Fitness Class Guidelines
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Whole Class Wii Fitness Setup
PAD LAYOUT EXAMPLE - 30 Student Class
D1 is the distance the projector is from the screen. Refer to projector
D2 is the distance between student boards, side to side
D3 is the distance between boards,
front to back
ADJUST DISTANCES ACCORDING TO YOUR STUDENT SIZE / AGE FOR OPTIMAL VIEWING
and avoid physical contact during workouts.
Accessory Components: (items not included
with program package)
Video Projection Unit + Display screen or TV Monitor
Extension cord w/ plug strip. (suggest using surge suppressor style)
Mobile cart w/ locking underside cabinet
Extra Alkaline batteries (4 each AA for Balance Board, 2 each for Wii
Or rechargeable AA NIMH cells and charging unit (12 cells total recommended)
A. cart equipment, equipment storage and standard Wii setup (w/ sensor
B. cart roll-out, power-up, projector adjustment
C. Active Fitness Board layout guides
D. Care and maintenance of boards and equipment
Wii and Wii Fitness system operational setup:
A. Creating class “Mii” character(s) guide—Main Wii console operations
B. Installing Wii Fitness and preliminary setup tasks.
C. Review 4 major activity sections—Yoga, Aerobic, Strength, Balance Games
D. Advance tips for opening new exercises and activities
Program Fitness Class Curriculums:
A. Concepts—Grade / Class / Student / considerations
B. Standard Wii Fit Regimens
C. Advanced Regimens
D. Contributions / Discussions
Wii Console Setup
Unpack the Wii console. Perform cable connection setups & Sensor Bar
Review the owners manual for complete setup and operational information.
Connect and power up your video monitor and Wii console.
Follow the on screen instructions and then give your console a name.
Select your country.
Select no parental control (unless you want to lock it out).
Proceed to the main screen.
Select the “Mii” channel, click start.
Follow the onscreen instructions to create your “Class Mii” (or create
as many Mii’s as you want)
Select your gender.
Use the selections to create your personalized Mii.
Save and name your Mii.
Return to the Wii Menu and you’re ready to begin the Wii Fit setup.
Wii Fit Plus & Balance Board Setup
Setup Your Wii Fit for TRAINER use:
Create one trainer Mii for all classes, or create one Mii for each class
Set up and turn Wii console on - insert Wii Fit disc.
Have one or two students responsible setting practice boards in suggested
order. From the Wii menu, use the remote to select Wii Fit Channel.
Click Start. Press A to pass the “wrist strap” use screen.
Select NEW PROFILE—then NEW USER DATA
Press A to click through or bypass commentary.
You will be at Register New User.
Choose the “trainer Mii” you created. Click OK. ————————
Enter “trainer” data (suggest you enter height as 6’3” and then approximate
accurate weight of the primary teacher. This will give a false BMI.
(this will also create a "thinner Mii body" representation when
the Body Test is completed).
It is not suggested to have the trainer Mii represent anyone specifically,
unless the teacher wishes to.
Enter “an age”. Select “1-1” as birthdate, or today’s starting date (
Wii Fitness Program birthdate).
You will be taken to BODY TEST.
Follow the instructions and bypass commentary to the Balance Test and
Click through the commentary to the Basic Balance Test.
Complete the balance test.
Click through commentary, past the Wii Fit Age.
Stamp the date.
Click through to the PASSWORD and enter 1234 or your own password.
Click through to the Wii Fitness calendar.
SELECT M/F TRAINER.
Click through to “Training Screen”
As you complete each activity, new activities will “open up” and be available
for use from that point forward.
Return to the Wii Menu.
System is generically set up for teacher use.
More specific setups can be achieved if teacher uses his/ her actual input
PROGRAM GUIDELINE SUGGESTIONS ALWAYS WELCOME!
—after INITIAL SETUP IS COMPLETE.
SET UP SYSTEM—ROLL OUT Wii Fit system
Power up Wii and insert Wii Fit disc.
Click start—select TRAINER
Pass through screens to the calendar.
TEACHER CLICK THROUGH TO SELECTED SESSIONS
Follow the on screen trainer
add your fitness comments
USE “+” to PAUSE and select—CONTINUE, RETRY or QUIT ————————————————————————————————
CREATE BASIC to ADVANCED CURRICULUM
YOU CAN EFFECTIVELY USE THE YOGA—STRENGTH TRAINING—AEROBICS as class tools.
ATHLETIC TRAINING Running in place in front of, not on top of boards)
(trainer using remote+nunchuck)(oval run, “baton” pass)
Start with Yoga to “warm up”
Work to either Strength Training or Aerobics for main course.
(allow “expression” in step aerobics—”cadence” style—create “rhythm rhymes”
Option is to allow “tryouts” and then “class competition” in the Balance
Games arena. Maybe of 3 days “training” the last one is used for balance
games between students (Practice Boards optional)
Food For Fitness - bring one can good, use in exercise as weight, leave
Use some other "weight-item"
General Maintenance / Consumables:
Storage / Setup Cart Storing the boards.
STACK BOARDS FLAT—NOT ON EDGES
Strong shelves—30 boards weigh 60 lbs. (2 lbs. apiece)
Getting the boards out (verify small students can carry 4-6 boards to
Wash hands before setting up and after cleaning / storage.
Soap / light disinfectant cleaning solution (in school cleaners)/ cloth
towels only / no paper towel
Avg Time to setup 5-7 minutes with CART setup, layout practice boards
Suggested cleaning A/R with standard disinfecting solutions .
Never use petroleum based cleaners.
Consumables—AA batteries (4 BALANCE BOARD—2 REMOTE)
NiMh AA rechargeable batteries
Retail after market charger and individual AA cells for Wii Fit board
(4) and remote (2)
Buy extra cells—keep 6 fully charged. Charge in “two’s”
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