Microsoft is developing Kinect Play Fit, which will track the exercise habits of players across a number of different games.
The software and hardware developer is expected to update the dashboard screen on the Xbox 360 games console to include information about your training. Stats and figures tracking the exercise players have received while they play Kinect games will be stored in the cloud.
Microsoft has also created a piece of hardware that is compatible with the new training system, sources told The Verge.
Codenamed Joule, the heart rate monitor is wireless and works across various Kinect applications. However, Xbox gamers won't need the monitor to use the features in the Kinect Play Fit update.
"The Joule heart-rate monitor will let Kinect owners track their heart rate wirelessly and ensure any exercise is within a target goal for weight loss, strength or cross-fitness workouts," The Verge reported.
Microsoft has not yet confirmed the details in the report and there is no firm release date for Kinect Play Fit yet.