If you've seen a UFC fight taking place, you'll know that the combatants are hard as nails and pack a hefty punch and a mighty kick, so it's best not to challenge them to a mixed martial arts based fight. However, if you're looking to get into shape, following their training regime might be the way to go, so you may well have entertained the idea of picking up UFC Personal Trainer on your console of choice.
Wii fans have missed on the UFC carnage in the past, but now they'll be able to take part as well, and you might be intrigued to know that the game supports the balance board and a leg strap, although, in the case of the balance board at least, it won't be required to play the game.
An elite group of MMA training experts have helped to design the game, whilst the UFC and the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) have been happy to certify it.
Danny Bilson, THQ's studio boss, had this to say about the game:
UFC Personal Trainer delivers an authentic UFC fitness experience that is both fun and challenging while providing an intense workout.
With the help of NASM and its Optimum Performance Training model, as well as the expertise of renowned MMA trainers Mark DellaGrotte, Greg Jackson and Javier Mendez, we are developing an original, high impact product that will help people around the world set and achieve their personal fitness goals.