If you’re anything like me, exercise isn’t your most favoritest thing…
Laughing is one of my favorite things, however, and I’m a fan of finding fun ways to trick myself into exercise.
That’s what makes Just Dance a family favorite of ours – it gets your heart pumping and there are always plenty of laughs!
We reviewed it last year and have enjoyed getting various family and friends to try it out in between, so our kids were excited to get Just Dance 2016 not long before we started traveling for the winter and we brought it with us for some great indoor fun.
I still love that you don’t have to be a good dancer to enjoy the game and get a decent score. I felt super awkward trying to keep up with most of the moves the first time trying it (as we recorded for your amusement below), but it was still so much fun, and got our hearts pumping.
Just Dance 2016 has more than 40 top hits and quirky favorites, including “All About That Bass” by Meghan Trainor, “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars, and “Fancy” from Iggy Azalea.
Our kids’ current favorites are the Angry Birds song and Black Eyed Peas “I Gotta Feeling” (it’s almost like they’re right in the game above, eh? haha) David always enjoys attempting to shake his groove thang to some of the more random stuff like “Irish Meadow Dance” (last year it was an Indian song).
There’s definitely a little something for everyone, and it would make a great addition to family holiday traditions – feel better about that extra piece of pie, you know what I’m sayin?
Just Dance 2016 is available for all motion-control gaming platforms, (including Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Wii U and Wii), and if you have a new-gen console all you need is your smartphone to track moves and navigate through the game – no peripherals or added console cameras! (Sounds like saving money to me.)
If you needed a gift idea to keep your family entertained indoors this season, you’re welcome 😉
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.