of these road blocks. Firstly, EASA2 works on your game console; if you’re home and you can work out. In fact, you can get in a great EASA2 workout in the time it would take you to get to the gym and back. The excuse of lack to time to work out is now gone.

As for the ability to keep you from burning out on a fitness routine, EASA2 inherently motivates with both online feedback and custom interactive workouts. The ability to chart you workouts via the EASP2 website allows you to see your progress as well as tap into a fitness community to find, encourage and even challenge others with similar goals. Another cool enhancement with EASA2 is the inclusion of a heart rate monitor. Getting fit in one of of EASA2’s 70+ workouts within a target heart rate zone is a great way to stay engaged and motivated. No wonder so many are making EASA2 their workout partner.

Oh yeah, one more big-time benefit. EASA2 runs less than $100.  You will not find a gym (or workout equipment) at that price or value anywhere.

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