THQ And Adidas Team Up For miCoach

At a press conference ahead of E3, THQ have announced a new athletics training “game” for the PS3 and 360 to come under Adidas’ ‘miCoach’ fitness tracking brand.


miCoach for consoles pairs sports-based fitness programs with well-known faces from each sport, including Dwight Howard, Tyson Gay, Ana Ivanovic and more, and whilst requiring PlayStation Move or Kinect, can be enhanced with a variety of additional tech. Adidas miCoach heart rate monitors will connect up with the game, and the iPhone and Android mobile applications will sync up with your game to bring back data from your outside activities.

THQ will be releasing miCoach early in 2012, with more details no doubt to come during this week’s show.

Source: Destructoid



  1. Sounds great so far.

    • I was meant to put this in that ^ ^ comment. I’m looking forward to it.

  2. Sounds good so far….

  3. Sounds like it could be ok. Hope more info will come around soon.

  4. EA’s Sports Active 2 wasn’t bad in that regard… a bit tiring though.. :)

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