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Wii Fit U - List of Games and other Features

Monday, January 27, 2014

I just got my game last week so I still haven't opened up all the levels but this is a list of the games that are on there.

When you log on, you have an option of uploading your Fit Meter data or doing it later. You wear the Fit Meter during the day which counts your steps and keeps track of elevation changes. There are Walking Challenges and Altitude Challenges.

Walking Challenges - Chicago, London, New York, Hawaii, Tokyo, Berlin, Sydney, and a Tour of Italy.

Atititude Challenges - Statue of Liberty, Eiffel Tower, Grand Canyon, Pyramids, Mount Fuji, Mont Blanc, Mount Everest, and Burj Khalifa.

Balance Games:
Soccer Heading - Beginner, Advanced, Extra
Ski Jump - Beginner, Extra
Trampoline Target
Table Tilt - Beginner, Advanced, Plus
Rhythm Kung Fu - Beginner (since there is a beginner, I imagine there is a advanced)
Ski Slalom - Beginner, Advanced
Hosedown - Beginner, Advanced
Perfect 10 - Beginner, Advanced
Dessert Course - Beginner
Snowball Fight - Beginner
Obstacle Course - Beginner, Advanced
Ultimate Obstacle Course - Beginner
Tilt City - Beginner, Advanced
Core Luge - Beginner, Advanced
Balance Bubble - Beginner, Advanced, Plus, Extra
Scuba Search - Beginner, Advanced
Bird's Eye Bull's Eye - Beginner
Climbing - Beginner, Advanced

Beginner Dance with explanation - and no explanation
Hula Dance Beginner with explanation - and no explanation
Jazz Dance Beginner with explanation and no explanation
Hip-Hop Beginner
Locking - Beginner
Flamenco - Beginner
Salsa - Beginner
Burning Beats - a 5 minute dance exercise (endurance)

Hula Hoop - Beginner, Extra
Super Hula Hoop - Beginner
Puzzle Squash - Beginner, Advanced
Basic Step - Beginner, Extra
Advanced Step - Beginner
Free Step - 10 min, 20 min, 30 min
Rhythm Boxing - Beginner
Free Boxing - 5 min
Basic Run - Short
2-P Run
Free Run - 10 min, 20 min, 30 min
Orienteering, Beginner, Advanced, Expert
Island Cycling - Beginner, Advanced
Driving Range - Driver
Rowing Crew - Beginner, Advanced, Expert

Straight Training:
Single-Leg Extension
Push-up and Side Plank
Torso Twists
Rowing Squats
Single Leg Twists
Sideways Leg Lift
Tricep Extension
Arm-and-Leg Lift
Single Arm Stand
Balance Bridge
Side Lunge
Single Leg Reach
Jacknife Challenge

Deep Breathing
Sun Salutation
Standing Knee
Palm Tree
Downward Facing Dog
Spinal Twist
Shoulder Stand
Spine Extension
Grounded V

The Personal Trainer options, I wrote about yesterday so can check it out there. I did forget to add that you can pick between exercise time and Calories Burned. You can select a Calorie Goal. For example Fried Chicken (4.2 oz) which is 265. I chose Type: Random, and Activity Level: Random and this is what the Personal Trainer comes up to burn off those 265 calories:
Single Arm Stand
Single Leg Reach
Rowing Squats
Jazz Beginner
Free Boxing - 5 min
Jazz Beginner
Side Lunge - 10
Tilt City - Advanced
Plank - 30 sec
Balance Bubble - Adv
Single Leg Extension
Obstacle Course - Adv
Balance Bubble - Extra
Salsa - Beginner
Basic Run - Short
Shoulder Stand
Ultimate Obstacle Course - Beg
Puzzle Squash - Adv
Core Luge - Beg
Sun Salutation
Advanced Step - Beg
Free Run - 10 min
Hosedown - Beg
Trampoline Target
Arm and Leg Lift
Free Step - 10 min
Soccer Heading - Beg

It says it will take about 83 minutes and will burn 269 calories (according to your weight I guess). Looking at the list of exercises and how long it will take to do, will kind of make you double think that piece of fried chicken.

They have the Wii Fit U Routines for Lifestyle, Health, Youth, Form, and Vitality. You can combine all the exercises like you did with Wii Fit Plus.

I like the idea of coming up with your own routines. This game, you can come up with 3 of your own routines. What I especially like about this, is it's not just the yoga and strength training, like it was with the Wii Fit Plus. This includes all the games!

And, you have gym communities where you can interact with other members. It's like a message board that you can post your achievements and like what others have done too.

Overall, I really like this game!


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
WALLAHALLA 3/27/2015 11:51PM


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LOPEYP 7/24/2014 7:06PM

    Thanks for the info. A lot of it seems the same as others said.

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INDYBUG 2/3/2014 3:56PM

    You can play all of the Wii games on the Wii U, which is really nice. And you can also transfer all of your data if you had the original Wii Fit.

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PUNCHILOUIE 1/30/2014 12:50PM

    Thanks for sharing, it is a very interesting info and motivation to get the game, I just have the one with tennis,bowling, baseball and boxing..... yours sounds super! emoticon

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JACCYBER 1/28/2014 10:26PM

    So far the trampoline target is my favorite. They took out the penguin slide though which I hoped they would keep, but they kept the snow ball fight so that's awesome.
Way to go on taking the time to make the list of events. It's great to see them all in one place. I have been using the Fit Meter along with the Walking and Altitude challenges the most so far. I look forward to getting into the program more... lots of great events for cal burn.

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MRSMIKEJG 1/27/2014 11:26AM

    Yes, I've tried my Just Dance 2014, Walk It Out, and Exerbeat with the new game system and they all worked. Had to put it in Wii Mode to get them to work, but they did.
The Balance Board and the Wii Motion Plus controllers, and nunchuk are still all compatible as well.

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LASARRE 1/27/2014 11:23AM

    Thanks for posting about it. It seems to be very similar to Wii Fit. Can you use all the other Wii games in it? I'm thinking it is a new console.

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RUTHE_51 1/27/2014 9:44AM

    I've been wondering about it. Thanks for posting.

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LJOYCE55 1/27/2014 9:12AM

  sounds like you are going to have lots of fun

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