New Game

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

If you have read my blogs before you know that I have a Wii and really enjoy the exercise games for it. Well, I ordered two more and got one of them today, so I thought I would try it. It is called Walk It Out and it is a blast. Basically, you are walking around an island in time to the music. The better you keep in step the more chips you get to create and build your island. I used the pad for my Dance Dance cause it tracks your steps better. So I am walking and creating my island and after a bit my legs are getting tired so I thought I would pause and see where I was at time wise. Well I had been playing for 1 hour and 15 minutes and burned 419 calories by my HRM. I walked 12,108 steps for about 3.6 miles (the Wii keeps track of all this) Needless to say I had fun and I will continue tomorrow to see where my steps take me on my island and what I build tomorrow.
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    We are considering buying one and maybe this will just give us the push that we need to do it!!!
    3226 days ago
    Sounds like fun indeed. I'll have to keep it in mind. Thanks for sharing!
    3226 days ago
    This sounds like a hoot! When I break down and spend the $ for a Wii (and it's been close several times already) I'll know who to ask for advice on what exercise games to buy. Thanks for sharing your experiences. I'm always afraid I'll spend a lot of money on something, then not like it and never use it.
    3226 days ago
    This is great. I will take your comments about this WII game and consider purchasing it for My PE classes. I have very obese students and they enjoy working out. I have 85 minutes PE classes so we are on block scheduling this would be perfect. Keep it rocking!!!!!!! emoticon
    3226 days ago
    we just bought the Wii and I have been looking for some good fitness games for it. This sounds really fun! What was it called?
    3226 days ago
  • RICK1947
    We were considering a Wii for exercise, this may be another selling point for us.
    3226 days ago
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