THQ and Adidas announce miCoach for Kinect

E3 2011: PlayStation Move to also support trainer title

EA Sports Active rival emerges

THQ and Adidas have joined forces to unveil a MiCoach game for the Xbox 360 and PS3 supporting both Kinect and PlayStation Move.

Announced at a pre-E3 2011 event, the training program which will take on the likes of EA Sports Active offers training features for basketball, football, American football, tennis and running with the help of top sports stars such as Jessica Ennis, Kaka and Ana Ivanovic.

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MiCoach uses Kinect and Move to display your body in the game, and with an Adidas MiCoach heart rate monitor, you can also get real-time feedback on your workout.

For those with the miCoach smartphone app, the game will also synchronise data to give you a complete record of your progress even when you're away from the console.

There's no details on pricing or a release date as yet, but we'll keep you posted as soon as we hear more.

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Link: Videogamer