If IMJUSTMECANDICE's suggestion doesn't work (if you're already doing the footwork), then my suggestion would be to check to make sure the nunchunk is properly linked to the wiimote. And then to see if the wiimote's got it's batteries fully charged.
The nunchunk is reliant on the wiimote's power to be "read" by the system, and if the wiimote's low on power, or there's something interrupting the connection, while you're making fast movements, the flow of energy could be interrupted, having the wii sensor read it as choppy movements.
Speaking of the sensor bar, another thing to do is to check to make sure it's facing you and is clean. Dirt and dust can sometimes interrupt a fine signal.
Edited by: SHINAKO at: 10/1/2009 (14:04)
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