Fitness Frenzy

With a hard bod and healthy mind, your clients can conquer the world. As Vicki, a personal fitness trainer, you must help all sorts of people from newbie joggers to muscle-bound weight lifters reach their personal goals. A great fitness trainer has the speed and knowledge to help clients hit their target body weight and shape in this Time-Management sprint. Pump those dumbbells and and propel your way into a Fitness Frenzy.

Also , you meet new people. Alternatively, it would have been nice to be able to add a cashier to deal with the payments and someone to tend to the tanning sessions, as Pookiepoo said in the first review. You plan the best fitness routine according to what they want to achieve, for example, "Bulk Up" or "Slim Down". It makes your life a lot easier towards the later stages. After about ten levels you move to a different gym so things don't get dull. You do have one trainer that helps you and eventually you get a man that cleans the machines. You are also in charge of the cash register so it can get very busy. When you think about it If they need to lose weight you use equipment like a treadmill, then a bike etc. For me; it wasn't challenging enough. Also, think it would be better if there was an additional person to operate the tanning booth. You help each customer by directing them to the best, most effective machines for them.

The graphis are also pretty poor but if you can get past that, this is a game which will take hours to complete, not take an insane amount of skill but still be challenging enough and is a lot of fun. This felt a bit like cheating, as Vicky's qualifications etc. It's not the usual fitness scenarios where you direct the customer where they want. I haven't actually timed any of the levels but they are at least 5minutes long for each level which is pretty ridiculously compared to other TM games. You help each customer by directing them to the best, most effective machines for them. You are also in charge of the cash register so it can get very busy. I like the upgrades, trophies, and machines -- and actually having to think what each machine will do for the various people who show up for a workout! I only played the one-hour demo but got hooked and will buy the full version! When you think about it You plan the best fitness routine according to what they want to achieve, for example, "Bulk Up" or "Slim Down". You can buy upgrades on all machines and tv and juice machine. Happy gaming! I finished the first run through with mostly perfect scores. Alternatively, it would have been nice to be able to add a cashier to deal with the payments and someone to tend to the tanning sessions, as Pookiepoo said in the first review.


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You plan the best fitness routine according to what they want to achieve, for example, "Bulk Up" or "Slim Down". After about ten Fitness Frenzy you move to a Feenzy gym so things don't get dull. Fitness Frenzy, think it would be better if there was an additional person to operate the tanning booth. It's not the usual fitness scenarios where Fotness direct the customer where they want. I only played the one-hour demo but got hooked and will buy the full version! Fitness Frenzy teaches you some exercises for things like cardiostrength and other things to keep you fit without you noticing! It makes your life a lot easier towards the later stages. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Pucktweety from Great I haven't quite finished this game Delicious: Emilys Miracle of Life Collectors Edition for the simple reason is that I resent the entirely too long levels. The graphis are also pretty poor but if you can get past that, this is a game which will take hours to complete, not take an insane amount of skill but still be challenging enough and is a lot of fun. This felt a bit like cheating, as Vicky's qualifications Fitnesss. The game is typical of the fitness craze ones, but the characters are easy to manipulate on to the machines and the levels are winnable. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by alsteele28 from OK as app This is an old game and Pixel Art the genre is a little 'tired' now as whilst the hours free trial went quick, it didn't exactly entice me to purchase the full game. Alternatively, it would have been nice to be able to add a cashier to deal with the payments and someone to tend to the tanning sessions, as Pookiepoo said in the first review. I liked the different set-ups at the different locations, though I began to wish I could somehow influence where my pick-up point, water, and cash counter were sometimes they were annoyingly inconvenient.

I like the upgrades, trophies, and machines -- and actually having to think what each machine will do for the various people who show up for a workout! After about ten levels you move to a different gym so things don't get dull. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by ItalianChick from It was okay This game was okay, not one of my favorites. Like I said, the beginning is easy, but things get more difficult when you have a line of people waiting and you have to help people if they have a question which is ALWAYS! Date published: You are also in charge of the cash register so it can get very busy. You are a trainer in a gym and it is up to you to decide which machines each person has to use to help them meet their fitness goal. Give this one a whirl -- I think you'll like it if you liked the Sally's Spa or Studio games. I haven't actually timed any of the levels but they are at least 5minutes long for each level which is pretty ridiculously compared to other TM games. You can buy upgrades on all machines and tv and juice machine. When you think about it Also, think it would be better if there was an additional person to operate the tanning booth.

The goal of each scenario is to give the best advice to the customers and help them as much as possible, while allocating the machines to new customers. You are also in charge of the cash register so it can get very busy. Alternatively, it would have been nice to be able to add a cashier to deal with the payments Island Tribe 2 someone to tend Fitnesa the Frenyz sessions, as Fitness Frenzy said in the first review. After about ten levels you move to Millennium 2: Take Me Higher different gym so things don't get dull. Date published: Frezy 3 out of 5 by alsteele28 from OK as app This is an old game and perhaps the genre is a little Fitness Frenzy now Braveland whilst the hours free trial went quick, it didn't exactly entice me to purchase the full game.


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Give it a try. I like the upgrades, trophies, and machines -- and actually having to think what each machine will do for the various people who show up for a workout! The graphis are also pretty poor but if you can get past that, this is a game which will take hours to complete, not take an insane amount of skill but still be challenging enough and is a lot of fun. Date published: The goal of each scenario is to give the best advice to the customers and help them as much as possible, while allocating the machines to new customers. The game is typical of the fitness craze ones, but the characters are easy to manipulate on to the machines and the levels are winnable. I only played the one-hour demo but got hooked and will buy the full version! Like the idea of deciding what exercise program the customers should follow, based on their needs. Fitness Frenzy teaches you some exercises for things like cardio , strength and other things to keep you fit without you noticing! Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by ItalianChick from It was okay This game was okay, not one of my favorites. I liked the different set-ups at the different locations, though I began to wish I could somehow influence where my pick-up point, water, and cash counter were sometimes they were annoyingly inconvenient. The graphics were good. Not as high quality game as some of the other time management games on this site. At last, a game that is called frenzy but can be won!

11 thoughts on “Fitness Frenzy

  1. I liked the different set-ups at the different locations, though I began to wish I could somehow influence where my pick-up point, water, and cash counter were sometimes they were annoyingly inconvenient. You plan the best fitness routine according to what they want to achieve, for example, "Bulk Up" or "Slim Down". You are a trainer in a gym and it is up to you to decide which machines each person has to use to help them meet their fitness goal.

  2. I then replayed the other episodes to get perfect scores. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by ItalianChick from It was okay This game was okay, not one of my favorites. You are also in charge of the cash register so it can get very busy. I only played the one-hour demo but got hooked and will buy the full version!

  3. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Pucktweety from Great I haven't quite finished this game yet for the simple reason is that I resent the entirely too long levels. You do have one trainer that helps you and eventually you get a man that cleans the machines. Like I said, the beginning is easy, but things get more difficult when you have a line of people waiting and you have to help people if they have a question which is ALWAYS!

  4. Give this one a whirl -- I think you'll like it if you liked the Sally's Spa or Studio games. You can buy upgrades on all machines and tv and juice machine. You plan the best fitness routine according to what they want to achieve, for example, "Bulk Up" or "Slim Down".

  5. Like the idea of deciding what exercise program the customers should follow, based on their needs. I really do enjoy the game and if you want to get things off your mind for awhile, this game is perfect since you need to be thinking and on the ball constantly. But, I think it would be better if Vickie had a cashier to check her customers out.

  6. Like I said, the beginning is easy, but things get more difficult when you have a line of people waiting and you have to help people if they have a question which is ALWAYS! Really like it. You help each customer by directing them to the best, most effective machines for them.

  7. The game is typical of the fitness craze ones, but the characters are easy to manipulate on to the machines and the levels are winnable. I liked the different set-ups at the different locations, though I began to wish I could somehow influence where my pick-up point, water, and cash counter were sometimes they were annoyingly inconvenient. Like the idea of deciding what exercise program the customers should follow, based on their needs. At last, a game that is called frenzy but can be won! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Pucktweety from Great I haven't quite finished this game yet for the simple reason is that I resent the entirely too long levels.

  8. But, I think it would be better if Vickie had a cashier to check her customers out. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by alsteele28 from OK as app This is an old game and perhaps the genre is a little 'tired' now as whilst the hours free trial went quick, it didn't exactly entice me to purchase the full game. Happy gaming! I haven't actually timed any of the levels but they are at least 5minutes long for each level which is pretty ridiculously compared to other TM games. You are a trainer in a gym and it is up to you to decide which machines each person has to use to help them meet their fitness goal.

  9. Also, think it would be better if there was an additional person to operate the tanning booth. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by ItalianChick from It was okay This game was okay, not one of my favorites. For me; it wasn't challenging enough. The graphics were good. You are also in charge of the cash register so it can get very busy.

  10. The graphics were good. For me; it wasn't challenging enough. It makes your life a lot easier towards the later stages. The goal of each scenario is to give the best advice to the customers and help them as much as possible, while allocating the machines to new customers. Also , you meet new people.

  11. Like the idea of deciding what exercise program the customers should follow, based on their needs. Also, think it would be better if there was an additional person to operate the tanning booth. I then replayed the other episodes to get perfect scores. Like I said, the beginning is easy, but things get more difficult when you have a line of people waiting and you have to help people if they have a question which is ALWAYS! The graphis are also pretty poor but if you can get past that, this is a game which will take hours to complete, not take an insane amount of skill but still be challenging enough and is a lot of fun.

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