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|Release Year:||2008||Video Game Series:||Wii Fit|
|Genre:||Fitness & Health||Features:||Manual Included|
|Platform:||Nintendo Wii||Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)|
|Game Name:||Wii Fit||Rating:||E-Everyone|
|Bundle Description:||Board And 2 Games||Custom Bundle:||Yes|
Building off the critical success of Wii Sports and its popular "fitness test" mode is Wii Fit, a collection of more than 40 activities and games specifically designed to get players off the couch. Meant to be played using Nintendo's Wii Balance Board, a squat rectangular object resembling a common scale, Wii Fit spreads its activities out across four different categories: strength training, aerobics, yoga, and balance training.
Players begin by entering their height on the screen and then standing on the Balance Board to determine weight and body mass index (BMI). After users' BMI has been calculated a balance test, based on how well players can control their left and right balance, determines players' Fit Age.
Users can then begin to try out the game's many activities. Strength training focuses on muscle toning, and includes exercises like single leg extension, torso twists, and rowing squats, as well as push-up, plank, and jackknife challenges. Yoga activities stress balance and flexibility and incorporate deep breathing and poses like half-moon, standing knee, and downward facing dog. Heart-pumping aerobic exercises include advanced step, rhythm boxing, and free run, while the balance games include soccer heading, ski jump, tightrope walk, and penguin slide.
Wii Fit uses graphs and charts to keep track of daily activity, lets users input data from non-Wii Fit exercise, and players can set goals for reducing their weight and BMI. Up to eight players can create and keep a personal profile in the game, letting family members check one another's progress and form friendly competitions.
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||61478816|
|Product Key Features|
|Genre||Fitness & Health|
|Game Name||Wii Fit|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1|
|ESRB Descriptor||Comic Mischief|
|Game Name Special Features||More than 40 activities designed to get gamers up and moving Helps with muscle toning, balance, flexibility, and aerobic exercise Store up to eight players profiles at any one time|
|Game Name Series||Wii FIT Series|
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The Wii Fit game is very easy to set up with your Wii board, instructions are specific, easy and included in the game manual. Games are fun and challenging. The more you play you can unlock more games within the different type of exercises offered. This game offers features like a personal trainer with goals and progress tracker. If you think..well is't outdated by the Wii U... think again because just like a DVD can go in a Blue Ray player a Wii game can be played on a Wii U console. The balance boards are the same no matter what Wii you have, old or new. Do yourself a favor and have some fun while you shed those love handles, better yet do it as a family. You won't be dreading your time to get in shape, you'll be playing having fun with those you love. Nothing better than a game to bring everyone together and reach your health goals at the same time!!! Now buy this game and get moving!!
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Nintendo Wii Fit
The Good * Balance board is a great new peripheral * Exercises will help your balance and strength * Beats the repetitiveness of going to the gym * Some fun balance board games * Pleasant presentation throughout. The Bad * No way to create your own exercise program * You're forced to unlock most of the activities * Some games are rather shallow * Health and fitness assessments can be problematic * Board is sensitive, but you can still cheat at exercises. Wii Fit takes the whole concept of games as exercise to a new level with the inclusion of a balance board peripheral that can tell you on the fly exactly how well--or how poorly--you're doing with its various activities. As such, Nintendo is heavily marketing this innovative title as a mixture of fitness and fun, and for the most part it works. It's a decent alternative for those bored with the repetitiveness of going to a gym or too self-conscious to join a yoga or aerobics class. Unfortunately, Wii Fit is hamstrung by some odd omissions (such as not being able to create your own program from the available exercises) and questionable health advice, limiting its effectiveness both as a fitness tool and as a game. At the core of the Wii Fit experience is the new balance board, an elegant-looking yet surprisingly sturdy peripheral which features several internal scales that can detect changes in weight and pressure as you're standing on it. The board--which is also quite hefty at roughly 8.8 lbs (4kgs)--interacts wirelessly with the Wii, and takes four AA batteries (which are included). The board has four rubber feet to help prevent it from slipping on smooth surfaces (and even comes with four extra feet that can be used to raise your balance board higher should you have thick carpet on your floors). Like the Wii Remote before it, the balance board is intuitive to use once you get into an exercise or game in Wii Fit, with its extreme sensitivity allowing it to pick up even the most minute shifts in weight. Its sensitivity only goes so far, however, with the board able to take only 330lbs (150kg) maximum weight, locking out the particularly robust from joining in on the Wii Fit fad. Not that plus sizes need worry that they're missing out on a prime weight-loss opportunity. Despite its moniker, Wii Fit isn't a total fitness solution, with its included exercises focusing more on improving muscle tone and balance than on cardio and weight loss. What it does offer is a better way to track your weight, body mass index (BMI), and time spent exercising both within the game itself and from any other external activities, giving users a clearer picture of how their health is progressing over time. It's no more going to make you super-fit than Wii Sports is going to make you a tennis pro, but it can provide a strong anchor for a more expansive fitness regime should you have the motivation. As a title focused on health, Wii Fit makes some fairly significant judgments about its users' fitness. This happens right from when your Mii is first registered with the game; after inputting a date of birth and height, you're asked to step on the balance board for a weigh-in (all guided onscreen by a cartoon version of the board). From the height and weight data, a user's BMI is calculated, with the user tagged as underweight, ideal, or overweight depending on the BMI score. A simple balance test then occurs (usually involving having to shift your ba
Wii Fit - The BEST Personal Trainer of All!
This is not just another fad! This is for people of all ages, to get the positive support we all need to get into shape. It is for losing weight AND getting in shape. It tracks your progress, lets you set goals, offers positive reinforcement and encouragement while being honest about your status. The Wii fit age tells you what kind of shape your body is in based on your age, weight and balance. It offers Yoga, Strength training, aerobics and balance activities that are appealing for all ages. More activities are unlocked as you make progress and you can choose your own personal trainer. When you do well you have crowds roaring BUT there is never anyone "boo-ing" you. The scenery is nice and the directions make it easy for anyone to use. I bought this because of a TV news feature and have since dropped my membership to Curves. I can do this in my own home, without driving anywhere and without being self-conscious or having anyone else passing judgment. I get up, have breakfast, wait a little while and then work out every morning at approximately the same time. After a few weeks I was already sleeping and feeling better. ONLY place to find this is on eBay sicne hte stores are all sold out. I highly recommend using the Wii play and Wii sports as additional exercise throughout the day. PS The system knows if you have your grandchild try to do workouts for you . . so don't try and cheat! Happy holidays!
Wii Fit and the Wii Balance Board
The hit combination of Wii Sports and the Wii Remote brought golf swings and tennis serves into people's homes. Now Nintendo turns the living room into a fitness center for the whole family with Wii Fit and the Wii Balance Board. Family members will have fun getting a "core" workout, and talking about and comparing their results and progress on a new channel on the Wii Menu. Players will lean to block soccer balls, swivel their hips to power hoop twirls or balance to hold the perfect yoga pose. Keep tabs on your daily progress with easy-to-understand graphs and charts. Using your personal profile, you can set goals, view a graph of your BMI results over time, see how many Fit Credits you've earned, check your Wii Fit Age and even enter exercise time you've done outside of Wii Fit. It's all about coming back and exercising a little every day, and the personal profile makes tracking your daily progress simple and easy. Special Features Wii Fit includes more than 40 types of training activities designed to appeal to all members of a household. Control on-screen action with your movements on the balance board as you work your way through a variety of challenges aimed at getting you off the couch and into the action. Check your Body Mass Index (BMI), see your Wii Fit Age and keep tabs on your daily progress towards a more fit you. Get fit with more than 40 activities and exercises, including strength training, aerobics, yoga and balance games. Whether you're doing a yoga pose or snowboarding down a slalom course, there's an activity for everyone. Challenge your family and friends to get in shape! Create your own personal profile and set goals, test your balance, track your progress with daily workouts and unlock new exercises and activities. Wii Fit Age: The Wii Fit Age is measured by factoring the user's BMI reading, testing the user's center of gravity and conducting quick balance tests.
A Great Way to Get Fit
This product is not for either professional athletes or avid gamers. However, if you want to get fit, have trouble keeping to a program, and would rather do it at home, this is for you. I love the daily progress reports including BMI, weight, body alignment and Wii Fit Age. Everything is encouraging, from the Balance Board (which has its own upbeat and encouraging personality), and my "personal trainer" who demonstrates and models exercises and cheers me on, to the calendar and chart that record my progress. I love the Yoga deep breathing, Warrior and Sun Salutation; the aerobic step dance and running (both with and without a trainer setting the pace), and the balance exercises. I can't say I LIKE the strength exercises, but I do feel they are helping me get fit. I appreciate the special emphasis on posture and body alignment, and the Balance Board's occasional tips on eating and lifestyle. I haven't done any exercises with anybody else, but my sister-in-law and niece had a great time doing competitive running! I love this thing. I started using it over vacation, and couldn't wait to get mine at home up and running. It's fun, mildly addictive, and it works! My only caveat is availability. The list price in a store like Best Buy or Target is $90, but good luck finding one. They appear without any prior warning in small numbers and evaporate overnight. You can get one online for scalper prices -- that's the route I went, and you know, I'm not even a little sorry! This is a great product!