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UFC Personal Trainer for Xbox 360 Kinect, Playstation Move and Wii

Who said you’ve got to pound the pavements running or head to the gym every day to lose weight for summer? Tech and game lovers can lose weight, get fit and still have fun with the launch of a new game for Xbox 360 Kinect, PlayStation Move and Wii.

As the orange faced populace of ‘reality’ TV show The Only Way is Essex have highlighted in their own unique way through use of the phrase ‘no carbs, till Marbs’, (translation: no carbohydrates until Marbella), with summer fast approaching and the nation’s attention turning towards holidays in the sun, everyone is suddenly aware that they will have to show off more flesh in the coming months.

Diets and getting fit for summer are therefore top of many people’s agenda. And new game UFC Personal Trainer takes gamers through their paces as if they were training to become an Ultimate Fighter – but thankfully, without having to take the physical knocks.

The game lets users set personal goals and achieve real results with an unparalleled mixed martial arts (MMA) fitness program designed by the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and leading MMA training experts.

UFC Personal Trainer: Features

Just some of the game’s impressive features include over 70 MMA and NASM approved exercises taken from disciplines such as wrestling, kickboxing and Muay Thai that have been specially designed to improve fitness, endurance and conditioning.

You can also customise your workout and create routines that cover up to 12 different exercises at a time.

There are also a number of personalised training tools to choose from so you can monitor your progress as you get in shape via an in-game journal that enables players to view a comprehensive calendar of your fitness activities, including specific routines, time management and more.