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6/8/10 7:25 P

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That's AWESOME! Glad to be of help!

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6/8/10 7:13 P

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I tried the poker chips and it worked :)

Thanks again!

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6/6/10 7:16 A

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Thanks! I'm glad I'm not imagining things ;) I'll have to give the poker chips a try.

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6/5/10 5:02 P

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I have the everlast riser, 3" and love it. BUT, I read this somewhere else - if you put a poker chip or similar in each of the "holes" that the board sits in, it should eliminate that problem.

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6/4/10 10:25 P

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I had this conversation awhile back with a friend of mine. We have both noticed the same thing. I don't like the fact that I don't score well, but I have just come to accept that fact. What I DO love about it is using the risers makes it feel a little more like an actual workout. Gets my heartrate a little higher and I seem to burn more calories.

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6/4/10 9:02 P

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Hi Everyone,

I was just wondering if anyone uses one of those risers to make the Wii balance board higher for step aerobics. I love having the extra height, but it doesn't seem to register all of the steps. If I'm doing the Free Step, I don't mind so much. But I love doing the Advanced Step, and it keeps telling me I "missed" when I'm quite sure I did not. I don't know if it is because I'm using it on carpet or if the rister throws the board off no matter what surface you are on.

Thanks :)

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