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Celestial Body in Shape Up

Celestial Body153 (40)

This is a rare achievementEarn every star on the Ghost Master’s quest.

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645,378 (300,735)
Achievement won on 28 Aug 15
TA Score for this game: 4,694
Posted on 28 August 15 at 02:56, Edited on 28 August 15 at 02:56
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At time of writing, I'm uncertain what the exact cutoff for three stars on a daily workout is. My rule of thumb has been to aim for 3,000 points out of a total 4,000. I've still gotten three stars around 2,900, but I'd like to know the lowest bolt score anyone has gotten while still getting three stars.

Because of this, while you don't have to be perfect at everything, you should have at least two minigames that you can consistently get 500 bolts. The workouts, especially the new ones, even with a majority of Goods you should get 600 to 700 consistently. There are non-DLC workouts as well, but they do not appear as often.

Depending on input lag, you may have to jump off beat. If you find you're getting more goods or OKs, try it again but jumping slightly off or targeting below the board.

The tutorial covers this well. Legs shoulder-width apart, arms flexed up, and twist back and forth. Be aware of the shifting playing field. For the bonus, try to stay on the upper edge of the vortex so if you miss, you simply slide back into it.

Similar to Waterfall Jump, there may be some significant input delay. I recommend turning down the volume so you can keep your own rhythm. Additionally, you really need to bring your legs high to register multiple note hits, especially on jumps. I found I had to bring my legs halfway up, like I was going to kick myself in the butt, before I was getting a lot of perfects.

Your score here lives and dies on how well Kinect tracks you, and it's something that can change each day. What helped me the most was finding the right combination of cushions behind me, not so I had something to lean against, but to know when I was leaning too far back. Once you find your sweet spot, your score can easily go up 30k.

Day 1: Kung Faux - River Crunch
Day 2: Bolt Fu - Kick & Box
Day 3: Kung Faux - Bolt Fu

Small input lag here, I found you should be completing a movement just before the trainer does. For the first motion, I messed this up until the final week, you need to bring your hand across to your opposite shoulder before pushing out to the side.

Mostly sitting, but don't think that makes this easy. You can sit without your knees up, but when you do the rowing motion, you really need to lean back, then throw your chest over your hips. Exaggerate those motions to get perfects! When doing paddling and punching/grabbing, perfect was easier if I turned my upper body in that direction. Be aware you'll have to get up to do Climax.

I never properly got the hang of this one. The only thing I can offer is that when doing the Hadoken to the right, the move right before Climax, you don't have to move back and forth to get perfects. Aside from that, I got nothing but Good on this workout and still managed 600-700 each round.

Yet another input lag, I found I had to complete a motion a fraction of a second faster. During the first two rounds, it does a slow practice, then fast paced. After the second round, bodyshots appear, so don't let up. In the third round, there's no practice, just both routines with the right foot forward, then left.

A re-skin of Arctic Punch. If you read the tutorial, it will claim that you have to use a cross knee for the lower targets. However, with a mini squat or bending over slightly (mini squats are better for you!) you can punch the lower targets as well.

If you can consistently score around 60k, you should be fine. If not, focus on getting through the entire session without missing one, then practice speed on top of that.
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