Fitness Boxing Releases Workout Mode Videos Featuring Japanese Comedians
In January 2019, Imagineer launched Fitness Boxing in North America. The exercise game combined sports and music for up to two players. With Ring Fit Adventures flying off the shelves and becoming more difficult to find, the boxing title is a satisfying substitute for those who want to use their Nintendo Switch to train.
The game, which has been released worldwide, has not received many major updates since its release. Recently, Imagineer released new instructional videos featuring various anime voice, movie, and video game players for players in Japan, where the game is known as Fit Boxing.Fitness Boxing Releases Series Of Training Mode Videos Featuring Japanese Voice Actors
Those who regularly watch Japanese audio cartoons and English subtitles may be interested in hearing the voice instructions of their favorite characters.
For those who are new to boxing fitness, according to Nintendo, it offers “daily training for 10 to 40 minutes and offers both normal and fast mode.” The game software estimates your approximate BMI and daily calories burned so you can track your progress. Choose from a diverse group of sneakers and customize their look with unlockable sneaker outfits. As you progress, you can gain more songs and more difficult training circuits. If you prefer to work with a buddy, you can use two sets of Joy-Con controllers or share a pair to enjoy cooperative work or test your skills by competing in a virtual ring! ”
With Fitness Boxing, players don’t need to buy additional equipment. Players only need their Joy-Cons and the console.
There are instrumental versions of 20 popular songs to unlock.