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As far as I am concerned, spending money on exercise is as senseless as paying for porn.
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As far as I am concerned, spending money on exercise is as senseless as paying for porn.
lol not if you pay for excellent services and equipment provided by a professional gym. makes a huge difference compared to a natural work out, trust me.

paying for Wii Fit with the assumption of gaining adequate exercise..thats senseless. especially at $240 AUD (thats how much down here)
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I disagree with it, it's a console marketed at kids and they shouldn't be encouraging kids to stay indoors even more, now to exercise as well. I understand that childhood obesity is a problem in America and many people are overweight in the world, but I really don't think encouraging people to stay indoors and exercise is a good idea at all.
Edited by PatSharp - 5/28/08 at 4:54am
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lol not if you pay for excellent services and equipment provided by a professional gym. makes a huge difference compared to a natural work out, trust me.
I would say as long as you can understand proper form You don't need a gym so much, and equipment is nice but you don't really need a lot. Not if your main goal is overall fitness. Check out a site like Crossfit. You can really do a lot with very little.
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I would say as long as you can understand proper form You don't need a gym so much, and equipment is nice but you don't really need a lot. Not if your main goal is overall fitness. Check out a site like Crossfit. You can really do a lot with very little.
yeah that is true.

not so much equipment, but living with a personal trainer, a lot of it is to do with technique and style.

i was working out on my own for a while, just doing my own routines, as natural as possible, no gyms. then when my old lady got me to do the same things, sometimes with equipment, other times just doing the same routine, same muscle exercise, and do them PROPERLY, man, i got my arse kicked. but was rewarded with way better results.

haha sorry, we are taking this sooo off topic. great topic, but maybe not for this thread.

Wii Fit...its a game, not an exercise. playing Wii Sports Golf doesnt mean you can play real golf. likewise with all virtual sports, they dont relate to reality. sorry guys.
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lol not if you pay for excellent services and equipment provided by a professional gym. makes a huge difference compared to a natural work out, trust me.

paying for Wii Fit with the assumption of gaining adequate exercise..thats senseless. especially at $240 AUD (thats how much down here)
"Adequate" is totaly subjective.

Plenty of people live long, healthy lives, without intentionally excercising at all. This is especially true if they are reasonably active in their typical day to day activities.

As for the Wii Fit, I would agree that you can certainly get a better workout for less, but I do think the Wii fit has a place and a market. It will appeal to some people that gyms and personal trainers will not.
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Personally, I think this is a great product, based on one simple fact. The game is trying to get people that are either A) unable to get outside for various reasons; B) interested in a fun way to get a basic workout & have fun while doing it; or C) A way to have a family activity, to have a good experience and help with the fitness of it's customers.

NO, I'm not saying it would replace a traditional exercise program through a gym, a normal running routine, biking, or whatever. But what it DOES do is get people moving and interacting with exercises ranging from Yoga, Strength training, balance, or games combining these feats. It's already been stated that this particular program is NOT intened for children (stated in the manual that it's representation of BMI is NOT accurate for anyone under the age of 18).

As for the comments that this is directed towards children, that's complete bull****. Have you watched the commercials?? It's mainly adults in the commercials. The marketing for Nintendo, in general, has been for a range of demographics (anything from children to elderly).

Personally, I think it's a novel idea and I can see great use for it in the elderly demographic to help keep muscle tone (basicly) and work with balance and motor skills. It's been demonstrated that the Wii is used in nursing homes for ways to do things that are otherwise unable to be enjoyed. I have seen it where my grandmother stays, as well as others. It's an enjoyable activity for all ages and isn't only targeted towards the youth demographic.
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Exactly.

If WiiFit manages to get some fat asses to break a sweat, mission accomplished.


And to everyone else - no one likes a preachy gym-goer. If you workout on your own, good for you. Not a single person on OCN is impressed.
Lol, agree 100%.

To all those who say that a gym and personal trainer is the only way to go, well, you're wrong. Everyone's excercise needs are different (heck, some don't even need excercise beyond regular daily activities), and it really depends on what you want.

Sure, if you want to be ripped, don't go with wii fit because you're probably going to need more, but if you just want some excercise (and a bit more of a fun routine to look forward to than a typical excercise), then why wouldn't the wii fit be sufficient? If you're grossly overweight, you're probably gonna need more than the wii fit too, but it'd be a start, right? If you're a scrawny nerd and know you need more excercise than you're getting, then why wouldn't the wii fit work? It's movement, and though it may not be the best form of movement for gaining muscle or losing weight, it does provide some of both of those, and that's better than none.

Many people are just never going to go to a gym, and that's where the wii fit shines. It could really help some people excercise who just aren't interested in getting excercise any other way, and I'd say that's a very good thing.
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I bought a Wii at the Wiikend (har har har) and I think its great fun.

Its nice to play games with other people, girlfriend, family members instead of hiding away in a dark corner playing peen-extending FPS games.
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Lol, agree 100%.

To all those who say that a gym and personal trainer is the only way to go, well, you're wrong. Everyone's excercise needs are different (heck, some don't even need excercise beyond regular daily activities), and it really depends on what you want.

Sure, if you want to be ripped, don't go with wii fit because you're probably going to need more, but if you just want some excercise (and a bit more of a fun routine to look forward to than a typical excercise), then why wouldn't the wii fit be sufficient? If you're grossly overweight, you're probably gonna need more than the wii fit too, but it'd be a start, right? If you're a scrawny nerd and know you need more excercise than you're getting, then why wouldn't the wii fit work? It's movement, and though it may not be the best form of movement for gaining muscle or losing weight, it does provide some of both of those, and that's better than none.

Many people are just never going to go to a gym, and that's where the wii fit shines. It could really help some people excercise who just aren't interested in getting excercise any other way, and I'd say that's a very good thing.
Well said.

Plus, I don't understand what people's obsessions are with gyms. What's wrong with running (which is free), swimming (which is a better overall workout), Cycling?

I hate treadmills and stationary exercise bikes, not to mention the attention-whore brigade doing the weights
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