Another favorite of ours, this game is all about fitness with two workout modes to choose from – boxing or dancing – that use group workouts led by real fitness professionals to keep you motivated and moving correctly. The boxing mode in particular works different muscles than the SN workouts and we find it to be a great complement to SN.

In either mode you have your choice of beginner, intermediate, and advanced classes ranging from low to high intensity and from a very short 3 minutes up to 20+ minutes. Both modes incorporate heart-pumping music of various genres, primarily different types of pop, rock and electronic, although it’s music without words that you are not likely to recognize.

  • In the boxing sessions you’ll choose either a futuristic studio or a digital rooftop workout area where you’ll jab, hook, uppercut and weave around items that fly at you. You don’t even need to like boxing to have a blast with this workout.
  • In the dancing workouts you’ll follow an animated trainer in a futuristic studio to learn various choreographed routines that really get your heart rate up.

New workouts are released regularly so you won’t get bored, and if you like some competition you can see how you stack up on the live leaderboard. The game also provides class recommendations and fitness tips based on your performance.

You have to provide an email address as your login for a FitXR account, and we don’t see a way to opt out of this, although you can subsequently opt out of marketing communications.

FitXR for Quest sells for $29.99 on the Oculus store, but occasionally goes on sale. Expansion packs are $9.99 each.

Note: BoxVR is a program with just the boxing component that is available on other headsets but not the Oculus Quest/Quest 2, but that can be played on a Quest using Steam (maybe a pop-up to explain Steam with a link to our section on it.)on a gaming computer and a Link cable.

Get FitXR from the Oculus Store

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How to use HowToVR.com

Hello and welcome! We’re a small group of fiftysomethings that built this site to help folks like you get more enjoyment from your Quest headsets.

This section is just a little tutorial on how to get the most from your time here.

We  created HowToVR.com with the goal of making it easier to find what you’re looking for as well as providing you with some rare nuggets that you’re not likely find anywhere else!

To start off, we put the content into 6 categories

  • How to Get Started
    • Tips & Tricks for using your Quest 2
  • How to Get Together
    • Meeting friends & making new ones
  • How to Get Healthy
    • Exercise your body & your mind
  • How to Get Roaming
    • Visit exotic places while still in your house
  • How to Get Inspired
    • Fun education you didn’t know existed
  • How to Get Thrilled
    • Immersive movies, adventures abound in VR

You can reach each of these one of two ways

These buttons on the homepage

or with the How to dropdown menu from the top of the site.

Once you pick a category, you’ll get a page like the image below. The green arrows point to documents you can open by clicking on them, the red ones are sub-categories that will open up with more documents you can then open by clicking on them.

Once you’ve selected a document, it will open and look something like below. The green arrows are pointing to the categories you can choose from and the numbers in the blue dots tell you how many documents are in them. You can click on any you are interested in.

Please do be aware that we have only just started the site and it is a work in progress. We will be updating most of the content with more formatting and images soon.

We built this site for you, so please do reachout with any suggestions or requests. You can click the Contact Us link  and let us know your thoughts. Please do enjoy your time here. If you need to see these instructions again, you can click the big yellow button on the left of your screen. 

 

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