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(11-22-2010 06:24 PM)UndgnfiedWrshpr Wrote: [ -> ]In personal training there are some short spats of jogging. I can't seem to get in rhythm on the leg extension thing where you lift your knee and then put your foot back, lift your knee put your leg to the side (forgot the name of it). I swear I'm doing it at the same pace as the trainer. Is anyone else having an issue with the rhythm?

yep was having the exact same issue yesterday, the trainer really wants you to pump the knee back towards your waist between side step and back step. This is a hard one to do as I loose balance.
(11-22-2010 06:24 PM)UndgnfiedWrshpr Wrote: [ -> ]In personal training there are some short spats of jogging. I can't seem to get in rhythm on the leg extension thing where you lift your knee and then put your foot back, lift your knee put your leg to the side (forgot the name of it). I swear I'm doing it at the same pace as the trainer. Is anyone else having an issue with the rhythm?
Thank you for the information. Does it shows the number of Kilometers run or number of calories burned?
ZeeMan- what about the Biggest Loser Game. I am a huge fan of the show so was thinking about getting the game but I want a game that will be fun but also keep me in shape. I will probably not get EA Active due to the expense but I am having difficulty on deciding between Biggest Loser and Your Shape.
I will actually have Biggest Loser on Monday if you can wait until then Smile
(11-23-2010 02:16 AM)berva Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-22-2010 06:24 PM)UndgnfiedWrshpr Wrote: [ -> ]In personal training there are some short spats of jogging. I can't seem to get in rhythm on the leg extension thing where you lift your knee and then put your foot back, lift your knee put your leg to the side (forgot the name of it). I swear I'm doing it at the same pace as the trainer. Is anyone else having an issue with the rhythm?

yep was having the exact same issue yesterday, the trainer really wants you to pump the knee back towards your waist between side step and back step. This is a hard one to do as I loose balance.

Ah, the tap side, tap back. Make sure not to put any weight on the moving leg. it does take a bit of practice, and I like to wear shoes on this one, otherwise I seem to hurt the outside side of my big toes on the taps to the side.
(11-23-2010 07:08 AM)masiullah Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-22-2010 06:24 PM)UndgnfiedWrshpr Wrote: [ -> ]In personal training there are some short spats of jogging. I can't seem to get in rhythm on the leg extension thing where you lift your knee and then put your foot back, lift your knee put your leg to the side (forgot the name of it). I swear I'm doing it at the same pace as the trainer. Is anyone else having an issue with the rhythm?
Thank you for the information. Does it shows the number of Kilometers run or number of calories burned?

Calories burned, but the running is a part of the overall routine. For example in the "Light and Easy" Routine, there's an exercise called the Z Step, then Flying Jog (running whilst flapping your arms, all in time to the beat), Z Step (again), Tap Side Tap Back (on both sides), Open-close (kind of an open squat with arms out), normal squats, side to side lunges, and then the series repeats.

I don't know that there's a way just to play the jogging/running portion of it.

Does that help?
(12-04-2010 10:41 PM)hendrickx Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-23-2010 02:16 AM)berva Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-22-2010 06:24 PM)UndgnfiedWrshpr Wrote: [ -> ]In personal training there are some short spats of jogging. I can't seem to get in rhythm on the leg extension thing where you lift your knee and then put your foot back, lift your knee put your leg to the side (forgot the name of it). I swear I'm doing it at the same pace as the trainer. Is anyone else having an issue with the rhythm?

yep was having the exact same issue yesterday, the trainer really wants you to pump the knee back towards your waist between side step and back step. This is a hard one to do as I loose balance.

Ah, the tap side, tap back. Make sure not to put any weight on the moving leg. it does take a bit of practice, and I like to wear shoes on this one, otherwise I seem to hurt the outside side of my big toes on the taps to the side.
(11-23-2010 07:08 AM)masiullah Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-22-2010 06:24 PM)UndgnfiedWrshpr Wrote: [ -> ]In personal training there are some short spats of jogging. I can't seem to get in rhythm on the leg extension thing where you lift your knee and then put your foot back, lift your knee put your leg to the side (forgot the name of it). I swear I'm doing it at the same pace as the trainer. Is anyone else having an issue with the rhythm?
Thank you for the information. Does it shows the number of Kilometers run or number of calories burned?

Calories burned, but the running is a part of the overall routine. For example in the "Light and Easy" Routine, there's an exercise called the Z Step, then Flying Jog (running whilst flapping your arms, all in time to the beat), Z Step (again), Tap Side Tap Back (on both sides), Open-close (kind of an open squat with arms out), normal squats, side to side lunges, and then the series repeats.

I don't know that there's a way just to play the jogging/running portion of it.

Does that help?

Thank you very much Smile
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Here's some info that may be useful :

AuntieParticle (also known as NanoParticle) from Ubisoft's forums Wrote:There are 2 types of Personal Training programs:

Type 1 - These have special names like "Men's Fat Burner", "Toned Arms and Shoulders", or "Perfect legs and butt" and have 12 sessions in which the session numbers advance daily. The sessions are all the same and the exercise routines in them do not change.

Type 2 - These have generic names like toning, cardio and sculpting. The session in these programs change over time and new exercises are introduced as you gain proficiency in the ones you have been doing. These programs do not have any numbers from 12 to 1. They have progress bars instead. The length of the program depends on how long it takes the user to progress through the exercises. But the various levels (2.1, 3.1 etc) can be accessed directly if they are unlocked.

Important note :
If you choose the type 2 and after you change to another program (type 2 or type 1) you will lose your progress in the type 2 program you are in.
Gee, I think I recognize those words Wink

Another way to unlock more sessions in Type 2 is to retake the fitness test and score a higher rating. However, this will only work up to session 3.2. You can only unlock 3.3 by doing 3.2 and achieving the necessary level of proficiency.
(02-23-2011 09:50 AM)AuntieParticle Wrote: [ -> ]Gee, I think I recognize those words Wink

I didn't noticed it was you Blush
I changed the reference Wink
Oh that wasn't necessary. I was just a little amused and also somewhat flattered to be quoted Smile
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