Page Title: Exercise by Accident: VR Games To Help You Work Out at Home

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Page Description: You can get a surprising amount of exercise “by accident” with a bunch of these VR games. If you’ve ever thought you’d be better at aerobics if there were swords involved or wished the rowing machine might plunge you into a stealthy spec ops mission, then this list is for you.

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Page Text: Rhythm Beat Saber Beat Saber is one of the most popular VR games. Armed with a pair of laser sabers, your goal is to slash through incoming blocks to the beat of the music, and avoid walls either by ducking under them or moving to the side. Simple enough, but even at low difficulty levels it’s supremely satisfying slicing and dicing through the fray. Developer Beat Games also continues to expand on Beat Saber with new music packs, adding high-energy tracks from Lady Gaga, Skrillex, Billie Eilish, Imagine Dragons, and Linkin Park—and with even more to come in 2022. Exercise: Full-body, Aerobic Available On: Quest Platform // Rift Platform Pistol Whip Starring in an action movie is hard work. In Pistol Whip, it’s one against many as you try to fight off one assassin after another. The choreography is up to you though, as you dodge, duck, and weave through oncoming bullets and fire off a few of your own in return. Extra points are awarded for syncing your shots to the soundtrack, which gives Pistol Whip the feel of a deadly ballet. Your heartbeat will be up in no time. And the Pistol Whip: 2089 and Smoke & Thunder expansions are even more intense, with pulsing soundtracks featuring acclaimed artists like Magic Sword and Processor. Exercise: Legs, Aerobic Available On: Quest Platform // Rift Platform Ragnarock In Ragnarock, you and your crew row a Viking longship to Valhalla—or rather, your crew rows and you keep time on a set of drums. Don’t think you’re getting off easy though. Thrash along to metal tracks by Alestorm, Gloryhammer, Wind Rose, and more. You’re air drumming, but clever use of haptics makes Ragnarock feel about as real, as entertaining, and as exhausting as a proper drum kit. Sail through mythic landscapes, race for glory with your friends, and play until your arms are sore. Exercise: Arms, Shoulders, Aerobic Available On: Quest Platform Synth Riders Synth Riders bills itself as a “dance-action VR rhythm game.” That’s a lot of words, but dance is the key. Synth Riders is driven by choreography, not complexity. While you’re free to compete for high scores, losing yourself in the music and movement is a perfectly acceptable alternative. Bash targets with your hands, ride the neon “rails,” and let it all wash over you. Multiplayer support lets you ride along with friends, and a diverse soundtrack rounds out the Synth Riders experience, with 56 free songs, four DLC packs, and custom song support on both Rift and Quest. Exercise: Dance, Aerobic Available On: Quest Platform // Rift Platform Audio Trip Audio Trip loves to mix it up. You’re catching gems. You’re smashing drums. You’re swatting targets in a specific direction. You’re moving your hands along “ribbons.” You’re dodging big red barriers. It’s a lot to keep track of, but it’ll also get your heart rate up in no time. Audio Trip prides itself on its choreography. Even the “Beginner” difficulty nails that dancing-in-the-club feeling—and with tracks from Skrillex, Lady Gaga, Tiësto, deadmau5, and more, you might as well be dancing in the club. Or you can opt for Cardio mode, with flows designed for steady state cardio and exercise. Want to dial up (or dial back) the intensity? Edit levels in-headset until you’ve created the perfect routine. Put together a workout playlist of your favorite songs and get ready to move (a lot). Exercise: Full-body, Aerobic Available On: Quest Platform // Rift Platform OhShape You know how cartoon characters will get scared and run straight through walls, leaving a perfect outline of their body behind? OhShape is basically that moment, over and over again. Walls come barreling towards you, and your goal is to match the person-shaped cutout and squeak through unharmed. OhShape also asks you to collect coins and either punch or avoid certain walls, but it’s the pose recreation that’s made it a hit among players. It’s an intuitive (and funny) concept, but allows for surprisingly complex dance routines. And with a soundtrack that spans everything from K-pop to rock and synthwave, there’s a little something for everyone—and custom song support as well. Exercise: Dance, Aerobic Available On: Quest Platform // Rift Platform Dance Central Even the least coordinated person is bound to pick up a few moves from Dance Central. It’s that beginner-friendly and intuitive. The Harmonix series has proved a popular fitness outlet for years on consoles and mobile devices, but Dance Central’s first foray into VR adds a whole new layer. Hit the club scene and shake it with The Chainsmokers, groove along to Dua Lipa, and vibe with Kendrick Lamar. The club’s patrons will teach you the moves. All you need to do is follow along and mirror their actions. And once you’ve got your dance routine down? Head into the Lounge! Dance Central is even better with friends, letting you customize your looks and dance the night away together. Exercise: Dance, Aerobic

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