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EA Sports Active 2 is a new suite of digital fitness programs available on multiple gaming consoles focusing on improving muscular strength, endurance and flexibility, while providing an intense cardio workout. Featuring the Total Body Tracking wireless control system that combines a heart rate monitor and motion tracking technology, EA Sports Active 2 provides an effective workout that delivers accurate, measurable results. Additionally, users will now be able to track and share their workout stats, including heart rate, on the new EA Sports Active 2 online hub.

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EA Sports Active 2 is a new suite of digital fitness programs available on multiple gaming consoles focusing on improving muscular strength, endurance and flexibility, while providing an intense cardio workout. Featuring the Total Body Tracking wireless control system that combines a heart rate monitor and motion tracking technology, EA Sports Active 2 provides an effective workout that delivers accurate, measurable results. Additionally, users will now be able to track and share their workout stats, including heart rate, on the new EA Sports Active 2 online hub.

  • Built-in Heart Rate Monitor - Track your heart rate on screen in real-time with the innovative EA Sports Active heart rate monitor to capture intensity and optimize performance over time.
  • 70+ Exercises and Activities - Create unlimited customizable workouts with over 70 exercises and activities to choose from.
  • Built-in Personal Trainer -Your personal trainer will be there by your side every step of the way to guide you, motivate you, and create the most effective custom workouts based on your needs.
  • ESRB Rating: EVERYONE

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Is Downloadable Content Available: Y
Genre: Kids & Family
Primary Shelf ID: 1040579
Model: 19009
Brand: Electronic Arts
Required Peripherals: Wii Remote ,  Vitality Sensor
Video Game Platform: Nintendo Wii
Compatible Devices: Game console
Manufacturer Part Number: 19009
Subgenre: Fitness Training
Publisher: EA Sports
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 9.50 x 7.63 x 2.50 IN
Release Date: 11/05/2010
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Best Workout Game!
11/18/2010

Customer review by WebBuyer2009

5.0 stars 11/18/2010 by WebBuyer2009
by WebBuyer2009

I've only had the game for a couple of days but I spent quite a bit of time playing with it and I also have the Active 1 game. I am a little disappointed that of the 3 versions of this game (Wii, PS3, and XBOX) the Wii version is the only one that isn't completely hands free because there are times you must hold on to the Wii remote. In fact when I saw the packaging with the picture on the box showing the woman doing arm exercises still holding on to the remote I was a little mad because that was one of my biggest gripes with Active 1. However it's not that bad and I'll explain further. Here are the best improvements to the game from Active 1. 1. The leg strap - the Active 1 leg strap is awful and breaks after a short time using it. Plus you are constantly retightening it as it continues to slip down your leg. However with Active 2 all of the straps are an elastic fabric with loop on one side and rubber gel lines on the back to grip. I did a very hard workout last night involving lots of sprinting and I didn't have to adjust the leg strap (or any of the straps) once. They stayed in place and because it isn't lycra covered neoprene I think it will last a long time. 2. Hands Free Exercises - I'm not sure if all the arm exercises are hands free but all the ones I tried were in fact hands free where you do not have to hold the Wii remote. This is fantastic because with Active 1 I couldn't use a resistance band with nice foam grips and the nylon handles that it came with hurt my hands. Now I don't have this problem. Plus now I can use hand weights when I want to. You may be wondering how it registers movement on the arm without a sensor but they changed the arm exercises slightly from Active 1. Now the arm exercises have you move both arms at the same time (both arms do the tricep kickbacks, bicep curls, etc) rather then one arm at a time and the game just assumes you are moving the arm without the sensor. I also love that now you don't have to waste time putting the nunchuck in the leg strap and then taking it out for a different exercise as you do in Active 1. The game moves much better because you don't have to do those things anymore. 3. The Heart Rate Monitor - I like the addition of the heart rate monitor. It is nice to see how hard you are working. Supposedly as you continue to workout it will track how well your hear rate recovers which would be cool to know. I think it probably results in more accurate calorie calculation as well. 4. The game is MORE like a game - Active 1 is nice because it was like having a personal trainer at home. However you will work harder with Active 2 and have more fun. It has a mountainboarding exercise where you have to jump from one leading foot to the other and has points you can get on each side. You also have to squat and jump and then run up hills. In addition it has a Fitness Trail - Sprint Outrun exercise where you have to actually catch up to and outrun 6 runners on the trail. The thing is that when the other runner sees you getting closer they start running harder so they are hard to pass. This got my heartrate up to 185 bpm trying to pass the other runners. It definitely pushes you harder. I am disappointed that additional motion sensors aren't sold at the release of the game because I would like to race my husband on some of these games and will be buying the extra sensors as soon as they become available. I am also looking forawrd to finding someone I can workout with online. 5. The Wii Balance Board can be used to weigh yourself. However don't feel the need to get the Wii balance board if you don't have it because every exercise that uses the Wii balance board also has the same exercise which doesn't use the Wii balance board. 6. Custom Workouts - There are 13 Upper Body, 22 Lower Body, 11 Full Body, 12 Cardio, 26 Fitness exercises (including boxing, step aerobics, mountainbiking/boarding, dance, & kickboxing), 6 Core, 15 Basketball, 15 Soccer, 8 Warm Up, and 8 Cool Down exercises to choose from. Most are between 1 and 2 minutes long with some like the Step Aerobics actually lasting 10 minutes. You can create a custom workout with a combination of any of the these exercises to make longer or shorter workouts as needed. 7. Online Community - With Active 2 you can join online workout groups which hopefully will help you stay motivated. I joined one and time will tell if it really helps me but it can't hurt and it's nice to see there are other people like you trying to get fit. Here are my disappointments 1. I wish the game were completely hands free. I feel like the PS3 and Xbox versions are better than the Wii because they are truely hands free. I haven't had a chance to do all the exercises but I won't be surprised if I don't run across an arm exercise that requires the remote be held since the packaging show a woman doing this. I just don't understand why the PS3 version comes with 2 arm sensors and the Wii version doesn't. 2. I wish the extra motion sensors were available now as it would be fun to play with another family member. Sure they could do it with you but you'll push yourself more if you can race them. I do understand however that EA is probably anticipating huge demand over Christmas and likely won't have the time to create straps for the multi-user option until after the holidays. After all selling the straps separately now may create a shortage of the game which would cause prices to rise. 3. I wish the workouts on the 9 week challenge would allow you to choose how long you want to workout. All of the workouts are around 30 minutes long. I would love to have the option of doing a 1 hour workout. I can achieve this with the custom workouts but it would be nice in the challenges too. The game will also formulate a workout for you based on what you want to workout but again it will only make a workout that is up to 30 minutes long. 4. The resistance band that comes with it is still cheap. Go buy the resistance tubes with nice handles for $10 - $15. All in all though this is a fantastic fitness game. I workout with a trainer too that does much of the same things throughout his class. He is impressed with the game and will be helping me choose which exercises to do so I can make some great custom workouts. If you don't lose weight and get fit with this then it's because you eat too much and don't actually play the game very often.

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WebBuyer2009
Allen, TX
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
great workout
12/26/2010

Customer review by baby81299

5.0 stars 12/26/2010 by baby81299
by baby81299

I really like active 2 for wii. There are three levels: easy, medium, hard. This is great for a beginner all the way to an athlete. The "game" is easy to follow and understand. The exercises are all within reason to complete. The one thing that I don't like is that there is too much of a "break" in-between exercises which allows the heart rate to drop. It is a great workout and only takes about 20 minutes to complete.

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baby81299
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
Not good for a harcore workout
10/4/2011

Customer review by Merce426

3.0 stars 10/4/2011 by Merce426
by Merce426

I bought this product because I got it through the website for only $20!!! I was so excited to have a new exercise program in my routine especially one that tracks your heart rate and calories burned. Unfortunately my expectations fell very short with this. I am a seasoned exerciser so it takes quite a workout to get me going. I felt this program, even on the hardest setting, wasn't doing it. Some exercises are great but it's the time in between each generated exercise that takes more than a few seconds to load thereby defeating the purpose of circuit training which is non stop. Also some exercises like side planks have you do 1 side plank for 10 secs on each side and that's it!!! What a joke! This would be good for someone just starting out (easy setting) or more active (hard) but not someone looking for a really intense heart pumping butt kicking. I prefer Jillian Michaels's "30 Day Shred" or "The Biggest Loser" for Wii on the hard or intense setting although the calories burned on that program are wayyyyy off. Still an excellent training tool.

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Merce426
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:3 - 4 months
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
good exercise game addition
12/5/2010

Customer review by heifermoo

5.0 stars 12/5/2010 by heifermoo
by heifermoo

I paid $100 for this but if you get it for $60 on the cyber week sale than you definitly got a good deal.Its a good addition to my active sports /more/my fitness coach games. Its a harder than the " MORE".The remote will "lose connection" if you don't hit a button now and then.One bad thing is it wont let you workout on the program you've chosen on a rest day.

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heifermoo
oklahoma
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
12/18/2011

Customer review by CTCH99

4.0 stars 12/18/2011 by CTCH99
by CTCH99

Bought this item after I used the first version for over one year. This one is more improved. Really like the workouts. The best thing is that it is completely wireless. For the first version you needed the nun chuck for some workouts and that got in the way sometimes. Also the resistant band is stronger and does not rip. The only negative is that the programm will stop and you have to click the A button to continue since the Wii remote is not needed much. I always click the A button after 2/3 exercises and that works and does not hinder the workout. The positive is that you do not have to hold the remote all the time, like in the first version. Overall I like it and I get good workouts at my convenience with a free personal trainer.

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CTCH99
NC
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 3 months
Gender:Female
Usage:Every few days
Excellent Product!!!
3/24/2011

Customer review by NeededAChange

5.0 stars 3/24/2011 by NeededAChange
by NeededAChange

I am a 27 yr old woman with two children. I was exceedingly over weight with my first pregnancy and have fought a battle with my weight since then 9yrs ago. As well have been in a car accident resulting in hip problems, have disc problems, and was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia along with depression. I hit almost 200lbs again in my life and was just fed up. I had never gone to a gym and was considering it when I found this product. I have been using this for about 2 months now and am down 20lbs. and stronger than I have been in years. I can even pick my 3yr old up again. If you are a parent reading this you can imagine how priceless that is in itself. But all that aside if you would like, I can assure you that you can NOT pay a trainer 40 dollars one time and get these results. If I can keep my kids from touching the disc I'll have this for a very long time. And I will never use anything else if I can help it. There are so many accessories to add with this as well. I haven't purchased any yet but the variety out there is really great. I can't praise this product enough for the change it made in my life. If you are looking for something that you can do for 25-30 min. a day (at home) that is semi-intense (for someone not used to doing these type of workouts like me) and have the ability to increase the intensity from easy, medium, to hard this is for you.

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NeededAChange
North Louisiana
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 3 months
Gender:Female
Usage:Every few days
What a disappointment!
12/31/2010

Customer review by bluskies

1.0 stars 12/31/2010 by bluskies
by bluskies

I own both the original EA Sports Active and EA Sports Active More Workouts and have been very happy with both (Wii versions). The original was a good start and More Workouts was a home run. So, I had high expectations when I purchased EA Sports Active 2 (Wii version). What a disappointment. First, as all Wii owners know, the Wii remote turns off when not in use after a few minutes (designed feature to save batteries). This is not a problem, unless you are using EA Sports Active 2. Even though the Wii remote is not required for most of the workouts, when the remote turns off Sport Active 2 stops whatever it is doing and prompts you to turn the remote back on. This also happens with the Wii balance board, whether the board is being used or not, when it turns off (again, a designed feature to save batteries) Sports Active 2 stops whatever it is doing (mid exercise) and prompts you to turn the board back on. The fix for the balance board issue is to change the program's setting to opt out of using the Wii board. They only fix for the remote issue is pressing the A button every few minutes. Also, the program takes a lot of time to transition from each exercise resulting in a lot of standing and waiting (and hear rate dropping which defeats the purpose of aerobic exercising). Speaking of heart rate, I thought the heart rate monitor function would be great, and it would be, if it was anywhere near accurate. For some reason, when doing a light aerobic exercise, the heart rate monitor gave very high readings (I routinely workout with a heart rate monitor and have never seen readings as high was what Sports Active 2's monitor was showing). Also, for many of the aerobic exercises with high reps where each rep is counted based on body sensor movement, only about 70% of the reps are counted. This wouldn't be so bad since I don't mind doing extra reps, but the game's trainer badgered me about trying harder to the point that the exercise was more annoying than entertaining. It's like a whole new team of programmers created Sports Active 2, because these issues were non-issues with the previous versions. After reading of similar problems and complaints on the EA Sport Active forums, I was able to return mine for a full refund noting that the product was defective. Maybe in a few months to a year, EA will address these issues and correct them. And, even the, I will check the EA Sports Active forums before I purchase another EA product again. Until then, I'm sticking with More Workouts. Bottom line: Buyer Beware! Check out what others are saying at EA Sports Active forums before buying this product. Advice: For those of you who own EA Sports More Workouts and want to go cordless (chucking the nunchuck cord), try a wireless nunchuck. I purchased the Kama brand wireless nunchuck that's Wii Motion Plus compatible and have used it for several workouts with More Workouts. Works great! Same motion capture as with the corded nunchuck and fits in the leg strap perfectly, but no cord! So, save your money for now until EA gets their act together, and instead drop a little money (I found mine locally for $20) and purchase a wireless nunchuck. A wireless nunchuck is something you can use with other games too.

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bluskies
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:Every few days
I like this product much more than Wii Fit
1/1/2011

Customer review by Soon2BFit

5.0 stars 1/1/2011 by Soon2BFit
by Soon2BFit

I've only been using this product for one week, but so far I like it much more than Wii Fit. I got bored with Wii Fit rather quickly. This program has much more variety. This is what I thought an exercise program would be like using Wii. You don't have to use the controllers very often which is great. The only negative is occasionally the sensors don't pick up what you are doing. I just make sure the sensors are where they should be ( when I do side planks I move the leg sensor because I'm afraid I will break it if I lose my balance) and I readjust my body and it fixes the problem. Some people might feel that there's too much of a break between exercises--this may be because I am doing the easy version. I also love that it has a 9 week challenge and breaks it up into 3 phases so that you slowly increase intensity. I actually look forward to doing the program. If I remember, I will post a new review after I finish the 9 week challenge.

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Soon2BFit
Philadelphia PA
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every few days
Love this!
1/29/2011

Customer review by Terri1of8

5.0 stars 1/29/2011 by Terri1of8
by Terri1of8

We have had this since Christmas, and it is wonderful. My husband and I are doing the 9 week training at the easy level. The first week I did this, I was actually sore from the workout. The intensity increases as the weeks go on, and you are guided through exercises that work different muscle groups harder on different days. This is similar to when I've used a trainer in the past. Unbelievable! I would highly recommend this to anyone!

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Terri1of8
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Usage:Every day
Great fitness game
5/23/2011

Customer review by westcoastink

5.0 stars 5/23/2011 by westcoastink
by westcoastink

I love this game because I have kids,busy mom but I don't even have to go to the gym to work out.It's been 4 days since I bought this game but I already notice the change of my body.I also wear SAUNA SUIT when I work out so I can sweat more.I love this product!!!!!It works for me.

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westcoastink
San diego,CA
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Female
Usage:Every few days
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by crazyhead77 12/13/2010
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  • A. No Its an options
    by denjo0602/1/2011
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  • A. No the balance board is not required.
    by Twins20001/21/2011
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  • A. No.
    by realme111/12/2011
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  • A. It's not required but you can use it for additional exercises. There is a question at the beginning that asks if you want to use the balance board. So far I haven't even come across any exercises that require it.
    by An anonymous customer1/5/2011
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  • A. No but if you have it you can use it.
    by hart0241/1/2011
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  • A. The balance board is not needed.
    by rp06058012/30/2010
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  • A. No, it is not. You can select at the beginning not to use the balance board and still get an excellent, uncompromised workout.
    by ChristosZ12/30/2010
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  • A. You may use the Balance Board for certain sets if you wish.
    by SewGrandma12/29/2010
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  • A. No currently I'm using my own step or just the floor. I think at a later date I will purchase the board so I know that I'm doing the steps just like the video is suggesting.
    by KBadgerfan12/28/2010
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  • A. The balance board is not required for this game, but you may use it if you have it.
    by baby8129912/26/2010
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I just bought the wii system so the only controls I have are what came with the system.
by an anonymous customer 12/19/2010
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  • A. No you don't need to purchase anything additional. The box has the controller and heart monitor.
    by An anonymous customer8/26/2011
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  • A. No you dont need an extra controlers
    by denjo0602/1/2011
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  • A. No you do not need to have any extra controllers as long as you are doing a single person workout.
    by Twins20001/21/2011
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  • A. No. As long as you have a Wii controller you are fine. It comes with the heart sensor, the leg sensor, the resistance band and the USB device that you can use to track your progress on a computer. It doesn't require the Wii balance board but if you do have one you can add it for additional exercises.
    by An anonymous customer1/5/2011
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  • A. You should not need any additional controllers. The box contains the additional items that you need to workout.
    by Bopnshop11/1/2011
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  • A. No extra controllers are needed.
    by rp06058012/30/2010
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  • A. Everything you need to play Active II is in the box (or came with the Wii system). You can optionally use the Wii balance board (not sold with the game) to enhance certain portions of the Wii Active, but I have yet to find an area where it makes a noticeable difference. The balance board can be bought separately or bundled with the Wii Fit games.
    by ChristosZ12/30/2010
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  • A. No you don't have to purchase new controls. The EA sports 2 will come with 2 bluetooth bands which you will need to use as well as one of the Wii remote that you currently have.
    by KBadgerfan1/4/2011
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  • A. You actually are buying what you need. The "game" comes with the other "controller" you need to use the product. 2 sensors are included, one for you left arm, this monitors your pulse, and one for your right leg.
    by smwoodcrafts12/27/2010
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  • A. remote+chuk are all you need.
    by CouldNotFindANic12/21/2010
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Does this include the exercise bands as well as the arm/leg bands and heart rate monitor?
by nicki1984 12/28/2011
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  • A. yes
    by SFCBulldog3/1/2012
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  • A. Yes, but the excercise band is not very strong and the sensors are broken sometimes (at least from my experience with the game.)
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  • A. Yes
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  • A. Yes, everything is in the box.
    by TotallyTakenWithTeaching1/8/2012
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  • A. Yes! It does. It includes the exercise band (you have to attach the handles yourself but that's no problem) and heart rate monitors for both your leg and your arm.
    by PatootiePie1/20/2012
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  • A. yes it does
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