True stories... only funnier.
I am excited about the Wii Fit.I want one.I think.Do you have one?How do you like it?
With love, from
Walking the walk
Got it.Haven't tried it.Will keep you posted...
I think I want one.I'm waiting to see how many people it makes cry first...
Hap: Get on it, guinea pig! Thumper and I are waiting!Thumper: How many people have to cry before you get one?
I'm thinking if anyone cries, I'll forgo the Wii torture...
Hubby brought it home yesterday - wanna come try it out at my house?? I haven't had a chance yet to even read the book - but the box looked fun!
Richmond: I would love to try it at your house, but you'd all have to leave. And take all your mirrors with you.
::Climbs off Wii::It's excellent! Never do you feel over-worked but it is a challenge. There are 4 sets of exercises: Yoga, Cardio, Strength & Balance. The Balance is the toughest (for me) but all of them work well together.It also tracks your stats & gives you the skinny (sorry) on your progress. The down side? You get to see how much blubber you really have as the Wii-Board takes your data & inputs it into a likewise-shaped Mii. Motivating...but not flattering (yet).I think you'll like it overall & it's well worth the buy. You can work up a sweat in ways that don't involve struggling to open a pickle jar. :-)
Hap: Mmmm... pickles...::shakes head to clear it::Hey, that's great news! I've been hearing pretty much the same from the Wii marketing staff, but it's good to hear it from someone not on the Wii payroll.I have informed the husband that the Wii Fit is the only thing on my birthday wish list this year.He's good with that. :)
SWMBO picked one up about 10 days ago. It's huge fun, and a great way to get real exercise at random moments throughout the day.I'm waiting until the next generation: a transmitter that'll plug right into your colon and generate electrical signals that will stimulate and tone your musculature from the inside out, all while showing you pictures of cheeseburgers.
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