New Year, New Boot Camp Fitness Goals

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Boot Camp Fitness couldn’t have picked a better time to announce its upcoming release but you might have to hang onto that new year’s motivation until it gets started in April 2020.

I’ve certainly breathed in enough calories to keep a small herd of sandbests running and the new year is bringing the impending realization that I need to get back to cardio. Now Boot Camp Fitness is ready to hit the ground running if you’re willing to hold onto the spare Kj until 16th April 2020. Due to hit Steam, this is touted as the very first non-VR workout option on Valve’s platform and comes to gamers courtesy of solo developer, Kevin Baker.

A New Routine?

After the demise of the Wii, the Kinect, and other non VR movement sensors this healthy gamer decided to make his very own workout session. Even if it won’t make it to the PC before the dawn of this century, Boot Camp Fitness promises to help players become the best version of themselves.

The incoming regime includes 200 exercises all gamified to unlock level up rewards such as new locations, a ranking system, and an android instructor. The system states that each routine is never exactly the same and no exercise equipment is needed, although a mat isn’t going to set you back anywhere near as much as n Oculus would. Boot Camp Fitness dropped a youtube trailer for the upcoming release and while the graphics look decidedly sketchy and I’m not personally convinced that this is going to entice me away from my own morning cardio, the intention here really does seem to be helping us all to keep gaming longer.

If you’re looking for something more immediate them I’m looking to put together a list of healthy games to help you kick off the new year in the next few days. Keep an eye out for them here at Gamespace.

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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then


  1. Hi Ed, thank you for writing a review of my up coming game.
    I really appreciate constructive criticism and I paid attention when you mentioned the ‘sketchy’ graphics. I totally agree with you so I set out to make the graphics better. The backgrounds and exercise sprites are now much more improved and look so much sharper – not on par with GTA 5 graphics lol, but not bad for an indie game. I will redo my Steam store page video and screenshots next week to reflect the improved graphics.
    It was great to know the things you like about the game, but even more importantly, what you don’t like about the game, which helps me to know which improvements need to be made first. Thanks again 🙂

  2. Hey Kevin best of luck with the launch. It’s great to see a real positive effort being made on something that isn’t ring fit. In this instance, the early graphics were always going to be in readers’ minds so we had to address them. Seriously though, keep at it, you have our best wishes and I hope the game helps us all get a little more gaming time on life’s treadmill

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