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UFC Personal Trainer Interview

Posted on Friday, April 22 @ 14:51:47 Eastern by Blake_Morse
Sometimes you just wanna kick ass. I'm not talking about pulling off a fatality in Mortal Kombat ass-kicking; I mean the real deal. You, your personage, kicking ass in real life. And not necessarily beating the crap out of someone, just getting in shape with some exercise and feeling the burn. But sometimes it can be hard to figure out where to start. Thankfully, UFC Personal Trainer is just about to come out, and if you have a Wii or a 360 and a Kinect, or a PS3 and a Move it may be the perfect place to begin your ass-kicking quest.

It gives you the chance to work with some of the best MMA trainers in the industry and do workouts that the pros actually do in order to get in shape. During a THQ press event, we had the opportunity to speak with one of those trainers and find out just how close to working out in an MMA gym this game gets.


 
UFC Personal Trainer launches for the Wii, PS3 and 360 on June 21st, 2011.
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