Target Activity in the New Year – Bullseye!

I just got off my new Wii Fit Plus and I’m a happy person – I think I can do this!

I’ve bought them twice before and somehow passed them on to my kids when it looked liked they could get more use out of it (and I couldn’t figure out the t.v. controls).  Now everything is easy, and I’m not sure if it’s the newer television or the Wii, but if I can turn it on, I can use it!

After my first 36 minutes, I realize that since we NOW know that 30 minutes a day is great, and hard runs aren’t necessary … this is going to be super because it’s so easy to access.  I suppose that classes are wonderful, but I’ve never been able to make myself do the sign-up and drive-to for classes in anything.

We gave Wii Fit Plus’s to two more children, one daughter who is pregnant, and one son who sits in front of a computer all day (and his wife who spends a lot of time in an apartment with their child).

Three other children, grown sons, joined me in trying out the system and were interested in the posture and balance feature and then went for the fun exercise games.

Since I walk and do my stairs a lot, endurance isn’t a big deal, but there are a lot of other areas I need to work on, including balance!

So, if you have it and don’t use it, you should think about adding that to your resolution list – I’m happy I finally have something to look forward to that I can use at home and in winter’s variable weather … something that will keep track of my stats …  Prices have also dropped; that helps!

Happy New Year!





About Margo

Margo Linder has over 24 years experience helping clients ( gain better health with her products. She is a busy mother of ten (19 - 39) and grandmother of seventeen, who enjoys reading, sewing painting and interior design. Margo writes as if passing on bits of information to her very large family of children, their spouses and grandchildren - and anyone else who might be listening. She will explore how small life changes (tweaks) will make a huge difference to enjoyment of life and general well-being. The World Health Organization defines health in terms of complete physical, social and mental/psychological well-being. So this is about the "whole" person. She emphasizes that she is not a health professional or scientist, but offers food-for-thought from life experience, her health business and their scientists, her own research and common sense.
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