Fitness Carter

Friday, September 27, 2013

Xbox Fitness official, brings famous trainers, personalized feedback to living ... - Engadget

DNP Microsoft accidentally leaks Xbox One's fitness service, blames lack of spotter

Microsoft's initial Kinect sensor might not have been awesome for first-person shooters, but it rocked for fitness games.[1] Redmond is taking this one step further for its next-gen console with Xbox Fitness, a subscription-based service for the Xbox One. Xbox Fitness promises "instant, personalized feedback" on heart rate and form (thanks to the new Kinect's innards[2] ), and celebrity trainers include Jillian Michaels[3] and Tony Horton. It's bringing P90X and Insanity workouts, too. The service will be free until December 2014 -- with Xbox Live Gold, of course -- but after that, Microsoft could be locking it behind two paywalls, according to a leaked test-page spotted by NeoGAF's ever-vigilant community[4] . We've reached out to the company for confirmation on pricing and will update this post if we hear back. In the meantime remember: Shut up, focus and do the work[5] .


  1. ^ fitness games. (

  2. ^ Kinect's innards (

  3. ^ Jillian Michaels (

  4. ^ ever-vigilant community (

  5. ^ Shut up, focus and do the work (

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