Adidas and THQ want to get you fit with miCoach Kinect and PS3 Move

miCoach, Adidas’ training software, is coming to a console near you, says THQ, after the two companies announced a deal at this year’s E3 in Los Angeles.

Due to be released in early 2012 – so no need to panic about doing any exercise just yet - the game will feature many of the world's most well-known Adidas athletes, including Dwight Howard, Kaká, Tyson Gay, Jessica Ennis, Ana Ivanovic and Eric Berry.

Those athletes will then guide users through a wide selection of sport-specific personalised training programs.

Users will also receive real-time feedback on their actual in-game performance during workouts when wearing a miCoach heart rate monitor (or any ANT+ compatible monitor).

Gamers and fitness fans alike will be able to play the game by connecting a miCoach Pacer or miCoach mobile app to Kinect for Xbox 360 or the PlayStation Move.

Games include running, tennis, football (soccer), American football and basketball.



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