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Wii FitU and Fit Meter

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There’s more to enjoy than ever before—on top of the best features and favorite activities from past games.

Track your activity on-the-go…
Fit Meter
Track your progress wherever you are with the new Fit Meter accessory. Sync it with the game to get detailed information or see how close you are to your goals. You can even take on fun fitness challenges solo or with friends.

Stay active with Wii Fit U at home
New Activities
With 19 new activities, including a whole new Dance mode, there are more than 70 total activities to choose from, with something for everyone.

Wii U GamePad Controller
Someone else need the TV? Not a problem. Simply use the balance board and GamePad to do select routines off-TV.

You can also check your form as you work on Yoga or Strength Training exercises by using the GamePad controller’s camera and comparing your form to the trainer’s in Mirror Mode.

Gym Communities
It’s easier to get moving when you have friends to cheer you on. Join or start an online* Gym Community to share your achievements, compare your scores, or motivate other members via Miiverse™.

Set up your gym and share the Gym Community ID number with just family and friends, or post it online to let any player join your community.

Personal Training
Now you can customize your routines as much or as little as you like with Personal Trainer mode. Get workout recommendations based on your goals and preferences, or set up your own routine.

With the  Fit Meter your Wii Fit U lifestyle doesn’t stop at the front door. Now you can track all your activity—wherever you are. Just clip on the Fit Meter on your way out and sync it with a touch of a button when you get home.

The Fit Meter does a lot more than count your steps. It also has an acceleration sensor (to measure intensity) and an atmospheric pressure sensor (to measure altitude changes).

This means the Fit Meter can more accurately calculate how many calories you burn, based on what you’re doing. Running up stairs, for example, will torch more calories than taking the elevator—even though the distance is the same.

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