He just can't Loos.
Victoria Pendleton puts EGTV's fitness to the test on EA Sports Active 2.
Publishers can wheel out as many fitness experts or frightful ex-popstars as they like – that alone cannot disguise the fact that building fitness requires weeks and months of serious effort and determination.
The original EA Sports Active
understood this implicitly, mixing an impressive range of exercise techniques within a structure cleverly designed to keep you motivated when every fibre of your being was screaming "TAKEAWAY ON THE SOFA".
Don't shoot the Messenger.
EA has outed handsome footballer David Beckham as the ambassador for EA Sports Active 2.0.
EA wants to train the next generation of American Football stars with EA Sports Active NFL Training Camp.
The game was announced for Wii with a release date of 16th November. However, EA mentioned that Training Camp will be a part of the EA Sports Active 2 suite of games being developed for Kinect, PS3 and iPod Touch.
Made with the help of real-life NFL coaches, Training Camp has 70 drills and challenges to improve strength, power and conditioning. Your reactions and "first-step quickness" will also get better, apparently, as will your "skills".
Bringing fitness to all three platforms.
Exercise website the Active Network has filed a lawsuit against Electronic Arts.
EA has officially announced EA Sports Active 2.0 for iPhone, PS3 and Wii and said it will be released this autumn.