Ever wanted a personal trainer? EA Sports Active Addicted is the latest fitness game for your Wii, and it promises to do a whole lot more toning up than the Wii Fit ever did.
For those who dream of getting a personal trainer, but can't afford it, the $60 EA Sports Active Addicted is probably the cheapest, most effective alternative to a real-life gym membership.
While some people still can't get over the irony of video game fitness, others are happily embracing it. At least it's some form of activity, and immersing yourself in virtual worlds to boost your heart rate is still much better than sitting in front of the couch with a bowl of chips.
With the economy showing no signs of improvement, this might just be the most in-demand personal trainer of the year after it launches in March 2009.
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