Xbox Fitness achievements

Xbox Fitness

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There are a maximum of 31 Xbox Fitness achievements (21 without DLC) worth 11,009 (1,825), and 59 challenges

37,684 tracked gamers have this game, 241 have completed it (0.64%)

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30 Seconds of Sweat in Xbox Fitness

30 Seconds of Sweat273 (50)

This is a rare achievementComplete 3,000 drills.

  • Unlocked by 1,266 tracked gamers (100% - TA Ratio = 5.45) 1,270  

Achievement Guide for 30 Seconds of Sweat

Strategy One
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Posted on 03 October 15 at 03:13
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So I am making a solution to clarify what a drill is, the reason the achievement is called 30 seconds of fun is because drills are usually around 30 seconds long.

Every work-out is compressed of drills, each drill is on average of 30 seconds for instance I am on MOSSA FIGHT and im at 26:35 and im on drill 54, which means every drill has been a average of 30 seconds.

There is no fastest way to unlock this, you must simply work out and the more you work-out youll get closer to this achievement. The only thing you can really do is make it easier on yourself by choosing a work-out you can handle. Going for the "This is my Everest achievement" should help going for this if not already unlocking this first.

As there is a progression bar when looking at the achievement you can look at how many drills you have done on a single work-out by pressing start in the middle of the work-out it will be in the bottom left hand corner.

Have fun, and good luck! toast
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