Sports Champions 2
Letting you bowl, serve, swing, shoot and box without leaving the house, the PlayStation Move supporting sequel let’s up to four players customize events and tournaments so you can host your very own scaled down Olympics in your living room. Gold medals not included.
Price: £20 | Platform: PS3 (With PlayStation Move support) | PlayStation
Nike+ Kinect Training
From shoes to phone apps, Nike seem to have their svelte fingers in many pies (Healthy ones of course) and you can now add games to that list. Nike Plus Kinect essentially works as a personal trainer and with enhanced floor motion tracking will know if you are doing those exercises properly. It also syncs up to other Nike+ devices so if you do find yourself leaving the house, your performance will be there to see when you get back.
Price: £30 | Platform: Xbox 360 (With Kinect) | Nike
UFC Personal Trainer
Imagine yourself as the next Junior Dos Santos? Feel like a UFC champion without the pain and injuries with your very own UFC Personal Trainer. Customise a work-out and get professional tips from MMA trainers and who knows, one day you could be stepping into the cage.
Price: Around £20 | Platform: PS3 (With PlayStation Move) and Xbox 360 (With Kinect) | UFC Personal Trainer
Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2012
While we have to wait for the Wii U compatible 2013 edition, you can still tuck into some cardio boxing or a yoga session via Kinect. Offering over 90 hours of content, it should offer enough variety and with new dance classes you can even get shaking your hips.
Price: £18 | Platform: Xbox 360 (With Kinect) | Xbox
Saving you from oversubscribed gym glasses, the latest instalment of Zumba will help tackle the gut and give you washboard abs without lifting a dumbbell. There’s 40 new songs, 30 dance styles and if you’ve got the Xbox 360 version the ability to share progress via Facebook and Xbox LIVE.
Price: £34.99 (360) 24.99 (Wii) | Platform: Xbox 360 (With Kinect) and Nintendo Wii | Zumba Fitness
Dance Central 3
Cutting shapes on the dance floor is a great way to burn some calories, and if you prefer to ‘shake it’ in the privacy of your own home the Kinect supporting title is probably the best game out there to do it. If you’ve already got Dance Central 2 you can import previous songs and SmartGlass support means creating playlists without heading back to the menu screen.
Price: £30 | Platform: Xbox 360 (With Kinect) | Xbox