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Get in Step - Track Your Daily Walking Routine!
|Personal Trainer: Walking tracks your progress and makes going for a walk a little more fun. It comes with two pedometers that you can wirelessly connect to your Nintendo DS system (not included) when your return home. The first thing to do is to check out your activity rhythm, or walking habits, and see if the duration, timing and number of steps are all the best they can be. You can set yourself a Step Target, aiming for as many or as few steps as you think you can manage. Then have a look at the Records section, where your performance result is presented in several clear and concise graphs. The Activity Meter will provide helpful comments on whether you achieved your target and will even compare your walking performance to an animal! The game will also set you fun Mini Targets after your results have been checked, perhaps to avoid fatty foods for the day, or maybe just to relax and treat yourself.|
Personal Trainer: Walking for the Nintendo DS Review
By: Aaron Auzins Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 7/28/2009 9:05 AM
|Nintendo’s Personal Trainer series is always looking out for you. It began by helping people with cooking and math and now it’s newest effort is assisting people in putting one foot in front of the other. Personal Trainer: Walking is the company’s newest twist on the exergaming genre, and when put to good use, serves as an excellent tool to supplement one’s activity. Out of the gate, I’ll want to stress Personal Trainer: Walking isn’t a game, per say, but rather an application that assists users in making the most out of their daily walking activity and offering other small sage bits of advice to advocate health and wellness....read the full review|