jimmylegs wrote:my wii xp is extremely limited but from what i have seen, it wouldn't be a guarantee. you can move the controller in a big wide exaggerated way, or a quick flick of the wrist, and get the same result on the screen.
chicca wrote:thank you all for your opinions!!
well, I think papers I read were about WiiFit because they talked of exercises on balance more that tv games.
so, i think we're gonna test it in a shop and then decide, because while reading your experiences i realised that it sholud be one of those really personal things (i mean: it depends from people to people).
however, i'm glad to hear that it is a good way to excercise brain, even if it obviously can't solve ms problems....
CureOrBust wrote:When I first saw the WII game that practices balance I thought of the "Brain Port" that you can read a previous thread at: http://www.thisisms.com/ftopict-4882.html
In particular the woman that regained her balance. And also those that have said YOGA has helped their balance. This system might make it easy to do it at home and as often as you feel like it.
chicca wrote:thank you for the link! what I read is amazing: i never hear before of brainport, but what i read and also the video are almost unbelievable... going to read more... thanks!!
MrsGeorge wrote:I have a wii but actually stopped playing with it at my last relapse. It is a gerat safe way of getting exercise though and it definitely builds arm strenght - my Wii arm got far moer muscle definition than my other one!
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