I'm embarrassed to admit how long it's been since I last used my Wii. I got Wii Fit when it first came out. And I used it, but I got bored with it. Same exercises over and over and over. When Wii Active first came out I got that one too. That seemed more my speed. A dedicated trainer who worked out with you giving you a specific set of exercises to do. I need more guidance. Left up to myself I only played around and didn't get much out of it.
Active has a 30 day challenge feature. Each day the trainer gives you a full workout. Some days are more aerobic than others. Each day is a full workout. You work out 2 days, rest 1 for the full 30 days. Starting each challenge gives you the option of easy, medium, or hard. You set goals as well based on the number of calories you want to burn, number of workouts you want to do, and number of hours you expect to complete. It's a great tool, if you actually use it. No, it's not the same as going to a gym and working out with a real trainer. I know myself well enough to know that I won't use a gym membership, even when my company will pay for it if I go 8 times a month. This can be done in my own living room, a much more appealing thought.
Today I started a new 30 day challenge. Once again I'm repeating the easy challenge. Even the easy challenge gives me a workout. Less face it, accountants don't get a lot of exercise at work. The only part of me getting a good workout is my hands and fingers, as my carpal tunnel shows. I've been slowly changing my lifestyle. I started with my diet. We've been eating healthier and watching our portion sizes. Today started the exercise portion. I didn't want to start too much too fast. I knew I wouldn't keep up with it. This way, hopefully I will.
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