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VR Fitness Series Week 10 - VR Fitness Insider Challenge: BoxVR

vrgamerdudevrgamerdude Posts: 300
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So here we are in week 10 and this week we are going back to playing our favorite VR workout game BoxVR. So far in this series we have played and evaluated many of the fitness focused VR games out there currently but BoxVR has always been a stand out for both of us.

We were also both excited to see that BoxVR was chosen to be the game used for the VR Fitness Insider challenge so we decided to give it a shot and enter the contest. For the next month we will be playing BoxVR a minimum of 4 times per week and submitting our scores to VR Fitness Insider for a chance to win some awesome prizes so wish us luck!

If you are not familiar with BoxVR I have to say it is one hell of a good workout and a fun game as well. Stacey did have some issues with the tracking during her session but still powered through it and posted a great score while I had perfect tracking and still struggled because I have absolutely no rhythm. We tested this on both of the gaming computers in the house and got similar results but only in this game so I wonder if something got broken in the last update?

Anyway, that's it for this week but we will be back next week with a new game and our results from week 10 so stay tuned! []-)
"I have seen the light at the end of the tunnel, and it is the headlamp of the oncoming virtual hype train!"

Comments

  • snowdogsnowdog Posts: 6,989 Valuable Player
    You should try Sprint Vector next, judging by how my arms were feeling the other day after just running through the first tutorial it's going to be a crazy workout.

    Also, don't miss out on Skyrim VR whilst you're doing this, it's imo the second best VR game out there but VERY narrowly beaten by Elite Dangerous in terms of awesomeness. B)
    "This you have to understand. There's only one way to hurt a man who's lost everything. Give him back something broken."

    Thomas Covenant, Unbeliever
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