Wii Fit features four main categories to choose from: Strength Training, Aerobics, Yoga and Balance Games. As players spend time exercising, they’ll earn Fit Credits that unlock additional exercises and activities within these categories. Wii Fit also tracks the activities players do the most and puts them into the Favorites category.
Wii Fit Categories:
- Strength Training: Put strength to the test.
- Aerobics: Get the heart pumping with fun, interactive Aerobic exercises.
- Yoga: Work on balance and flexibility with Yoga poses.
- Balance Games: Get into the action with fun, balanced-based games.
Create a Profile:
Before players jump into doing exercises and activities, they’ll start by creating their own profile. Choose a Mii™ character, enter height and age information and do a few quick tests.
- BMI Check: BMI, or Body Mass Index, is a measure of body fat based on height and weight used by agencies such as the World Health Organization and the National Institutes of Health. To check BMI, players enter their height, then stand on the Wii Balance Board and let it read their weight.
- Wii Fit Age: After players have checked their BMI, they’ll do a basic balance test and find out their current Wii Fit Age. This basic balance test measures how well they can control their left and right balance. Based on the results, they’ll be assigned a Wii Fit Age.
Keep tabs on daily progress with easy-to-understand graphs and charts. Using their personal profile, players can set goals, view a graph of their BMI results over time, see how many Fit Credits they’ve earned, check their Wii Fit Age, and even enter exercise time they’ve done outside of Wii Fit. It’s all about coming back and exercising a little every day, and the personal profile makes tracking daily progress simple and easy.
- Quickly check Wii Fit Age and BMI without even putting the game disc into the console by going directly to the Wii Fit Channel.
- Up to eight family members can create their own profiles in Wii Fit. On the profile-selection screen, everyone in the family can see each other’s recent BMI progress and Fit Credit total. This will allow families to have a friendly competition to exercise and get fit.