Get these Nintendo Switch Games for your Fitness Routine

Nintendo Switch is one of the most versatile video game consoles ever — and that includes offering a variety of ways to burn calories. Doesn’t matter if it’s cardio workouts, more traditional sports like tennis, rhythm games featuring the latest chart-topping hits or even a traditional turn-based role-playing game; there’s a little something for everyone when it comes to exercise games on the Switch. Most importantly, these titles will cost you far less than expensive monthly gym memberships. Be sure to check out the games below for Nintendo Switch experiences that’ll put that body to work.


1) Ring Fit Adventure

Since releasing the groundbreaking Wii over a decade ago, Nintendo has continued to push the limits of motion control gameplay. There isn’t a better example of this than the unique and surprisingly ambitious Ring Fit Adventure. This fully fledged 20-plus-hour role-playing game is played with a unique controller that could only come from the minds of Nintendo. Players connect their Joy-Cons to a Pilates-inspired Ring-Con and leg strap to control a man or woman who can be best described as the cooler evolution of the Wii Fit Trainer. As players move along a fixed path by jogging in place, they’ll encounter everything from monsters to obstacles that challenge you to make various movements with the peripheral in order to beat them. Those who want more of a traditional workout can enjoy a general fitness mode as well.


2) Just Dance 2021

Ubisoft’s ongoing dance-based Just Dance series has been a mainstay since debuting on the Wii in 2009. Most importantly, the yearly installments serve as a cool snapshot of some of the year’s most popular music. Until Just Dance 2022 releases in early November, Just Dance 2021 works well as a rhythm game that’ll surely burn some calories. The gameplay is pretty simple. Players just imitate the on-screen choreography with scoring based on everything from motion to rhythm. Those who have played previous iterations should know exactly what to expect alongside some new features like Quick Play Mode. Instead of being overwhelmed by the large song selections, Quick Play randomly selects a song for players. It helps that this edition’s soundtrack features hits from The Weeknd, Billie Eillish, Dua Lipa, Lizzo and more.


3) ARMS: Movement 101

One of the most inventive fighting games in quite some time, Arms is a futuristic motion-controlled boxing game with a wild amount of depth. Those more interested in competitive play will find that Arms works best when using either a controller or handheld mode. However, there’s an incredible feeling with using the motion control option. Boxing on Wii Sports was definitely a workout, but Arms adds a cerebral layer to the fighting aspect and becomes a different fitness experience.


4) Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise

More than any game on this list, Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise really feels like a semi substitute for the gym. This makes sense, as the Fitness Boxing series is a successor to the original Shape Boxing trilogy on Wii, which featured Gold’s Gym branding. In Fitness Boxing 2, everything from the length of workouts to intensity can be adjusted to fit the player’s liking. Even the five coaches will ask if players have their water bottle and towel ready or if they’ve stretched. Once the workout begins, players will find a fairly straightforward fitness game in which they’ll punch, duck and weave to reach a high score. Gamers looking for a workout-focused experience with some great progress tracking should give Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise a try.


5) 1-2-Switch

1-2-Switch features 28 minigames that serve as a showcase for the Joy-Cons’ capabilities with many that don’t necessarily stick. That doesn’t mean there aren’t any minigames that’ll make users break a sweat. Some games like Milk, in which players have to milk cows as rapidly as possible, aren’t incredibly high-intensity workouts. Other games like Boxing Gym, where players mimic various punch motions, will definitely leave some players tired once completed.


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