The Subway diet. The cabbage soup diet. The junk food diet. From Atkins to the Zone, there is an array of diets to help people slim down. Have you heard of the masturbation diet? You know, the one in which you drop pounds by playing with yourself furiously.
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Nike recently challenged 78 artists to remix and adapt the function of Nike shoes. Nick Marsh, one of the contestants, took a pair of Air Maxes and imported the internals of a Wii Balance Board to turn his shoes into controllers.
The Rowing Machine for Wii is a cheap-looking rowing machine that has a spot for a Wiimote in the handlebars. It should make playing Super Mario Galaxy 2 next to impossible.
If you partake in Wii fitness regularly, you probably know that there is only one thing keeping you from having a full-fledged, muscle-building, vein-popping work-out experience: limited range of push-up motion. Thankfully, this push-up bar attachment lets you dig deep.
A British doctor was so kind as to write a letter to the New England Journal of Medicine, handily summarizing what is known about Nintendo-related injuries. The gist: Your Wii wants you dead.
Another day, another story about some cheap, plastic Wii motion control accessory finding an application outside of gaming. In this case, it's the balance board, and not only is this device helping stroke victims recover, it's saving them money, too.
A $20 million project funded by Homeland Security is researching ways to detect how suspicious you are by tracking your temperature, breathing, and eye movements. And get this: they've modified a Wii Balance board to check for nervous fidgeting/weight-shifting.
Brian will be one happy boy come October 4. That's when the Wii Fit Plus (announced at E3) will be arriving. Good news: looks like it'll be only $20 if you don't need a Balance Board.
All of the major E3 keynotes from Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony are over. While 2009 is now officially the year of motion controls, there's still something missing. Here's what we expected to see at E3, but didn't.
What is Nintendo up to for E3? With the new DSi out and Wii MotionPlus coming out, it looks like a year for software. And these two new trademarks may reveal their announcements early.
Just down that whole shaker of salt right now, please, because some obscure Dutch games retailer has given Nintendo's press shy MotionPlus attachment a July 10 European release date.
If you've been disappointed by the level of calories burning from flailing wrists, Wii Jog can add the element of walking into almost any Wii title.
Nintendo has partnered with NEC, Panasonic and Hitachi to put together a system that actual doctors will use to check up on actual patients, using a Wii Fit.
As long as you are flailing away at whatever Wii title you're torturing yourself with, you might as well add some resistance.