It would certainly improve the title if there was an indication of the difficulty level of the workouts. They also could have separated the routines into beginning, intermediate, and advanced. There is also no demonstration of the exercise before beginning each segment, which would have been nice to have. Additionally, the amount of times the routines take vary greatly — from three minutes up to 30. That does allow you to choose between switching around to several different types of exercises or stick with a single thing for a workout.
Fit in Six is kind of like a classic workout video where you just follow along with the person on screen. The advantage of Fit in Six is the variety of exercises and having everything all in one place. If I start one routine and decide it isn’t what I had in mind I can easily switch to another one. Fit in Six also provides challenges so users can have a way of measuring progress. Unlike Wii Fit, Fit in Six does not have any sensors to directly monitor what the user is doing. The workouts themselves are pretty intense and I thought they provided a good overall workout. Of course, as with any exercise program, it’s up to the user to get the most out of it.
Fit in Six is rated E (Everyone) by the ESRB. This game can also be found on: PS3