Wii Fit: How I Learned to Love the Wii Balance Board
So I got into being a healthier person thanks to this game and now here’s a Humorous review.
I’m sorry, but the title above is misleading, based on how I’ve loved Wii Fit and Balance Board before I even got it in the mail a few weeks back. So if any of you feel betrayed by my oh so horrible lie, then please and by no means feel limited in how you may voice your complaints as I won’t give a shit *Laughs*.
My heart broken, body crumbled up on the floor, all I could do was swear at Wii Fit for all it was worth (but while this doesn’t paint a overall positive image of my love for Wii Fit, you just need to hang on a little bit). The only thing flickering in my mind (Besides the torrent of hate spewing out of me) came in the clear and I do mean this; I was enjoying the exercise involved, that’s right I was enjoying the pain coursing through me, I was enjoying the undeniable thought of “If I keep this up I might actually become a healthier person for it” and by a chance, I have after only a few weeks (About two and a half to be precise, but who’s counting). I’ve managed to lose a nice 3 pounds off my (If I’m honest) roundish figure and how you ask that I as a gamer could possibly put myself through the ordeal of using a gaming console as a source of exercise? How indeed? Considering Nintendo had made it more about the exercise and less about the little trips to the “Mini Game Market”. I could right now blabber on about how it works or I could present a simple explanation for each category presented below…..I think the below works best.
Let’s see, we have a Yoga instructor (I went with the woman for this) She’s nice for someone who doesn’t move her lips and asks of you to pretend she’s your reflection (I can honestly say, by doing that I feel more attractive already). You go through a brief training session in which she makes it sound easy, but when you enter the actual move (The first few you have to chose from, are freaking simple, but be warned later on they will grow more difficult as you progress with unlocking more Yoga moves). The whole experience at first can feel slightly annoying, but you’ll be glad once you’re sure of one thing, when you say without a problem “I’m in there”.