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Wii Fit Video Game

Updated on September 16, 2012

Video games are exciting and they add “life” into our lives. What’s most exciting about video games is that they look virtually real and interactive. By giving scores and giving different backgrounds, scenarios, and challenges to its users, it makes users feel the interaction between themselves and the game. Wii fit is one such game; it makes users feel the interaction and therefore raise enthusiasm among its users.


Wii fit is a video game with a difference. It literally makes gamers ‘get into the game’ and eventually get in shape. While most gamers would be playing games just by sitting down in front of a computer or any gaming platform, wii fit gamers would be ‘in’ the game and performing them.


Wii fit can help its users lose weight, learn a new workout, and keep track of fitness levels. What’s new about Wii fit is that it caters to both people who are into healthy living and gamers alike. People who are determined to lose weight can use Wii fit to help them achieve their goals. People also who are into regular workouts can use Wii fit as an exciting diversion from their regular workouts.


If you are into losing weight and a beginner in the workout area, Wii fit can help you learn to do your workouts more properly. It can work as your personal trainer and help you keep track of your progress. This way, you will be able to set your goals in a proper way and avoid hurting yourself in the long run.


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Few of the features Wii fit has and you can use to help you set your goals:

  1. You can learn how to properly perform a specific exercise

  2. You can check your BMI (body mass index)

  3. You can check your Wii fit age. By checking your wii fit age, the game will determine your balance.

  4. You can check on your progress

  5. You have at least 40 exercises to perform


Four Categories of Wii Fit

  1. Strength training. Different strength training exercises will help you tone your muscles.

  2. Aerobics. Aerobics are fun and gives you a good and healthy workout.

  3. Yoga. Yoga will help you improve your balance, flexibility, and give you a mind and body workout.

  4. Balance games. Balance games will help you improve your balance.


Wii Fit - IGN Review

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    • cgull8m profile image

      cgull8m 7 years ago from North Carolina

      They look awesome, I would love to have this and test it out. Great to see they added exercises part in video gaming, takes it to a different level.

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      BeatsMe 7 years ago

      Hi Cgull, glad you liked this. I sure hope you'd be able to get this. I've read in many blogs' comments that they have difficulty finding one. I hope the manufacturers take care of this problem.

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      cgull8m 7 years ago from North Carolina

      BeatsMe, yes, it is very difficult to get and still command a premium price.

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      BeatsMe 7 years ago

      Maybe in the future, this problem will be resolved. Good luck. :)

    • quicksand profile image

      quicksand 7 years ago

      Watched the video once. Must watch it again at leisure. Cheers!

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      BeatsMe 7 years ago

      Hi Quicksand, I'm glad you liked the video I chose. There are many videos about Wii fit, I chose this one because it gave details. :)

    • katyzzz profile image

      katyzzz 7 years ago from Sydney, Australia

      That's a quite comprehensive work out beats me, but beats me how anyone actually sticks at it once the novelty has worn off.

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      Cindy Vine 7 years ago from Cape Town

      Just bought one and we have to synchronise it with our wii but we haven't a clue how!

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      BeatsMe 7 years ago

      Hi Katyzzz, good point. I think it is best to treat this as an exercise machine instead of treating it as a game. If it's done that way, like treadmill, it won't be passed off as another novelty game, hopefully. Besides, it's going to give a comprehensive workout, as you've said and hopefully, users will develop a good workout discipline in the long run. Thanks for dropping by and giving us your thoughts. :)

      Heheheh. Hi Cindyvine, good luck. :) Don't they have technicians or tech support, they should help you set up your wii. Vendors shouldn't expect you to automatically know what to do, ask them for help. Best of luck.

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