Get The Family Fit For Summer With Wii Fit

16 April 2008

Wii Fit is a new exercise game that launches on 25th April at Gamestation stores nationwide. Designed to get you and your family up on your feet and moving, Wii Fit combines fitness with fun by using the all-new‘Wii Balance Board’.

Allowing you to get fitter in the comfort of your own home the Wii Balance Board has been created exclusively for the Wii console and is fun and simple to use. It’s pressure sensitive as well as wireless so that it easily goes on the floor in front of your TV.

Helpful tutorials are provided throughout the game by a personal on-screen fitness trainer who is on hand to offer encouragement and set improvement goals for you and your family. Allowing up to 8 people to monitor their progress and performance at any one time, players can calculate their BMI and measure the center of their bodily balance to establish their Wii Fit Age.

With 4 training categories including Aerobic Exercises, Muscle Workouts, Yoga and Balance Games, Wii Fit will help to improve your body balance and control, burn fat, tone and increase aerobic stamina. With an array of activities including the likes of Hula Hoop™, Ski Jump, Press-up Challenge, Rhythm Boxing, Rowing Squat, Lunges and Yoga, players can be sure they won’t get bored!

Wii Fit costs£69.99 and is available to buy from over 240 Gamestation stores nationwide as well as online at Gamestation also stocks the other latest games and consoles, both new and pre owned, in addition to the full range of iPods, accessories and collectable items.

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