Wii Fit has taken the idea of Wii console exercise to another level with the release of the Wii Fit balance board. Many people want to know if paying the money for this Nintendo Wii extension is actually going to show them results. Is the Nintendo Wii Fit just a bunch of hype to get you to buy more for the Nintendo Wii console? Find out in my Wii Fit review article that gives straight facts about the latest release for the Wii. Also learn how to setup your Wii Fit profile if you have already purchased your Wii Fit.
Setting Up Your Wii Fit Profile
Before you jump onto your Wii Fit once you’ve purchased one, you need to create a profile before you can start exercising and beginning activities. Setting up your Wii Fit profile is easy but it must be done to begin. It needs to gather information about you, so that it can calculate your ideal weight and other important weight properties. This will allow the Wii Fit to make a schedule for you and how much weight you should probably try to lose with the exercise program. To begin you need to enter your height and age then start the process with a few quick tests to begin your exercise routine.
You will have to start by taking a BMI check or body mass index. This will measure your body fat, which is based on weight and height and it is the method used by many agencies. Quick and easy step BMI check consist of you entering your height, then stepping on the Wii Fit balance board that records your weight. This is all you have to do to successfully check your BMI with your Wii Fit, so now you are one step closer to beginning your exercise routine.
The last step you need to complete before you can start exercising and playing games is adding your Wii Fit age. Once your BMI is recorded you will have to do a balance test that is very basic and quick. This will calculate the Wii Fit Age that is required to begin. The Wii Fit Age is all based on your results from the quick tests.
Nintendo Wii Fit Extension – Wii Fit Review
Is the newest Nintendo release Wii Fit really worth it? Or is just a bunch of hype that is a big waste of money? Maybe with this Wii Fit review article will let you make the decision yourself, if you think the Wii Fit is worth it. Personally since the release of the Wii Fit, I have been infatuated with this revolutionizing piece of gaming equipment. Pretty much, all I wanted to know is if it really worked for people and actually showed them results when working out with Wii Fit. The Wii Fit is commonly considered just an exercise tool, but the Wii Fit has other games such as snowboarding and other games. Don’t get me wrong though, these games still have the potential of the player losing weight.
One thing you need to know before you buy a Wii Fit, which is don’t buy it with the intentions that the Wii Fit is going to lose the weight you want to lose for you. You need to have a drive and a desire to lose your ideal weight with Wii Fit because it’s obviously not going to do all the work for you. The Nintendo Wii itself has changed the way that anyone can exercise and with the release of Wii Fit it takes this concept to an entire new level. Using the Wii Fit balance board will let you know just how well or not so well, when you are doing with the various activities. Over Christmas time this year and to this day, Nintendo has been marketing their precious Wii Fit all over the web and television. They want people to know that it is a mixture of fun and fitness; even though it is aimed at losing weight it is also great for entertainment. On the fitness side of Wii Fit, it can take the same old and boring repetition of working out in the gym or not wanting to join an aerobics or yoga class. Some people are just self conscious about going to a class or a gym to work out in front of other people, the Wii Fit gives you the privacy to work out on your own time and in the comfort of your own home.
Wii Fit Critics Review – Is Wii Fit A Scam?
Of course there are Wii Fit haters out there, just like everything else out there in world. Many people went head over heels with the release of the Wii Fit, but there is also a descent amount of criticism from people. Many people have reported that the BMI analysis wasn’t working correctly or was not accurate. Some critics of say the Wii Fit is just an excuse for people not wanting to do “real exercise.” There have actually been reports of people buying a Wii Fit and getting on it to do the quick tests, then the Wii Fit’s software told them they were fat and it upset some people. Some people said that there have been people that started playing the game and they were real skinny people, and then the Wii Fit told them they were fat even though they were skinny.
Experts are debating how the Wii Fit uses body mass index (BMI) as a method of judging a user’s health. People are debating the way the BMI classifies a user as “underweight,” “ideal,” and some have been classified as “fat.” While the Wii Fit is said to be pretty accurate in determining an adult’s BMI, but when it does it for children it is said to be inaccurate. This is because a child’s BMI can actually change from day to day, so the Wii Fit BMI for children can be misleading to young gamers. However since the release of the Wii Fit, Nintendo has apologized for the terminology used to describe the players with the BMI and have reportedly added a warning for players on the game.