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Your Shape: Fitness Evolved

Platform(s): Xbox 360
Genre: Sports
Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Release Date: Nov. 4, 2010

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'Your Shape: Fitness Evolved' (X360) DLCs Add Two More Workout Routines

by Rainier on Jan. 5, 2011 @ 1:32 p.m. PST

Your Shape: Fitness Evolved, Using the power of Kinect and Ubisoft's proprietary Player Projection technology, will give players full control of their fitness experience through voice and body motions, delivering a dynamic, interactive and convenient at-home workout tailored to each player's individual fitness goals.

Your Shape: Fitness Evolved will deliver dynamic, interactive, customizable and convenient at-home workouts, created by Men’s Health and Women’s Health fitness experts.

Players will also have the opportunity to work out with some of the best personal trainers in the industry in the comfort of their own homes without the cost of a gym membership. Michael George, Los Angeles–based celebrity fitness trainer and Michelle Bridges, trainer for all five series on Australia’s “The Biggest Loser,” will both offer workout classes at launch. There are also a variety of fitness class options, including yoga, Pilates, martial arts and boxing. In addition, Your Shape™: Fitness Evolved will also offer a wide choice of mini-games including dancing, ball games, balance games and hula-hoop. The mini games support turn-based multiplayer mode so players can challenge friends and family.

Kinect for Xbox 360 puts you at the center of your favorite entertainment experiences, including fitness," said Matt Barlow, general manager of IEB marketing for Microsoft. "The precision of the Kinect for Xbox 360 sensor will transform your workout routine by making you the controller, taking technology out of your hands to allow you to get fit and have fun in the most natural way possible."

Your Shape’s online fitness portal will allow players to track and share all their workout data and will provide a centralized location for all fitness, wellness and training needs. It will host a thriving community where users can share their fitness challenges, interact with groups and stay inspired and engaged. Your Shape: Fitness Evolved will also offer new content online available on Xbox LIVE to refresh and continually develop players’ workout experiences.

Players will have the freedom to choose how they want to play and interact with Your Shape: Fitness Evolved. They have the choice of working with a personal trainer, taking a variety of classes or getting the entire family involved with fun mini-games, such as dancing and target practice. At the start of the game, players will complete a fitness test and will be asked to input their goals. The game will offer players a complete fitness program fully adapted to their goals and capabilities. The fitness program will evolve and change as a players’ fitness level improves, keeping them motivated and challenged.

Two brand new fitness programs for the Ubisoft’s Kinect exclusive fitness game Your Shape: Fitness Evolved are now available for download on the Xbox Live:

  • “New Year New You”, a specific program to get back in shape after Xmas and New Year’s celebrations
  • “Dance Workout: Bollywood”,  a dance take on fitness, matching efficient exercise with Indian-inspired moves and atmosphere.

These 2 extra workouts are offered individually or as a bundle package.  The bundle, including “New Year New You” and “Dance Workout: Bollywood” is priced at 560 Microsoft points, while each workout purchased individually costs 400 Microsoft points.

In the first half of the calendar year, over 12 new pieces of add-on content for Your Shape: Fitness Evolved will be released on Xbox Live. Two other workouts, the “Toned Body Program” and the “Cardio Boxing Platinum” are already available for download.  

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