Summary: I have to say it is quite pricy and can be picky when you try to sync it to the wii. It is not easy to set up but once it is set up, it is great- for some people. I found I didnt use mine as much as I thought I would, but I use it enough to not make it worth it to return it.
Summary: I feel like I'm in the minority giving Wii Fit 3 stars, but three stars isn't a bad review. My main qualm, is that as far as fitness goes, I get a much better workout going to the gym, or even better yet going outside and playing tennis or jogging.
Summary: The Wii Fit Plus is very fun overall; this is the first time I've been able to do yoga without giving up five minutes in because the person is going too quickly. The other things on it are fun as well. I really like all the games on it, and the strength training is helpful, too.
Summary: Each person's experience with this game is going to differ greatly. Obviously. What I find fun, someone else won't. I only really enjoyed a couple of the activities: the hula hoop, the ski jump, and the kickboxing.
Summary: I bought my wife the Wii Fit Plus with balance board because she wanted it. First, my wife really likes it. I also liked it a good bit at first. It has a lot of fun games and has some good exercises. I have three problems with it. First, my wii character on there will always look fat. I am 5'9".
Summary: I bought this to encourage physical activity. Unfortunatly, while it kept telling me (slightly overweight & very out of shape) that I was healthy, it kept telling my healthy growing child she was fat.
Summary: I have had the Wii Fit Plus for a few months now, so I thought I'd submit a review. While it is fun, I really don't feel that it provides a proper workout. Here are the good and bad points about the system as I see them. The good: 1.The games are fun and engaging.
Summary: This is still fun, its reasonably priced...I like that its essentially an upgrade and you no longer need to insert the original Wii Fit in the drive.
Pros: I like the addition of the new balance games and the ability to add family members (such as kids/dogs). Also adding the METs is nice.
Cons: Assessing your BMI is still way off, I'm overweight, but not THAT overweight and 6'1"...which as a result throws off the Calories Burned when doing various exercises. I use this primarily for the Aerobics and there is nothing new in that category, which I was disappointing with.
Summary: This game is a great idea for: -Those just starting out with exercise -Wintertime when it's too cold to go outside -Warm-Up before a long walk or jog -Those that can't afford a gym membership or yoga sessions -Procrastinators- the people who make excuses why they don't have the time to work out Not...