Get Fit In A Wii

Written by Oonagh Reidy     15/11/2011 | 01:33 | Category: CONSOLE

Nintendo go hell for leather on its Wii Fit Plus Pack, throwing in a Nintendo Wii, Fit Plus and the Balance Board ahead of Christmas rush.

Get Fit In A Wii


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The limited ed. is available from 1 December 2011, for AU $249.95.

The Wii Fit Plus Pack includes: the new configuration Wii, Wii Fit Plus, Wii Remote Plus, a Nunchuk and the Wii Balance Board, which is available in black for the first time.

Over 1.3 million Australians workout using the Wii Fit, through yoga, muscle workouts, jogging programmes and the likes, according to Nintendo.

Wii Fit Plus offers everything that the original Wii Fit did, plus the option of customising your work outs, additional exercises and 15 new balance games.

It will even tell you how many calories you've burned.

The streamlined new configuration Wii console has been designed to sit horizontally on a flat surface, rather than vertically as did the original Wii.

Wii also let you do some bizzare extras with an option to "weigh your baby and even your cat and dog." Hmm, we might just stick with the workouts.


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