Wii Fit

 
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Product Description

The active-play phenomenon started by Wii Sports now spreads to your whole body thanks to Wii Fit and the pressure-sensitive Wii Balance Board, which comes bundled with it. Used together players will experience an extensive array of fun, dynamic and surprisingly challenging activities, including aerobics, yoga, muscle stretches and balance oriented games. The focus of these activities is towards providing a "core" workout, a popular exercise method that emphasizes slower, controlled motions, but it's the fun approach to fitness of Wii Fit that will keep players hooked on fitness for years to come.

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Have fun while you get fit
The Wii Balance Board
The Wii Balance Board.
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Calculate your BMI and Wii Fit age
Calculate your BMI and Wii Fit age.
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Enjoy a wide variety of mini-games
Enjoy a wide variety of mini-games.
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Follow your own personal trainer
Follow your own personal trainer.
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Track your progress against friends
Track your progress against friends.
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The Wii Fit Balance Board
The primary tenet of Wii Fit is balance. Your center of balance, the point between your left and right sides when you stand upright, has a lot to do with your health. Those without an even center of balance will be unnaturally compensating for this imbalance, which causes their posture to become misaligned, increasing the possibility of putting unnecessary strain on their bodies. This is where the Wii Balance Board comes in.

Similar in appearance to a step aerobics board, the Wii Balance Board is much, much more. Easily capable of supporting weights up to a maximum of 300 pounds, it is sturdy and precise, able to measure weight and register pressure accurately when placed on a variety of flat surfaces. This advanced level of sensitivity allows for both the wide range of activities found in the Wii Fit software as well as the board's amazing ability recognize individual players by their weight alone.

Getting Started: Create a Profile
Before you jump into doing exercises and activities, you'll start by creating a profile. This is done easily and intuitively by simply choosing a Mii, entering your height and age information, and doing a few quick tests that will serve as a baseline for your new Wii fitness regimen. These tests are:

  • BMI Check: BMI, or Body Mass Index, is a measure of body fat based on height and weight that is the standard used by agencies such as the World Health Organization and the National Institute of Health. To check your BMI, you'll enter your height then stand on the Wii Balance Board and let it read your weight.
  • Wii Fit Age: After you've checked your BMI, you'll do a basic balance test and find out your current Wii Fit Age. This basic balance test measures how well you can control your left and right balance. Based on the results, you'll be assigned a Wii Fit Age.

Four Categories of Fun
Once you have created your profile it's time to have some fun. Wii Fit features four main categories of exercises to choose from: Strength Training, Aerobics, Yoga and Balance Games. Wii Fit will guide you through the first three with the help of your own virtual personal trainer, while the balance games offer variety and fun to help keep you engaged and excited about your fitness goals. In addition, as you spend time exercising, you'll earn Fit Credits that unlock additional exercises and activities within your favorite categories that will allow you to continue to push yourself. See more detail on the four categories below:

  • Strength Training: Put your strength to the test with muscle-toning exercises like Single Leg Extension, Sideways Leg Lift, Arm and Leg Lift, Single-Arm Stand, Torso Twists, Rowing Squat, Single Leg Twist, Lunge, Push-Up and Side Plank, Jackknife, Plank and Tricep Extension. Challenges include Push-Up Challenge, Plank Challenge and Jackknife Challenge.
  • Aerobics: Get your heart pumping with fun, interactive Aerobic exercises like Hula Hoop, Basic Step, Basic Run, Super Hula Hoop, Advanced Step, 2-P Run, Rhythm Boxing, Free Step and Free Run.
  • Yoga: Work on your balance and flexibility with Yoga poses and activities like Deep Breathing, Half-Moon, Dance, Cobra, Bridge, Spinal Twist, Shoulder Stand, Warrior, Tree, Sun Salutation, Standing Knee, Palm Tree, Chair, Triangle and Downward-Facing Dog.
  • Balance Games: Get into the action with fun, balanced-based games like Soccer Heading, Ski Slalom, Ski Jump, Table Tilt, Tightrope Walk, Balance Bubble, Penguin Slide, Snowboard Slalom and Lotus Focus.

Keep Track of Your Progress
Because keeping fit is an ongoing process, Wii Fit also tracks the activities you do the most and puts them into your Favorites category. With this information players can note exercises and activities that they are strong in, as well as others that may need to improve at. Some of the ways players can use this information for are to:

  • 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.
  • Quickly check your Wii Fit Age and BMI without even putting the game in the console by going directly to the Wii Fit Channel.
  • Allow up to eight family members can create their own profiles in Wii Fit. On the profile-selection screen, everyone in the family can see each other's recent BMI progress and Fit Credit total. This will allow families to have a friendly competition to exercise and get fit.
Variety, fun and progress tracking; Wii Fit has it all. So, Wii owners if you ready to reclaim your balance and get fit all you need is Wii Fit, a few minutes a day to play and the urge to have fun. Get on board today.
Features:
  • Wii Fit comes with the Wii Balance Board and requires a Wii console to play. Wii console sold separately.
  • Wii Fit combines fitness with fun and is designed for everyone, young and old. Wii Fit players work towards personal fitness goals and they block soccer balls, swivel hips to power hoop twirls, and go big on ski jumps to get themselves there.
  • Check your daily progress, set goals, check your Wii Fit Age, and even enter exercise time you've done outside of Wii Fit.
  • Wii Fit Age is measured by factoring the user's BMI reading, testing the user's center of gravity and conducting quick balance tests.
  • Training is at the core of Wii Fit. You can spend as much (or as little) time as you want trying out all of the 40+ activities Wii Fit offers.

Customer Reviews:

  • Loving the Wii Fit
    The Wii Fit was everything and more that I thought it would be. Its such a smart user friendly system that tracks your progress and really works out your body. I love it!!...more info
  • On Wii Fit
    Besides being a little aggrivating when the game sometimes scores me low when I know I've done well ( I run marathons and stay in decent shape), the games are fun and the balance games are challenging. There are a lot of activities to choose from and a lot of things I haven't tried such as yoga. I was skeptical at first because I thought this would be just another gimic to con people into spending money on a "miracle cure" for overweight people. I found that the exercises get me sweating and if you are in decent shape like me, you can move up to advanced and longer workouts fairly quickly. I think this is a really great way to get people up and moving while having fun. I highly recommend this product. If you are skeptical like I was, see if you can use it at a friends house first. I think you'll like it as much as I do....more info
  • Wii Fit really can help you get fit!
    I admit to being skeptical when we first got our Wii Fit. The first few things I tried didn't really make me feel like I was exercising, but, as I unlocked more activities, I saw that there really are a great variety of things to do to improve my fitness. If you are just looking for fun, play the balance games, but if you are looking to really improve your posture or tone your muscles, spend some time doing the yoga poses and doing the strength exercises. If you don't feel like you have worked out after 30 minutes of strength exercises, you are either already extremely physically fit or aren't doing the exercises correctly.

    Another thing I like about the Wii Fit is that it is not only motivating for me and my husband, but also for my twin six year olds. On cold or rainy days here in Wisconsin, it provides a great way for them to get some high quality exercise into their day. They love it because it's fun and technology oriented; I love it because they are having fun while improving their fitness.

    Wii Fit is truly worth the money and can entertain and improve the fitness of your whole family. Just be sure to come up with a system for deciding who gets to play when. You are going to need it....more info
  • Great, but unfornately accurate....
    WII Fit is amazing - easy to get started on your health improvement journey. Unfornately, it is also accurate! Yes, I did get the "sigh" during the weigh-in. If you want to get back in shape and don't have time for the gym routine, I would recommend WII Fit....more info
  • Love
    I love this game. I have not been to the gym in a while so I think this will help me get in better shape but I dont think this is the only workout I would do to lose weight....more info
  • Love Wii Fit!
    Not only is the Wii one of the greatest inventions all around, but the Wii Fit is better than a gym! Convenient, fun, great! Keeps me motivated! Love it! Just love it!...more info
  • Fun for the WHOLE family ... ANd lose some weight at the same time!!
    I got a Wii Fit for Mother's Day (after I requested it!), actually it was an early mother's day present I got it about 2 weeks before that and have had it for about a month now. I LOVE it! I have not missed a day since I got it and have lost 10 pounds. My daughter who is 4 also loves to do it and it has helped her balance and coordination improve. My husband also enjoys it! My 2 year old son will stand next to me and mimick the Yoga poses that I do ... it is so cute!

    For us it has been fun for the WHOLE family. We have all enjoyed it and it has helped me to lose weight. I think it helps you to be accounatable for your weight loss and gain. You can set weight loss goals on it and have fun as a family doing the exercises together.

    The balance board has a weight limit of 300 lbs and has a lot of variety with different games to do to keep you interested and the whole family entertained!!
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  • Love it!!
    My whole family loves this game!! we've been able to track our weight loss, it's wonderful!!...more info
  • Unnecessary
    It's hard to keep your income good these days. But why spend you hard earned money on a little board thing, when you can do it the old fashioned way and get outside! Exercising while playing "Games" Makes no sense, I usually play some Animal Crossing while doing curl-up by my TV. Then I go outside and do some real exercise. Moving like a fool on a board should hardly count as exercise. I guess this is good for kids and women, but men shouldn't need this (And not to be sexist or anything, but most gamers are men). Although the Wii was intended as a family console, the family games are often lackluster. Soccer moms will get a kick out of this....more info
  • Wii Fit
    The Wii fit is one of the best additions to the Wii that they have ever come up with, it is Fantastic!!!!...more info
  • Another reason to love the WII
    My husband and I bought the WII game system to keep the family active. Recently we purchased the WII Fit and have not stopped using it. The kids get a big kick out of the different activities and the WII board enables you to keep track of your progress. At times though I wish it would forget my small regressions. I have never done yoga before and after using the WII Fit Yoga I have a new found respect for this activity. I absolutely love this system. ...more info
  • Fun, but it's a little off
    I got the Wii Fit for my birthday from a friend who is a fitness enthusiast, like me. Before I opened it, she warned me that I'll love the games but not like certain aspects. She was right. The games ARE fun. They get your body moving, and that's the whole point. There are problems with the Wii Fit that I want to enumerate:

    -I am a gymnastics coach and I have a very strong interest in fitness. I find the strength exercises to be much too easy because I lift heavy weights at work on a daily basis.

    -I also have a very good sense of balance on 2 feet, 1 foot, or my hands. The yoga exercises are elementary compared to what I can do alone, yet Wii Fit tells me that I have poor balance. This is contrary to what I know to be realistically true.

    -It determines your BMI based solely on your weight and height. If you already have a lot of muscle tone (which weighs more than fat), the BMI will tell you you're fat, even if you really aren't. There has been controversy about BMI calculators because of this since it was introduced in the 1990s.

    -Your Wii Fit age is also determined based on this information. Even if more reliable fitness calculators determine that your "real" age is lower than your actual age, Wii Fit will not necessarily agree.

    -The balance board tells you that you need to stand very far forward on the balls of your feet to maintain good balance. This is a stance that is contrary to everything I know about balance.

    On the positive side, I love the hula hoop. It's fun and is a good workout for your core. Boxing is a lot of fun, too. You can also run, which is fantastic for rainy, snowy, or otherwise yucky days when you can't run outside. I end up sweating after about 1/2 an hour of playing the cardio games.

    On the whole, if you treat Wii Fit like a game and take it's advice with a grain of salt, you'll have a lot of fun with it. ...more info
  • Waste of time and money
    While the "game" is fun, it's no replacement for a real workout. I found the time between exercises painfully slow... and when you exclude all the talking and prep work and A-button mashing, you only get about 10 minutes of work out of a 30 minute "workout."

    I got the "My Fitness Coach" and it's much more intense than the wii fit. The balance board is basically a gimmick.

    After 6 months of light use on the wii fit, I sold mine on ebay for just about what I paid (wasn't in the mood to price gouge). I was disappointed with it and I STILL don't understand all the hype. It's just not that much fun....more info
  • Fun way to workout
    I have only played this game one time. The rest of my family says it's fun and have played several times. In order for this game to do you some good you have to be committed. Setting aside a time of day that you can workout uninterrupted....more info
  • Awesome Game/Tool
    I have been using this for about 3 months now and I think its great for those looking for a light workout and maybe even having some fun at times....more info
  • WII Fit is Very Cool and Creating Activity Log for a Prior Date
    The WII Fit is very cool! I really like the short workouts disguised as games. I only wish you could create your own workout routine. But the Favorites feature, based on what you do the most, works just fine.

    I also like that you can enter time for exercise activities outside of the WII Fit. You can enter an activity log for the current date. Or, if you want to enter an activity log for a prior date, you have to first go to the WII menu, go to settings, and change the calendar date to the prior date you want. Don't forget to change the calendar date back to the right date. When you change the calendar date to a prior date, some of your WII Fit Stamps will temporarily disappear. Don't worry. When you change the calendar date back to the right date, the WII Fit Stamps come back....more info
  • Fun Excercise
    Bought this to improve my balance. Turns out that the whole family enjoys it very much. Everyone wants to try it. With practice, you can get better at the games. Daughter can't wait to rent a game that takes the balance board; so you can use it for more than wii fit so basically I can only play it while she is in school....more info
  • Wii Fit entertaining as well as great excersize tool
    We just started using it but was impressed. Something you can enjoy with your kids......more info
  • Wii Fit is Great!
    I have had the best time with the Wii Fit! If you use it every day or every other day I feel you would benefit from the exercise and it is alot of fun to do with the whole family....more info
  • great game
    I am giving it a 4 star as i havent tried it completly. but its worth for sure. go ahead and buy it if you are thinking....more info
  • Unique Gaming Experience, Real Exercise a Bonus
    I have played over 40 hours of Wii Fit. The game is really well designed, and surprisingly, you will get some real exercise out of it. It is really fun and a unique gaming experience. However, you will probably lose interest after ~3 months. Unfortunately, they don't have a lot of other great games for the board. I have Shawn White Snowboarding and it is only OK.

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  • Great Product !!
    Excellent product for the beginner and advanced. It improves your overall fitness and wellness. Try it you will like it !!!...more info
  • Better Than Exercise Equipment
    You could spend upwards of $350 on one piece of exercise equipment. OR you could get a Wii and Wii Fit for the same price and get so much more:

    * A precise scale that tracks your progress.
    * Trainers that help you learn how to do the exercises.
    * Games that make you get off your duff and work it.
    * A way to track non-Wii Fit activities.
    * Competition with friends and family.
    * Great variation of exercises and games.
    * Motivation to keep at it.

    I am sooooo lazy about exercise. I have dusty exercise equipment strewn about the house.

    But I USE my Wii Fit. I love it. I love how it tracks my progress in each individual game and my overall fitness progress.

    Even if you are not looking to lose weight, this is a fun form of entertainment with the big bonus of getting your heart pumping. Excellent....more info
  • Help
    My legs and stomach have been burning for days and I still can't stop playing....more info
  • Great workout games
    This is a very good exercise games that give a good sweat and great results if you stay with it regularly. It has all kinds of games for fitness exercise and training your body for balancing composure. It is great for young and older adults but may not be for kids. I like the Hula, Boxing, Skiing, Step dancing, and Yoga. The Hula and Boxing will definitely give you a good sweat....more info
  • The Best!
    I'll keep this short. If you want a "real" workout, go with someone to a gym and make sure you also get a good instructor. Short of that, this game will weigh you, set goals, motivate you, improve your balance, give you a short course on a wide variety of exercises, sports, disciplines, and training that I would imagine everyone could learn from. If you are a pro or expert at your sport and train at least three times every week, you will realize the Wii is not the "real thing." As far as combining a broad spectrum of physical tests/games into a video game, the Wii Fit is a truly revolutionary and remarkable procuct....more info
  • A ton of fun!
    This is not only fun but good for you. It even tells you when you have been slacking off! It's used everyday....more info
  • great get active game system
    this system gets you off the couch. Makes you be active. Play it as a family. Really makes you take a look at your posture....more info
  • We're having family fun with Wii fit
    Our whole family is having fun working out with this product. Even th 4 year old loves it....more info
  • Yoga anyone?
    I bought this as a 55th birthday gift for my wife. Now we are using it daily to get healthy and lose weight. This is a great product, and far exceeded my expectations. If you would have told me 6 months ago, that I would be getting up at 5:30 AM every morning to work out with my virtual yoga instructor, I would not have believed you. Both the software and hardware are very high quality; yoga is exciting; strength exercises are motivating; balance games are too much fun! I can feel my ab strength improving, and my back pain is gone - in just 3 weeks. We love it!!...more info
  • Fun fitness
    Good product. Keeps track of your progress whether you workout with the program or on your own....more info
  • Fit-Fun
    I was really suprised with how the Wii Fit worked. The set up was really simple. The exercises are fun, but challenging at the same time. Only after a week I could see an improvement in my balance. I like how you can adjust to your own level and move at your own pace. The other plus is you do not have to leave your home to go to a gym. I would highly recommend this product to others who have minimal time to exercise. Hope everyone enjoys it as I have....more info
  • Wii Fit
    This does not even seem like your exercising when using the Wii Fit. Loads of fun and challenges. Just wish there was more of the Wii Step Class, love that one the most!...more info
  • excellent excersize option
    Wii-fit is excellent oportunity to complet your dayly exercize at home without baying any higly expensive equipments.It is also a smart one which helping you to control your achivments.Thanks to creator of this....more info
  • Having a ball and working out too!
    The Wii Fit is easy to use, motivating, and a lot of fun. I'm 50+ and have always avoided exercise as much as possible but with the Wii Fit I look forward to my daily routine. There are lots of different games, exercises, and motivating activities. It's the best $90 I've ever spent....more info
  • Great for all ages
    After hearing from friends how much fun they were having with their Wii Fit that they got for Christmas, I was anxious to order mine. I haven't been disappointed. My parents (in their 60's and 70's) as well as my 10 yr. old twins enjoy playing and exercising on it, too. Easy to stay busy for 30-45 minutes on it. Hope to see some good results as I work on doing it more consistently....more info
  • Addicting
    I am not one that played video games, but this is really addicting which is good when it comes to exercise. I like how it keeps track of your progress. It motivates me to try and do better each time. I do recommend....more info
  • fun
    This is the essential tool need for weight loss! Highly recommended to friends and family....more info
  • Great fun!
    The Wii Fit is a lot of fun. It really motivates you to get up and move around. I'm learning yoga poses and I get a little bit of cardio and I get to improve my balance. It's easy to track your progress. Overall, the Wii Fit is very much worth the investment!...more info
  • Wii fit is lots of fun!
    Love the games, especially in the aerobics and balance games sections. Product arrived quickly and safely and was easy to install....more info
  • Wii Fit
    It's a fun workout and you do feel a difference. My balance has improved a lot. The grandkids came over and had fun trying to beat my scores. I ROCK at ski jump!...more info
  • entry level exercise games
    We bought this for my wife to start getting in shape. She has enjoyed it. The step aerobic game is very basic, you may need to add a box under the wii fit board to get a good workout. The games are simple and can be fun if you like to compete against someone else for scores and stuff like that.

    The best feature is that is keeps a log of your gains/losses in weight, so it is easy to keep track of how you are doing.

    But if you are serious about getting in shape skip this product and order the P90X dvd's. It is much more advanced and you will see faster results overall if you put in the effort....more info
  • Wii Fit
    This is the greatest exercise game. When I use it I never feel like I use alot of time. It does not even feel like a normal workout because you are having to much fun. I would recomend this for everyone....more info
  • Pretty darned good
    The Wii Fit is a nice entertaining way to get some light to medium exercise. Don't expect to get your heart pounding too much unless you really concentrate on the advanced aerobic games. I do wish there were some way to make the trainers shut up and get down to business, but its only a minor annoyance. Overall, we really enjoy it....more info
  • Love It!
    The Wii Fit motivates me to exercise every day, something I can't seem to do on my own and I can't afford a personal trainer. It's easy to set up and easy to use. It keeps track of my progress. This is one of the best fitness-related purchases I have ever made and I would highly recommend a Wii Fit to anyone interested in performing regular exercise....more info
  • Wii Fit
    We enjoyed the wii fit,everyday we use it. It has something for everyone to enjoy, and help keep you fit. We also enjoy the Wii and all it's games.

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  • Wii Fit is Terrific!
    Absolutely love the Wii Fit! Not only are the games fun, but they're also good for you. ...more info
  • I love it!
    I love Wii Fit! It is hard to play the other games once your addicted to Wii Fit. I am a runner and I use it to track my fitness level for running. Oh, and I love heading soccer balls too!!!...more info
  • Not a real workout
    Like most of the other 3 star reviews, the balance board is great; the game is not really a workout. Too much time spent navigating between exercises. The balance games are fun. Seeing my WII me get thinner is fun. But I am getting my exercise at the gym or with WII Golds Gym Cardio Workout...more info
  • Gateway to Other Means of Exercise
    I've had my Wii Fit for a little over a month now and have used it every single day. I do around 30 - 45 minutes of exercises with it every morning alongside eating a proper diet. Thus far I've lost a little under 10 pounds (started at about 185.5 lbs).

    While I'm sure that simply eating properly would yield similar results within a longer period of time, the Wii Fit helps keep you motivated by tracking your results as well as total time spent exercising.

    The running, boxing, and hula-hooping (in that order) are by far the most difficult aerobic exercises in the Wii Fit. I'm 5'11, 29, male, and 176 pounds and can manage to get my heart rate up to 180 bpm by really pushing to excel at any of these three exercises. It's definitely a lot of work if you truly strive to get something out of it.

    The Wii Fit also holds back no punches. It will tell you exactly what you need to hear. As an example, a group of friends ventured to The Melting Pot restaurant for a grand dinner filled with an unimaginable amounts of calories and a couple days later... my Wii Fit made me choose the reasons as to why and how I let this happen. I sheepishly chose my selection as my Mii character held his head in shame.

    Overall it's been a great purchase. The best part of the Wii Fit is that it's encouraged me to do more exercising outside of the game and I have since started weight training. Friends and family have asked me about it and I tell them that it's been a gateway to other means of exercise. It's quite honestly the best $80 I've spent in quite some time.

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  • Good all around workout!
    WII Fit is a lot of fun and time flies by. As you persevere, new activities are unlocked, so boredom won't set in for a long time. I would probably have never tried yoga otherwise, but I use it on the wii fit and am surprised how hard it it to hold those positions! I've never been good about core training, and this is excellent core training. The only caveat: You must USE it! Don't let it sit unused! As with any workout program, you have to make time in your schedule to do it regularly....more info
  • Fitness even on bad hair days
    When I first heard about Wii Fit I was dubious. Then my hostess on a trip to Italy insisted that I try . . . and immediately was hooked. Have had it for less than a month, and can already see/feel muscles in my arms on my tummy that I haven't had before. My chiropractor is going to be delighted by my yoga-rebalanced body. AND it doesn't matter how bad I look/feel, Wii Fit doesn't judge, it's happy to see me anyway....more info

 

 
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