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I don't win races, but I always cross the finish line. I'm not fast, but I try my best to become faster. I don't have sports endorsements or earn a paycheck, but that doesn't stop me from running. My pace does not define me. Just because "professional" does not precede "athlete" in describing me doesn't make my running any less valuable. I am an everyday athlete; leading a normal life, but with big goals and dreams.
I am an athlete. I am a runner. (runzoerun.com)
Co -Leader Wii Fit Plus
Co-Leader General Hospital Team
If you have the Wii Fit start there with your DAILY Body test. Same time each day if possible, it doesn't take long. It keeps a graph of your wt. and its fun to watch the changes.
IF you have not bought the Wii Fit yet DON'T buy it, get the Wii FIT PLUS.
Its an updated version of Wii Fit.
Every where I am reading that Biggest Loser is a Winner to buy AND great reviews on Jillians 2010
workout, (not the 2009) it bombed.
The Wii Fit offers a 30 day Challenge. It Allows for Rest days too.
Good Luck, Enjoy, I know I am :)
Courage doesn't always roar.
Sometimes courage is the quiet voice
at the end of the day, saying,
"I will try again tomorrow."
- Mary Anne Radmacher
The Karate Fire
Your Superpower is X-Ray Vision
Your Weakness is Love
Your Weapon is Your Prototype Torch
Your Mode of Transportation is Skateboard
I'd start off by getting on it and checking out all the features and games. That'll take a while. Just get familiar with everything and ask questions about what you don't understand.
Hi everyone. I have just purchased my Wii and am really excited about using it to get in shape. Any suggestions on where to start?
Edited by: LCALLENS at: 11/2/2009 (15:29)