Sweat & Swing
Supernatural – $19 per month, $15 if billed annually
Supernatural isn’t for everybody since it has a hefty $19/$15 per month subscription fee, but you’d be hard-pressed to find another app with the level of attention to detail, expert instruction, and fun as you would with this at-home workout game. Like Beat Saber, you slash incoming objects to the beat, but it does you one further by honing in on muscle groups and amping up cardio. It’s free for 30 days, so it may just fit into your lifestyle.
Audio Trip – $20
Audio Trip is a VR dance game where you catch gems, ride ribbons, smash drums, and dodge barriers as you freestyle dance. The game is similar to Beat Saber and the like, however with its recent Cardio Update, it offers a larger range of movement that will get your heart pumping even faster.
Racket: Nx – $20
Racket ball-meets-Breakout-meets-multiplayer madness in Racket: Nx. It’s a good thing Quest doesn’t have any cables, because you’ll need the full 360 space to thwack your ball at speed to get those oh so satisfying chain combos. Wear the wrist strap and make sure nothing (and nobody) is in striking distance. You’ll thank us later.
The Thrill of The Fight – $10
This is the reigning champ for boxing sims on Quest for good reason. It’s single player, although the virtual gym has plenty of unique challengers with their own styles and techniques. Watch out though, because this cardio-pumping beast requires a minimum supported play area size of 6.5ft × 6.5ft (2m × 2m), so make sure to clear your area before you find yourself punching expensive TVs or irreplaceable children.