Content about Fitness


Every Tuesday, Sony brings its PlayStation faithful new content, add-ons for your favorite games, Themes and avatars for your PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable. Again another standard week of PSN goods you can get, but for the most part the main draw are going to be demos. Twisted Metal is finally going to hit store shelves and the fans of  the series will be eager to get their hands on the multiplayer demo now available.  


With another new year comes more new year’s resolutions and at the top of most people’s list is lose some weight and get in shape. So there’s no better time to talk about fitness workout games than New Year’s Day. We talk exclusively to beauties, Jenny McCarthy and Daisy Fuentes about their new fitness workout video games that have come out just in time for your new year’s resolution.


Jenny McCarthy talks to GamerLive exclusively about her new Wii fitness game, Your Shape with Jenny McCarthy. The Ubisoft game uses an innovative motion tracking camera instead of the WIi balance board to guide you through your workout. In Part 1 of our interview, Jenny McCarthy walks us through the game and shows us why the game is different from all those other fitness games.


We are coming to you live from SpikeTV's Video Game Awards 2009 in Los Angeles with host Jo Garcia, Playboy's 2008 Cybergirl of the Year. She's hot and our coverage will be hot so stay tuned here as we beam to you live video reports from the VGAs as we interview the top developers and, of course, celebrities on the Red Carpet, Backstage and in the Green Room. It all starts at 8pm Eastern Time.


Jenny McCarthy wants to make you look fit and hot, especially after those big Holiday buffets, family reunions and five course meals. Designed for the Wii, Your Shape featuring Jenny McCarthy takes the Wii fitness games to a new level. Unlike most Wii fitness games which use the balance board or Wii controller, Your Shape uses an innovative motion tracking camera, which is included in the bundle, that takes a snapshot of your shape, hence the name Your Shape, and tracks your progress as you move thru the exercises making sure you’re doing the exercise right and correcting you if it sees you are doing it wrong.