Nickelodeon Fit

May 22, 2015 - Comment

Nickelodeon Fit is the first fitness video game designed specifically for children for the Wii. It’s a game so big it has all your Nick Jr. favorites: Dora, Diego, Kai-lan and the Backyardigans. They’re getting together to promote exercise fun, achievement tracking and parent and child collaboration. Nickelodeon Fit is a children’s fitness game for

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Nickelodeon Fit is the first fitness video game designed specifically for children for the Wii. It’s a game so big it has all your Nick Jr. favorites: Dora, Diego, Kai-lan and the Backyardigans. They’re getting together to promote exercise fun, achievement tracking and parent and child collaboration.

Nickelodeon Fit is a children’s fitness game for Wii featuring Nickelodeon’s favorite characters Dora, Diego, Kai-lan and The Backyardigans in one game. Packed with 30 scientifically developed and designed exercises that target a variety of fitness areas important for healthy physical development in children, Nickelodeon Fit is the perfect way for parents to ensure that their young children remain active as they are entertained by their favorite cartoon characters. Additional features include: Wii Remote and Wii Balance Board input options and play monitoring and customization functionality for parents to observe their children’s progress and plan their exercise routine.

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Keep Your Child Active with Nickelodeon Fit

Nickelodeon Fit is an exciting new way for parents to ensure that their kids are given every opportunity to stay physically active as they exercise and engage with their favorite characters Dora, Diego, Kai-lan and The Backyardigans in a fitness game designed for children.

Boots and Dora tossing rings to each other in Nickelodeon Fit Keep your child fit with the help of the Nickelodeon characters they love.
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A Wii exclusive that takes advantage of the console’s overwhelming popularity with children, as well as its motion sensing technology, Nickelodeon Fit features 30 exercises woven into interactive gameplay, with each designed and developed in collaboration with exercise science expert Dr. Jackie Goodway. Exercises are continually demonstrated on-screen and are focused on a variety of areas important for the development of healthy young body, including: cardiovascular activity, core muscles, upper and lower body strength, balance, motor skill development and foot and hand coordination. Input for exercises is provided via the Wii Remote, as well as the Wii Balance Board (both sold separately), and the game also features functionality that allows parents to customize workouts to target specific areas that they feel need improvement and monitor their child’s progress. Regardless of how it is played Nickelodeon Fit is a game that your children will love and that is good for them.

Key Game Features

The first fitness game for children featuring Nickelodeon’s favorite characters Dora, Diego, Kai-lan and The Backyardigans in one game 30 exercise games targeting cardiovascular activity, core muscles, upper and lower body strength, balance, motor skill development and coordination Jump rope with The Backyardigans, go river rafting with Diego, leap over hurdles with Kai-lan, pogo stick with Dora and much more including an all character relay race Works with either the Wii Balance Board or the Wii Remote Developed in collaboration with physical education and exercise science expert Dr. Jackie Goodway, Ph.D. Game tested by children for age appropriateness and exercise fun Parents can monitor the progress of their children and customize workout routines to focus on designated areas of improvement

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Simulated hurdles exercise with Kai-lan in Nickelodeon Fit 30 fun, interactive exercises.
View larger. Jumping rope with the Backyardigans in Nickelodeon Fit Balance Board support included.
View larger. Hoola hoop exercise with Dora and Boots in Nickelodeon Fit Favorite Nick characters.
View larger. Stretching exercise with Diego in Nickelodeon Fit Progress tracking functionality.
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Product Features

  • Kids tested approval by children and moms for age-appropriateness, fun factor and quality
  • Over 30 games with your favorite Nick Jr. characters, including biking with Dora, river rafting with Diego, running with Kai-lan and jump rope with the Backyardigans
  • Developed in collaboration with physical education and exercise science expert Dr. Jackie Goodway, Ph.D., game emphasizes heart health, cardio, strength building, balance, endurance and coordination
  • Works with both the Balance Board and Wii Remote
  • Ability for parents to program various exercise routines for their child and track their progress

Comments

Nutwiisystem.Com says:

Excellent workout title for young kids With all the Wii exercise games out there, it seems that there’s been a paucity of active fitness titles suitable for younger members of the family. The two attempts to reach this market have been D3’s Family Party Fitness Fun and Knowledge Adventure’s Jumpstart Get Moving. But both of these games have been dreadfully disappointing.And so I’ll admit I was a little wary when I first tried Nickelodeon Fit. But after spending a few hours with it, I’m happy to report that finally, we have a kid-friendly fitness game that is a lot of fun and does provide some decent exercise value. And it’s a bonus that our familiar friends Dora, Diego, Kai-lan, and the Backyardigans are part of it.Each of the four friends has seven activities you can choose from (as with most Wii games, they have to be unlocked as you go). There are also two activities that involve all of the characters for a total of 30 overall.Some of the activities are simple (thrusting the Wii…

Rachel says:

A comparison between Nickelodeon Fit and Active Life Explorer We purchased a Wii for our kids as a way to help them get physical activity when outdoor play is unfeasible. Therefore, I did a lot of research and purchased two games, Nickelodeon Fit and Active Life Explorer, as each seemed to require significant physical movement, while also being age-appropriate for my 3 and 5 year olds. After observing(and on many occasions, joining in on the fun)for about 2 weeks, I began considering which was the ultimate success based on a variety of factors.Activity Level:Nickelodeon Fit: All games require some physical activity, though not super strenuous. This makes it ideal for very young children who are still developing their coordination and might get more frustrated with fast-paced games. However, an older child (6+) will probably not find it as exciting and may quickly become bored with the simplicity of the activities.Active Life Explorer:The majority of the games are very fast paced and most require…

Reviews on Amazon says:

Cute game, easy to follow and a nice little workout for the kids I bought this game as a Christmas present..then decided to dig it out early to help the kids get some of that energy out of their systems during this school break!It began with a quick and easy set up – very simple to create a profile for your kids: name, age, a picture they want to represent them such as a ball or bike (might have been nicer to have their Wii Characters, but the pictures made set up easy and no need for endless screens to chose hair color, outfits etc). It also asks their height and weight.Then its a quick start, kids can chose single or multiplayer and games are quick and easy! One thing I REALLY liked about this compared to many Wii games on the market, this responds well and accurately to the Wii remote – as an adult it gets rather frustrating when the game and remote do not work well together, but for kids this can be even more challenging but no such worries here – as they move, it quickly picks up their actions and responds…

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