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Wii Fit U Will Provide You Some Workout Material In Q1 2013

Wii Fit U Will Provide You Some Workout Material In Q1 2013

Written by GameFocus

Published on Thursday, 06 December 2012 12:00


Managing your diet and having a good workout routine is instrumental to improving your health and losing weight. However, sometimes there is no motivation to go to the gym, and this is where Wii Fit has come in handy for a lot of people. If you have a brand new Wii U and are looking forward to Wii Fit U, the good news is that it is still on its way to a Q1 2013 release. This information was confirmed at Nintendo Direct, along wih some other tidbits.

If you want to know what kind of workout Wii Fit U will provide you with, you may be happy to know that it will have eight different routines- totalling 77 activities in all. One will be Dance, and so if you haven’t gotten any of the other dancing games that have come out recently, perhaps you will want to hold off shaking your body until this releases. Then again, you can never dance too much!

 

 

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