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Nintendo Wii and Wii U Fitness Guide

Wii Fit Guide

A combination of fitness and fun, designed for everyone, young and old

Helping families get fit and maintain their health

Wii U for Fitness
Wii Fit U is the successor to the revolutionary Wii Fit series which sold over 22 million. The reason is that it works - making fitness fun and accessible to all ages and levels. It includes 19 new activities including dance plus Wii Fit favorites. Stay on track with the new advanced Wii Fit U meter. View Wii Fit U Guide >

Wii Fit Plus

Top 5 reasons to work out on the Wii and Wii U:

  1. It's suitable for all ages and fitness levels.
  2. It's fun, so it keeps you engaged and more likely to stay with it.
  3. It's customizable, so you can tailor a workout specifically to you.
  4. It's less money than a gym membership and personal trainer.
  5. It's private, with an on-screen personal trainer right there in your home.

With more than 22 million copies sold worldwide, Wii Fit Plus and Wii Fit U are the premier fitness games on the Wii console. There are more than 70 activities covering aerobics, balance, cardio, strength training, and yoga. Players can create customized routines to fit their skill levels and fitness goals. Exercise is combined with fun games and mental stimulation to keep players entertained and active.

Interactive fitness gaming in the comfort and privacy of your home

Players interact with the games and activities in front of them. Exercises aren't just shown they're taught. The Balance Board and Wii Remote let your Wii console monitor the movements that are made, so the on-screen instructor can gently correct and optimize their workouts.

For a fraction of the cost of a gym membership and personal trainer fees, a virtual trainer will guide players through a customized program designed to fit THEIR needs. So even if you are a beginner or just getting started, Wii fitness will conform to fit you.

Customer Testimonial

Getting in Shape
Kellie Hunter from Madison, TN United States

My first impression was oh my gosh, how am I ever going to do all of this. It's easy and fun. I haven't done all of the exercises yet but I do know that it's going to be fun getting in shape again. Very impressed.

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Wii Fitness for Everyone

Wii Fit for Adults Wii Fit for Seniors Wii Fit for Kids Wii Fit for Multiplayer Wii Fit for Schools
Wii Fit for Adults Wii Fit for Seniors Wii Fit for Kids Wii Fit for Multiplayer Wii Fit for Schools

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Nintendo Wii Fit Plus vs. The Gym

Wii Fit Plus The Gym
Nintendo Wii with Wii Fit Essentials Workout Bundle The Gym
First year total costs, including initiation and monthly fees $259.98 (Nintendo Wii with Wii Fit Essentials Workout Bundle) $775 a
Total annual cost for each year after the first $0 $511 a
Personalized training $0 $60-$70 b
Fitness classes $0 Up to $10 per class
Racquet, tennis and sports courts $0 Up to $30 an hour
Transportation and fuel costs $0 Depends on distance from gym
Available 24/7? Yes Depends on gym
Wait times for equipment? No Yes, up to 15 minutes or more during peak hours
Privacy? Yes No

Wii Fit is trusted and proven, and has been endorsed by the American Heart Association2 and the UK Department of Health3. You can find Wii Fit and other Wii exercise games at schools, hospitals, rehabilitation centers and assisted living facilities all across the country.

  • Wii is a fraction of the cost of a gym membership or personal trainer, and you can work out in the privacy of your home.
  • Wii offers customizable games and accessories designed to meet individual health needs, from weight loss and aerobics to strength training, yoga and balance.
  • Wii is endorsed by the American Heart Association.
  • Wii makes fitness fun. It's tailored to your needs and can be done on your time, increasing your success.
  • There are fitness titles for all ages and abilities from kids in school to seniors and people with medical conditions.
  • It is a great way to keep the family active all year.
  • Wii is used by schools, libraries, hospitals, rehabs and assisted-living facilities to promote wellness, and as a valuable physical and occupational therapy tool.

a Median annual cost as reported by the International Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association
b Average cost according to Dr. Sal Arria, president of the National Board of Fitness Educators

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