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Personal Trainer: Walking

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Personal Trainer: Walking
歩いてわかる 生活リズムDS
Personal Trainer Walking NA box.png
Developer(s): Nintendo NSD, Creatures, Inc., Engines
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo DS
Category: Exergaming
Release dates
N. America: May 25, 2009
Japan: November 1, 2008
Europe: June 5, 2009
©2008 Nintendo/Creatures Inc.

Personal Trainer: Walking is a Touch! Generations exergaming Nintendo DS game. In Europe, it is known as Walk With Me! Do You Know Your Walking Routine?, while in Japan its name translates as Walk and Learn: Life Rhythm DS.

It is part of the Personal Trainer series and includes Miis. It is one of the few Nintendo DS games that supports creating Miis, another later example being Yosuke Ide no Kenkou Mahjong DSi.

It is bundled with two infrared pedometers to track performance in real life, and additional pedometers were planned to be sold separately[1] to encourage fitness by walking. This was a similar initiative to the Pokéwalker (released in a bundle with Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions).


Up to four players can track walking, jogging and running with diagrams such as graphs.

It supported Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, where players could submit data to view leaderboards as well as a worldwide step count, plotting "a virtual walk across the solar system".[2]