Having fun while exercising, now that sound good to me. It gets even more fun to be able to exercise with close friends and family and compare results – in a healthy competitive way. You can do wii to play with your kids at the same time taking them excercising. And if you’re like me who kinda lazy to go to gym maybe wii will help, even just a lil bit to burn those extra calories. Wii fit from nitendo has been introduced since May 21st, although it is quite new it has gain quick popularity that makes over 2 millon sales up till now, the question many new non gamers curious is: does will fit really working the way it suppose to work? find out more and read the review here. And discover more from the global wii fit experience website (in english) here.
I found more info bout wii fit while browsing ebay =) here goes the info, hope will be helpful:
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.
- Body Mass Index (BMI): A weight evaluation based on a ratio of weight to height.
- 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.
- Wii Fit includes more than 40 types of training activities designed to appeal to all members of a household. Training falls into four fitness categories: Aerobic Exercise: 10-minute exercises that are designed to get the heart pumping. Muscle Conditioning: Controlled motions using arms, legs and other body parts. Yoga Poses: Classic poses that focus on balance and stretching. Balance Games: Fun activities, such as ski jumping and heading soccer balls, that challenge the player’s overall body balance.
and here’s a wii trailer, enjoy