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Sunday, January 23, 2011

It's Mii Time

My Wii showed up on Friday! I am actually pretty proud of myself for getting it all set up and "synced" on my own. I have already created a Mii for myself and tonight I did some YOGA. It gave me my "fitness" age which I am proud to say it came back as 30! It keeps telling me "You have great posture" oh yeah!!! The balancing stuff is kinda hard and when I hold the motion sensor controller it wiggles all over (prograf tremors). We rented some other games to really get a feel for how the wii works. We rented Mario Worlds and Bryan rented Star Wars 'Forced Unleashed II'. . .I ended up playing the star wars game ALL DAY yesterday. I kicked some dark side butt!

I am hoping I am at the tail end of this little cold I have had for the last few days. My micro spirometer hasn't dropped and I'm not running a fever at all. . so probably just a cold, it is going around here. Otherwise I am feeling good. Staying positive and I officially have a Wii to answer to. It even made me commit to to a 'Fitness' goal. I had to laugh when my fitness goal had to be to gain 12 lbs to be in my "ideal" BMI. I am at a normal BMI but it wants me to be ideal. NO gaining fat though, I will have to gain it all in muscle :)

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3 comments:

Biological Fantasyland said...

Hi Jaimie, this is Kara (Katseanes) Hanson. I think you can "sync" up with other mii's on the internet. Let me know if you want to play together sometime...I love my wii. We have quite a few games now, we got it from "Santa" a couple years ago. My girls love it. Even my little 3 year old plays, so cute to watch her doing a ski jump with the balance board. I got the zumba game for Christmas this year and I love it.

Sherri said...

Good for you! Wii fit is so much fun. I, however, registered a 66 as my fitness age (insert sad tears here). It even gets after you if you haven't been exercising in awhile..a virtual conscience! Hope you're feeling better soon.

Jamie said...

I heard the Zumba game is good and want the Jillian Michael workout game :)

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