If you're looking for a fun way to get yourself back into physical exercise in 2021, you'll want to look for the best Ring Fit Adventure deals for the Nintendo Switch.
An interactive fitness game to get you squatting, running on the spot and doing resistance training exercises to complete levels and defeat baddies, the Ring Fit Adventure is a one-of-a-kind videogame experience and hugely popular.
Nintendo almost never discounts its products, making any deal on one of the world's most popular games consoles worth snapping up, especially if it bundles the Ring Fit Adventure game and all the resulting fitness paraphernalia.
It doesn't matter if you're new to exercise or if you've never played RPG games like Final Fantasy, the Ring Fit adventure is a great way for everyone to get active and jump into a fantastical interactive world.
Want to know where you can find Ring Fit Adventure for the Nintendo Switch at the best prices? Check out our tool below, which automatically compares prices near you to find the best deals.
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In order to play the game, you'll also need a Nintendo Switch console. The fastest-selling console of last year, the Switch allows you to play top-tier games like Mario Kart 8 and Animal Crossing: New Horizons in addition to Ring Fit Adventure. You can check out the best Switch deals below.
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What is Ring Fit Adventure?
Ring Fit Adventure is an action RPG game from Nintendo, which has your character go on an adventure to save a fantasy land from a rampaging dragon. To do this, the game uses a Ring-Con to track your upper-body movement and a Leg Strap to track your lower-body movement. Each new accessory houses different halves of the Nintendo Switch's Joy-Con controller.
The Ring-Con functions similar to a pilates wheel, allowing you to compress, stretch, pull, push and rotate the controller to execute a series of exercises. These exercises are dictated by the in-game challenges you face: some of them, such as the Bow Pull, correspond to your character's attacks.
The Leg Strap works in the same way: you clip one half of the controller to it and the controller tracks your motion, allowing you to run on the spot to propel your character forward, or mapping your squats and yoga poses to create a variety of in-game effects. The Joy-Con controllers will even estimate your heart rate and calories burned.
Most fitness-orientated video games usually end up as a series of mini-games, which is easy to get bored with. But Ring Fit Adventure doesn't just give you a good workout: it also propels you forward in an adventure to save the world.
There's an element of strategy for the battles, as different exercise moves are effective against different kinds of enemies. Green-colored foes might be more vulnerable to yoga moves, while facing off against red-hued enemies means the quickest way to defeat them is an arms workout.
It's a novel idea for a game, but the Ring-Con controller is extremely simple to use and the adventure structure of the game is very compelling, which makes it suitable for video-game novices, experts and fitness fans alike. Don't miss out!
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Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and is currently Fitness and Wellbeing Editor at TechRadar, covering all things exercise and nutrition on Fit&Well's tech-focused sister site. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen runner, gym-goer, and infrequent yogi. His top fitness tip? Stretch.
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