Wii Fit will help you work up a sweat, but it’s not as smooth and fun a workout as you’d probably like, it takes the whole concept of games as exercise to a new level with the inclusion of a balance board peripheral that can tell you on the fly exactly how well–or how poorly–you’re doing with its various activities. As such, Nintendo is heavily marketing this innovative title as a mixture of fitness and fun, and for the most part it works. It’s a good alternative for those bored with the repetitiveness of going to a gym or too self-conscious to join a yoga or aerobics class.The sensitive Wii Fit balance board The aerobic and balance activities represent the fun side of Wii Fit with 18 games to choose from. The aerobic games include hula hoops, Wii Sports-like boxing, step dancing, jogging, and more. The balance activities are what most casual users of Wii Fit will first gravitate to, and include ski jump, ski slalom, snowboarding (where you have to turn the balance board sideways), a table tilt game where you have to use your shifting weight in a Mercury Meltdown-style challenge.Test Your Wii health Wii Fit exercises do have the potential to positively impact your health, focusing more on improving muscle tone and balance than on cardio and weight loss. What it does offer is a better way to track your weight, body mass index (BMI), and time spent exercising both within the game itself and from any other external activities, providing users with a strong anchor for a more expansive fitness regime should they have the motivation.As a title focused on health, Wii Fit makes some fairly significant judgments about its users’ fitness. This happens right from when your Mii is first registered with the game; after inputting a date of birth and height, you’re asked to step on the balance board for a weigh-in. From the height and weight data, a user’s BMI is calculated, with the user tagged as underweight, ideal, or overweight depending on the BMI score. A simple balance test then occurs (usually involving having to shift your balance to certain areas within a time limit) before your Wii Fit Age is displayed in large numbers on the screen. Only one Wii Fit Age result can be recorded daily, although you can practice the variety of balance tests as many times as you want.Wii exercises In structure, Wii Fit is most similar to the various Brain Training games on the Nintendo DS, with the title broken down into a series of exercises that players can do regularly to improve their health. These exercises are split into four different categories: yoga, muscle, aerobic, and balance. The yoga and muscle categories feel the most like traditional exercise, with 15 yoga poses and 15 muscle-toning moves to work through. The muscle-toning section, with basic lunges mixed in with more strenuous activities such as the parallel stretch and push-ups. You can choose male or female for your virtual trainer to guide you through the yoga and muscle exercises, giving you praise or criticism depending on how well or how bad you’re doing.Wii fit Yoga Is your poster suffering have you ever wanted to try yoga, but were a bit shy to attend a class?, then yoga training with Wii Fit is the answer to those questions. You get realistic training from an online instructor, who can detect how you are performing. If you find yourself shaking when doing one of the poses, your trainer will might respond with helpful tips on how to steady yourself. With Wii fit Yoga training is easy to do and follow.Get more information on how to download Wii Fit.