Wii Fit Training Routine

Recently I splurged and bought myself a Wii Fit. I am a pretty active person normally, running, etc, so thought that adding a few cardio & yoda moves to lifestyle wouldn’t hurt.

In my opinion, I have found the Wii Fit to be a great little addition to my exercise routine. I did some searching online for a good ‘Wii Fit Training Routine’ and found a few, but didn’t find any good ones that used the wii’s in built ‘mini routines’, so with that said. Here is my ten cents worth to a Wii Fit Training Routine

Monday

Work your Legs & Abs with these in built mini routines

Hips & Thighs
– Lunge
– Warrior Pose (Yoga)

Legs / Abs
– Rowing Squats
– Chair Pose (Yoga)

Invigorate Your Body
– Sideways Leg Lift
– Sun Salutation (Yoga)

Tummy
– Jackife
– Bridge Pose (Yoga)
– Crocodile Twist (Yoga)

Tighten that Waistline
– Torso & Waist Twists
– Triangle (Yoga)

Tuesday

I normally go for a (real ๐Ÿ™‚ ) run Tuesday morning, so up to you… rest or also go for a run!

Wednesday

Work your arms & core today, by doing these mini routines

Ankles & Triceps
– Tricep Extensions
– Palm Tree Pose (Yoga)

Test Your Balance
– Arm & Leg Lift
– Shoulder Stand (Yoga)

Strengthen Deep Muscles
– Cobra (Yoga)
– Parallel Stretch

Tone those Triceps
– Press Ups & Side Stand
– Downward Facing Dog Pose (Yoga)

Body Balance
– Single Leg Twist
– Half Moon Pose (Yoga)

Thursday

I normally go for a (real ๐Ÿ™‚ ) run Thursday morning, so up to you… rest or also go for a run!

Friday

Rest Day – Normally spent socially with friends or family!!

Saturday

Today we mix it up, and work a few areas!

Great Posture
– Single Arm Stand
– Tree Pose (Yoga)

Test Your Balance
– Arm & Leg Lift
– Shoulderstand

Tighten those Hips
– Single Leg Extension
– Standing Knee (Yoga)
– King of the Dance (Yoga)

Hips & Thighs
– Lunge
– Warrior Pose (Yoga)

Ankles & Triceps
– Tricep Extensions
– Palm Tree Pose (Yoga)

Sunday

Rest Day – Spent relaxing!!

So there you have it… nothing special… and I am no sports or training expert… but that’s how I break up my Wii Fit Training ๐Ÿ˜€

Just a Note:
Wii Players may burn 60 more calories an hour than Xbox players, but experts say it’s still not an exercise substitute. So there’s nothing wrong with putting in a good session in Mirrors Edge!! ๐Ÿ˜€

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2 Comment

  1. So… Do you lose weight with it?

  2. bydersjoint says:

    I er…. don’t need to lose weight, I use it simply to tone and strengthen muscles. ๐Ÿ™‚

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