Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by daneeyah, Jul 12, 2007.
creative...i want it
Now lazy fatasses can claim they exercise by playing a video game
Consideriing how most public schools don't offer PE or is very limited, may not be a half bad idea for many.
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there was that guy who lost like 10 lbs. playing wii sports... i must admit, every time i play wii boxing, i work up a bit of a sweat
Could be fun. I don't think you can jump on it though.
They should make a yoga game with it. My friend is really into it and i know the poses she works with would kick my ass.
I def get a little sweaty playing tennis on the wii. Shit's no joke!
What? Most or all states not only offer but require a certain amount of PE credits to graduate HS (private or public). Don't blame the system, blame the parents. Fat fucks fuck and make fat fucking children.
Since there is a Wii thread, I would like to post one of my major sports accomplishments.
Every single one of you can now brag to your friends that you know somebody that has bowled a perfect game. Even if it's Wii. That's right, a PERFECT GAME!!
My son loves his Wii, hes 5 and only weights 40 lbs.
is this for real?
Not blaming anyone directly. As far as PE programs, yes to graduate HS requires a few credits. That usually entales all over 2 years worth, while middle school and elementaries as a whole across the US have little to no PE time. 90 minutes every 5 days or some shit if that. PE used to required EVERY year of school and was 5 days a week...compared to now, now is a joke.
Most gimmicky shit ever. I'm so glad I sold my wii a couple of weeks ago for what I paid for it.
Yup. Guy strapped a keyboard to his stationary bike handles and mounted a monitor in front of him.
A friend told me he got sore the day after he got his wii...