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Submitted by Pozzle 644d ago | opinion piece

Impressions: Xbox Fitness - Destructoid

Destructoid: One thing I don't see discussed often in regards to exercise is the high price tag involved with intense workouts. Although you can find a local gym for fairly cheap and get fit on your own, getting to the next level sometimes requires hiring a physical trainer, joining classes, or ordering routines -- which can get extremely expensive.

So I was really skeptical when Microsoft announced that Xbox Fitness would offer free workouts that are normally on the pricey side -- like P90X and Insanity. But after trying it out for myself I'm mostly happy with the results, even if the app itself has a long way to go. (Xbox Fitness, Xbox One)

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