A new, fun way to get fit.
Wii Fit works directly with your Wii console to bring health and balance back into your life offering fun, exciting activities that everyone can enjoy! Get fit with over 40 activities and exercises, including strength training, aerobics, yoga, and games.
The Wii Balance Board Accessory
Bring Balance to Your Life.
Step onto the Wii Balance Board accessory and into a fun way to get fit! The Wii Balance Board allows you to control on-screen action with your body movements as you work your way through a variety of exciting challenges.
Wii Fit allows you to create your own personal profile. You can set training goals for yourself, test your balance, track your progress with daily workouts and even unlock new exercises and activities! Plus, up to eight profiles can be registered. You can challenge your family and friends to get fit along with you. You can even track each other's progress! To create your personal profile, first you choose a Mii. (A Mii is a caricature of yourself that you create using a simple set of menus - hairstyle, eye color, clothing... it's all your choice!) Once you've customized your Mii, then you enter your height and date of birth. After a few simple tests, you'll be all ready to go...
Body Mass Index (BMI) Check:
After you've entered your information, just stand on the Wii Balance Board accessory. Wii Fit will check your BMI for you. BMI is used to measure body fat based on height and weight. This standard of measurement is used by health agencies worldwide. Your BMI will be tracked with your profile and you can perform a BMI check whenever you want in the privacy of your own home.
Wii Fit Age:
After you've checked your BMI, Wii Fit will check your balance to find out your current Wii Fit Age. The balance test will measure how well you can control your balance while standing on the Wii Balance Board. Based on the results, you'll be assigned a Wii Fit Age. The better you become at controlling your balance, the younger your Wii Fit Age will become!
Wii Fit Categories
Now you're ready to get fit!
Wii Fit has four main exercise categories to choose from: Strength Training, Aerobics, Yoga and Balance Games. With Wii Fit, you can choose an interactive personal trainer to show you how to do each exercise properly for the most benefit. As you exercise, you will earn Fit Credits that unlock additional exercises and activities.
Put your strength to the test! Exercises like Torso Twists help to define your waistline while the Push-up and Side Plank exercise helps build your chest, shoulders, and arms. You can also work on your lower body with exercises like the Lunge and Rowing Squat. Each exercise is designed to target those tough-to-tone areas.
Get your heart pumping with fun, interactive aerobic exercises! Hit the heavy bag with Rhythm Boxing. Advanced Step will make you work up a sweat. Don't want to go outside? Just grab the Wii Remote controller and try a Free Run. Free Run allows you to go for a jog in the park without ever leaving your home.
Work on your balance and flexibility with yoga poses. Your virtual trainer will show you how to do each pose correctly. The difficulty of the poses will be based on your experience level. The more you do the more poses you can unlock! With poses like Half-Moon, Tree and Warrior, you can relax and breathe your way to a more centered you.
Wii Fit also lets you get into the action with exhilarating balance based mini-games. Hit the slopes in Ski Jump or shred the slalom in Snowboarding. Lean your body to get the marbles into their holes in Table Tilt. Don't fall off in Tightrope Walk!
Track Your Results
Keep tabs on your progress.
Easy-to-understand graphs and charts allow you to track your daily progress with your personal profile. You can set goals for yourself, check your Wii Fit Age and BMI for improvement and even enter any exercise time that you've done outside of using Wii Fit. It's your very own fitness log. Up to eight people can track their personal profiles in Wii Fit. From the profile-selection screen, you can view each other's progress. A little friendly competition never hurt!