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Wii Fit?

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

So the Target by me has Wii Fit and throws in the Biggest Loser game for $99. I was wondering if anyone thought it would be worth a try. I do go to my local gym and I use home dvd's but wasn't sure if this would be something worth buying.

On a lighter note, I lost 3 pounds last week and couldn't be more ecstatic. I'm so thrilled with those results and so happy I joined SP. Thank you to everyone for the support and kind words. I look forward to losing another 3 (hopefully) this week!!!

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  • JETERSGAL729
    I wouldn't expect a 3 lb weight loss every week and try not to get frustrated when you don't either since that will make your stress hinder you further progress. I lost 3.4 lbs my first week and have not lost that much in one week since. And I've done a lot harder workouts and ate better than I did that first week but still haven't done it. Some weeks I stay the same, others I will lose 1.5 lbs or less, sometimes a lil more but not too much. But then I've also slipped a few times and gained. I am currently trying to keep it from going up and my goal is for it to go in the right direction from now on! :)
    2134 days ago
  • SIERRA924
    I don't personally use it but my sparkbuddie swears by it!
    2155 days ago
  • HEARTS116
    Thank you! I appreciate the feedback. The sale ends on Saturday so I'll consider it. Plus we are currently snowed in so I can't go now even if I wanted to!
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    2157 days ago
  • JENMARS20
    I would highly recommend it! I love my Wii fit. You can personalize it to create workouts. It gives feedback and can be something that makes you smile. I've also heard great things about the Biggest Loser game! Good luck!
    2157 days ago
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