Top critical review
Not for everyone
Reviewed in the United States on June 28, 2016
This program is not good for people with body image issues. It LOVES to tell you when you are obese or overweight, but it measures by BMI, so if you work on strength training and toning your muscles, you may be losing fat in your cardio/aerobic workouts, but if you're toning and strengthening your muscles at the same time, you won't necessarily lose weight. This program is way too reliant on BMI for healthy weight. I'm 5'3" so the program wants me to be at 124 pounds well let me tell you, I'm 32 and haven't been 124 pounds since I was 25. But I've got wide hips and strong thighs and calves so the program alternates between telling me I'm overweight and obese. If you have issues with that and are seriously trying to lose weight, this is not the program for you. It hounds you about your goals, and if your weight is increased from the last time you measured, it's pretty rude and condescending about that too, and will force you to tell you "why" you think you've gained weight in that time period. It won't let you skip this screen without choosing an option, then it lectures you based on whatever you choose. that part is pretty damn awful.
I use this program mainly for the strength training and the yoga routines. It has excellent exercises to give you a base to go on and work out on your own. Once I get these exercises and poses down, I'll work independently from the Wii to do more reps and hold the poses for longer periods of time.