The best Meta Quest 2 fitness and training games

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(Pocket-lint) – Except common VR games, a great reason to own a Meta Quest 2 is the potential for virtual reality exercise. There are a number of great games and apps that help you improve your fitness while making exercise fun. There’s nothing like gamifying your exercise to make it more enjoyable.

These apps not only offer a wide variety of training methods, but they also often track your progress, allowing you to reach your goals, track calories burned, or simply climb the leaderboards.

If you’re looking for a way to make exercise more fun, stick with some of our favorite VR fitness games for Quest and Quest 2.

Fit XR

FitXR is one of our favorite VR fitness apps that offers a variety of different activities to get you burning calories. These include different sessions that vary in length and difficulty level. So you can get in a VR boxing session or a good HIIT session or even move your body in the dance studio.


We love boxing studio, where you just hit different colored balls by squatting, stretching and jamming in time to the music. But there are other options, and as your skills (and fitness) improve, you can choose harder modes and longer sessions.

You can play alone or in multiplayer mode with a leaderboard, which allows you to challenge yourself to beat your score as well as that of other FitXR users.

The ability to track your workout progress, calories burned and more makes FitXR interesting and enjoyable and certainly a more exciting option than traditional home workouts. There is also a subscription service which allows you to add new workouts and much more. This is ideal if you like this tool and want more variety.

Knockout League

If you want a VR game that feels more like a game than a way to exercise, check out Knockout League.

This game features a comedy style and cartoony imagery, but also pits you against tough fighters in the ring. We found this game to be both fun and exhausting, and it can help you track your performance to make you feel like you’re gaining fitness, even if you don’t win your fights.

Knockout League lets you track calories burned while you play, which is a great bonus for any VR game because it feels like you’re winning on two fronts.

Creed: Rise to Glory

There are several different boxing games in Meta Quest 2. Creed: Rise to Glory is one of the most enjoyable. It offers several modes, including a story mode that lets you climb the professional boxing ranks, a multiplayer element that lets you battle against human opponents, and more.

We find Creed: Rise to Glory to be absolutely exhausting when played with Rocky determination and grit. Of course, the game is not as varied as FitXR, since the focus is on boxing.


Supernatural is another incredibly popular VR exercise app. It requires a subscription, but then gives you access to a massive library of over 500 workouts and regular bonus content.

Supernatural offers plenty of full-body workout options, from squats to swings, lunges, leg lifts and more. It also includes musical offerings from a number of popular artists and coaches to help guide your workout.

Defeat Saber

Beat Saber may not be a VR fitness game in the sense that it’s designed specifically for exercise. But that doesn’t mean it’s not good for sweating.

This is one of the reasons why it is one of the most popular Oculus games on Oculus Rift S and Oculus Quest.

If you don’t know yet, Beat Saber is a rhythm and action game in which you need to have a good sense of timing and fluidity to be able to hit the blocks at the right time.

Depending on the music, this game can get pretty fast and furious and will definitely help you burn some calories. The good thing about Beat Saber is that it doesn’t feel like a workout.

Ascent 2

The Climb 2 is another game that isn’t meant to be a fitness game as such. It’s definitely not a fast fitness experience, but with all the hand-to-hand climbing and stretching, you’ll soon feel exhausted and feel like you’ve put in more effort than with any other standard VR game. It is also very pleasant.

Grab The Climb 2 and you can go to new heights in places you’ve never been before. With stunning visuals you’ll love in VR.

Written by Adrian Willings.

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