Moving up to higher intensity workouts can be overwhelming at first when it seems like targets are flying all over the place and there’s no way to keep up. Get comfortable with the level of intensity you are currently at, and over time you’ll be ready to try a faster workout. Repetition builds muscle memory and makes it easier, and once you’ve mastered one level, the next will come more easily. When you do make the step up, try focusing on just one color of target to start. Don’t worry about your score, just work on smooth full-body movements and don’t worry about missing targets. Try a workout a few times, and you’ll become a pro at that one in no time!
You can skip a warm-up or cool-down. Wait until the warm-up or cool-down has started, then press the left Oculus button. Alongside options to Resume the workout or End it, you’ll also see an option to skip the warm-up or cool-down (pro tip: if you’re focused on increasing your points, skipping the warm-up will give you fewer total points for that workout).
Increasing power scores can be a frustrating challenge for some users. According to the Supernatural team, hitting targets with full-body motion originating from your core should increase your score, and the score is based on the last 20 workouts you have done. Think about your arms as just an extension of your core and move from the core, not the shoulders or elbows.
That being said, this doesn’t work in raising power scores for everyone. Some have had to focus hard on destroying targets to get a higher power score. Be careful if you do this, as you may sacrifice form to do this and increase risk of injury.
How do you know you hit a target with power? Three ways:
Users have expressed a lot of frustration with the power score and we don’t know what the Supernatural team is thinking about that, so our recommendation is to try to just focus on how you feel after a workout rather than what your score says.
What do you do with all those triangles flying at you in fast succession? When triangles come at you with a long interval in between you stand up in-between. But when they come in rapid succession, forming a kind of tunnel, you stay down and move with them. Try to keep your head at the tip of the triangles to follow the flow without too much mental effort.
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