There are a couple ways to count Wii Fit calories. The easiest is if you have the Wii Fit Plus version, it will give you an estimate of calories burned at the end of each workout. If you don't see that, just click on the little piggy bank looking character and it will cycle through showing you the duration of that day's workout, the estimated calories, and the total Wii workout minutes. The piggy shows up on what I think of as the main Wii Fit menu page where you have to select which category of exercises you want to do (e.g., yoga, etc.).
You can create a custom exercise in the SP fitness tracker, where you will track those calories.
If you have the original version (not Plus), you can search on "Wii" in the fitness tracker and it will show you estimated calories for some of the Wii Fit exercises. For anything not there, you need to pick something that seems close to what you did. For this approach, if it is a balance games I either don't track it at all or select the Stretching / Flexibility option that is in the tracker.
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have questions.
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