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October 2008 – Focus Multimedia is launching a revolutionary PC game that provides people of all ages and abilities with a fun and cost-effective way of getting fit and staying in shape.

PC Fitness: Your Personal Trainer is the first game to combine a personalised, interactive and goal-oriented gaming experience focused on health and fitness, with the power of your PC or laptop computer.

Pioneered by developer responDESIGN, PC Fitness combines computer technology and the current body of knowledge surrounding physical fitness to create a revolutionary tool – a virtual personal trainer called Maya.

When you use PC Fitness for the first time, Maya will gauge your current fitness level. Dependent on your ability and the goals you choose, she will then create a weekly Exercise Plan that fits in with your busy lifestyle.

PC Fitness is completely unique for each user, allowing everyone in your household to set up their own fitness programme and track their progress over time.

Popular fitness routines such as yoga, Pilates, cardio fitness, strength training, flexibility and weight loss are all included. In total, over 500 easy-to-follow exercises can be performed in the comfort of your own home - complete with interactive 3D tutorials and a choice of workout music.

Lack of motivation is a common reason why many of us don’t exercise regularly. With PC Fitness, Maya guides you every step of the way, coaching and encouraging you to meet your goals. If you’re finding an exercise too difficult then all you have to do is let Maya know and she’ll modify your routine accordingly.

PC Fitness even includes a weekly Meal Plan. Based on your personal profile, Maya can suggest a healthy diet choosing from thousands of international recipes, complete with printable preparation instructions and shopping lists.

Craig Johnson, managing director of Focus Multimedia, commented: “Due to our busy modern lifestyles, Britons are increasingly demanding fitness choices that are convenient and deliver results quickly. PC Fitness is the ideal solution. With workouts starting from just 15 minutes in duration, users can fit in some exercise before work, or when the kids have gone to bed. The tailored weekly plan means that you get the best benefits possible for the time you invest, and for just £9.99, Maya is the best value personal trainer you’re ever likely to find.”

Making expensive gym memberships a thing of the past, PC Fitness delivers a complete, home-based personal fitness programme on PC DVD-ROM for just £9.99 including VAT (suggested retail price).

Available to buy from October 24th, PC Fitness can be ordered from all good stockists of PC software, or direct from www.pcfitness.co.uk.
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