Published on January 3rd, 2012 | by G. Bargas, Managing Editor
UFC Personal Trainer: The Ultimate Fitness System DLC Hits the Market
It might take more than a beastly lookin’ dude yelling obscenities to get me to workout. Having that personal drive to get off the couch and move around for 30 minutes out of the day sometimes just doesn’t happen. For most people, this time of year brings a new year’s resolution that will fizzle out in the next coming weeks, or even days. While you may want to simply just drop a few pounds, or get that toned UFC fighter look, video games have found yet another genre to thrive in.
“UFC Personal Trainer gives fans the chance to train like their favorite UFC athletes and these workout packs take it to a whole new level,” UFC President Dana White said. “Jon Jones, Cain Velasquez and Urijah Faber are three of the best conditioned fighters in the UFC. They’ll challenge UFC fans to reach fitness goals like never before.”
UFC Personal Trainer: The Ultimate Fitness System released another addition to the already combat filled workout. The downloadable content is centered around UFC bantamweight Urijah Faber. This “California Kid” will be driving you to do your personal best with 15 new Hit the Mitts drills and five new workouts. For those not familiar with the drills, they consist of rhythm and timing your kicks and punches. There is also an incentive if you are planning on later purchasing UFC Undisputed 3. The pack also includes an Undisputed Trainee achievement, granting players a Create-a-Fighter boost and promising to save 8-10 hours of gameplay.
If that wasn’t enticing enough for you to start doing superman punches at the screen, then maybe the lineup for future DLC will. The Cain Velasquez Workout Pack is slated for release on January 31, 2012. This pack will feature five new workouts and 15 new Hit the Mitts.
The Jon Jones Workout Pack is slated for release on February 21, 2012 and will feature the same lineup of five new workouts and 15 new Hit the Mitts drills. Although the Urijah Faber pack is free to those who own the UFC PT: TUFS, however, the two downloadable content packages will cost 800 Microsoft Points. I guess you could say that it is a heck of a lot cheaper than a gym membership and saving you some embarrassment of barfing on the mat since you haven’t moved this much since your cat almost knocked your over your Kinect sensor.