Beat Saber on Oculus Quest
Beat Saber on Oculus Quest

Whether it is too cold outside or you are just too lazy for a more strenuous physical routine, you don’t to give up on pursuing those fitness goals. Virtual reality fitness is fast becoming a thing. VR is not just an entertainment platform; there are some fitness apps that exert enough physical strain to help you shed some calories and whip your body into shape. If you are struggling meeting those New Year fitness resolutions, here are some of the top VR fitness apps to help inspire and motivate you into working out and firming up your body.

Beat Saber

The rhythm VR game Beat Saber is one of the most popular VR apps and is now a de facto choice for anyone trying out virtual reality for the first time. The gameplay that involves swinging swords at flying blocks to the beats of some adrenaline-pumping music is proving very addictive and players find themselves losing themselves in it, sometimes for a couple of hours. Beat Saber has multiple difficulty levels and you will lose more calories on the higher difficulty levels-Expert level and above. Beat Saber supports multiple platforms including Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, Windows Mixed Reality, Valve Index and PlayStation VR.

BOXVR

BOXVR is another virtual reality app that provides players with a high-impact workout.It combines boxing with a rhythm action gameplay. The app’s gameplay consists of boxing-inspired routines that have been designed by some of the top fitness instructors.

There are 45 workouts to choose from based on how vigorous you want your sessions to be. The workouts also vary in length, from the short 3-minute workouts to the endurance workouts that last more than 60 minutes. There is a large selection based on the amount of calories you wish to burn and how rapidly you wish to burn them.

With the BOXVR app, you can jab and punch your way to a leaner and firmer body. You can even upload your music into the app to get some inspiration as the workouts in BOXVR immerse you into a heart-pumping routine.

BOXVR is ideal for the upper body workouts. The VR app supports various platforms including Valve Index, Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR and HTC Vive.

Sprint Vector

Sprint Vector was one of the earliest VR workout apps even before the idea of VR fitness became a rage. Developed by Survios, the app has been built to provide users with a great way of moving around in virtual reality without motion sickness or a nauseous feeling.

The VR app makes use of arm swinging for propulsion as well as gliding and climbing mechanics. The game is competitive with a game show vibe and will be right for you if you are after more than just a training regimen. Supported platforms include HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR.

Holodance

Holodance includes a cocktail of activities that will keep you engaged and burning calories to a leaner and better body. Whether it is slicing the drops or ghosts using laserblades, punching orbs using your hands, shaking to your own playlists, player-created osu beatmaps or native songs, there is just a lot here to get your body moving. Put on your headset and dance shoes and immerse yourself into one of the more exciting VR workout sessions in this original VR rhythm game.

Creed: Rise to Glory

Also created by Survios, Creed: Rise to Glory is a mix of arcade and simulation gameplay in which you are cast as Creed, a young upstart trying to walk away from the shadow of his famous father and chart his own path. To accomplish this, you must train and fight your way through underground matches where you will learn to throw punches and defend yourself. The game involves training using speed balls and punching bags as well as all the requisite boxing equipment generally required for training. You will be training with Rocky Balboa and the likes. Depending on how hard you exert yourself in your training, you can master the stamina required for the coming fight in this high-energy VR videogame while at the same time shedding off some calories

Creed: Rise to Glory has both single-player campaigns as well as the free modes. There is also an online PvP matchmaking so you will find lots of gameplay options to keep you engaged in this exhilarating game for longer. Supported platforms include HTC Vive, Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR.

Dance Central

Get your dancing shoes on and groove your way to a slimmer body with Dance Central. Dance Central includes a 32-song soundtrack stretching all the way from the 70s to the present chart-toppers. Each song has choreographed routines to give you the perfect full-body aerobic workouts. Supported platforms include Oculus Rift and Oculus Quest.

Thrill of the Fight

Thrill of the Fight is another boxing-themed virtual reality game that takes it one step further by putting you right in the middle of the ring. It’s not frilly with lots of flashy additions. You are simply put in the ring where you slug it out against your opponent. The game includes training areas that feature a punching bag and a speedball where you can refine your skills before you throw yourself into the ring.

In terms of immersion, it offers some of the best fights that you can experience in VR where you have to land the punch accurately and with intention.

Multiple platforms are supported including Oculus Rift, Valve Index, Oculus Quest, HTC Vive and Windows Mixed Reality.

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