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EA Sports Active
Game Description: Turn your living room into a virtual gym with EA's Wii exclusive exercise simulator and fitness tracker. Participate in numerous workouts, all designed to get you feeling healthier and fitter 20 minutes at a time. Enjoy a well-rounded gym regiment, including cardio drills, upper and lower body exercises and more, all from the comfort of your home.
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