Thank you for your input, I wasn't sure of how to record my jogging in the tracker. I tried the pedometer but it isn't reading anything right. I do wear shorts that I made and they have an inside Wiimote pocket that keeps the remote in place.
Difficulty With Wii Fit Accuracy While Running with the Wiimote
The Wiimote can also measure progress erratically in running exercises, such as the Island Lap or Free Run. Wii Fit tells users to put the Wiimote in a pocket; those without pockets are instructed to hold the remote in one hand. However, many users have difficulties with these instructions, reporting inconsistent results, even when running at a steady pace.
The Wiimote measures runners' paces by up-and-down movements. If the Wiimote is shifting in a pocket, or swinging wildly with one's arms, Wii Fit accuracy drops off. Some find it helpful to put the Wiimote in a very tight pocket, so that it moves precisely with the leg. Those without pockets can have more consistent results if they hold the Wiimote vertically, and either shake or flick it in time with their steps.
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