Adidas is banking on their new series of MiCoach sportswear and your sports performance will benefit as MiCoach comes to your favorite videogame console. International publisher of video games, 505 Games, is today delighted to announce that it is entering into a worldwide agreement with global sports powerhouse, Adidas, to publish the long-awaited Adidas MiCoach console game. The title will be available in the summer of 2012 for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. A version will also be available for Sony Playsatation3 Move.
MiCoach is a personal training system from Adidas for athletes of all ages, gender and level. Users can develop bespoke training plans according to their chosen sporting activity, track their workout progress, get coaching feedback, and see improvements.
Adidas MiCoach, the video game, brings a more technical, sports-training approach than other ‘fitness’ games on the home console systems. Boasting full motion-controlled support and full optical body tracking with the Kinect for Xbox 360 sensor and PlayStation Move.
Players can train alongside their sports heroes with over 400 exercises dedicated to optimizing fitness levels for particular sports activities.
Unparalleled connectivity further enables the millions of people worldwide who interact with the miCoach system through mobile apps and micoach.com to extend their training program into their living rooms and add their achievements in the game to their exercise regime.
MiCoach features 18 of Adidas’ globally recognized athletes across 6 different sports including Kaka, Dwight Howard, Manuel Neuer, Jessica Ennis, Jose Mourinho, Ana Ivanovic, Will Genia and Eric Berry all of whom provide Master classes for their sport. Adidas MiCoach has been in development in Britain for the past 18 months.