I’m having a hard time getting back into the swing of the Mii Fit thing, and I’m having a hard time watching those calories I take in. Good thing Wii Fit Plus is there to remind me of them.
Despite the fact this isn’t EA Sports Active, the squats make their dreaded return in what was otherwise a rather short, mild, but satisfying workout today.
You’d think doing push-up and sit-ups and running through an obstacle course would help one burn calories…think again.
It’s the first day of my journey to a better Mii…again.
Wii Fit Plus arrives just in time to fix the problems with the original and to help us get fit in time for those fattening holidays.
Gold’s Gym recently partnered with Ubisoft to release their very first videogame. Is this the best way to get a Gold’s Gym workout in the comfort of your own home? Read on to find out.
Wii Fit has been the undisputed king of the “exercise game” since it’s release last year. However, some pretty solid contenders are entering the arena, among them the first videogame from Gold’s Gym. How do they measure up, and more importantly, can it help you get fit? Read on, friends, read on.
It’s my three month update of life on Wii Fit, and you may be surprised by the results. I know I have been.
It’s been an interesting week of Wii Fit. I’ve made some good progress towards my new goal, reached new highs in various challenges, and I have the same hair style as my trainer…which I’m not sure how to feel about..
Well it’s been a long journey full of hard work and minor changes, and now I’ve come to the end of it…at least for the purposes of this daily blog. So now that I’ve had Wii Fit as apart of my daily routine for thirty days, is it safe to say that this “exercise game” really can help you get fit?
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