Pro footballer DeSean Jackson and former Olympic gold medal-winning gymnast Shawn Johnson only have good things to say about Nike+ Kinect Training, so what complaints could you possibly have?

We'd love to have our own personal trainers, and while we haven't had a chance to check out Nike+ Kinect Training yet, one thing's for sure: we'd rather deal with a game than with a real person. The virtual trainer will tell you what's up, tracking your every movement and helping you out during workouts, and you won't have to worry about being judged by a real human.

Unless you take advantage of social features that let you compete in global fitness challenges or just work out live with friends using Kinect's camera. But that's up to you.

Is this the perfect excuse to get in shape or what?