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Wii Fit Workout Accessories

What a pair of dumbbells!

Wii Fit Workout Accessories

What a pair of dumbbells!

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Wii Fit Workout Accessories

Weights (Wii remote not included)

We’ve always maintained that gawping at the telly keeps you fit. But don’t start resting on your perfectly ripped laurels because fitness legends Everlast have just made Wii workouts even more effective. Graargh!

First up, say ‘check out the guns’ to Wii Fit Weights. These brand new heavies transform Wii controllers into 1kg dumbbells, adding a bicep-bulging strength element to workouts whilst giving full access to buttons, straps and IR functionality. Feel the burn!

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Weights

Stepper

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Wii Fit Workout Accessories

Stepper (Wii fit balance board not included)

Next, work those glutes with the Wii Fit Stepper, a nifty stackable system that locks on to your Wii Fit Balance Board to add three gruelling inches of height, enhancing game play and improving workouts.

Whether you’re getting hot and sweaty over Jillian Michael's Fitness Ultimatum 2009 and Gold’s Gym Cardio, or busting a gut with Wii Fit and EA Sports Active, Everlast’s Wii-tastic accessories will work those muscles like never before. Now drop and give us twenty! Actually £19.99 should cover it.

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Please note:
  • Wii fit balance board and Wii remote not included
Wii Weights:
  • Adds approximately 1 kg of weight to each controller

  • Perfectly balanced and solidly constructed

  • Great way to add a strength element to any aerobic workout

  • Designed to securely hold the controllers, allowing full use of all buttons, straps and IR function

  • Compatible with games like:
    • Wii Fit
    • EA Sports Active
    • Golds Gym Cardio
    • Jillian Michaels Fitness Ultimatum 2009
Wii Fit Workout Accessories

Stepper without Wii Fit Balance Board

Wii Stepper:
  • Rubber feet on base keep unit from sliding during use

  • Strong enough to support 20 stone
  • Adds 3 inches of height to the Fit Balance Board

  • Steps are stackable for easy storage

  • Compatible with games like:
    • Wii Fit
    • EA Sports Active
    • Golds Gym Cardio
    • Jillian Michaels Fitness Ultimatum 2009

Customer Reviews

Think the site's altered this listing. Convinced options were 14. 99 for weights only, 19. 99 for weights &stepper. Paid 19. 99 only stepper came. Really disappointed in 20 quid for two bits of plastic.
John Daniels, Grimsby - 24th December 2010
Firebox says: Sorry if it wasn't clear John, we have tried to make it as clear as we can that the items are seperate. If you want to return it then drop us an e-mail to info@firebox.com and we'll see what we can do for you.
I think the site needs to specify that this is not the stepper & weights together!
Dean Gregory, Manchester - 12th November 2010
Firebox says: We do have separate 'buy' buttons for each accessory and detail their contents separately but apologies if this wasn't more clear, Dean.
Brilliant product, very sturdy and adds that extra bit of much needed height for step with the Wii.
Samantha Jackson, HAMPSHIRE - 11th August 2010
I bought the Wii weights and even though they are only 1kg they do enhance your workout. If bought with the Wii stepper then it would be an excellent workout tool.
Mark Borman, St Austell - 20th May 2010
I bought the Balance Board stepper at a store for $30 USD, WITHOUT the dumbbells! I wish I had waited, this is a really cool idea! That being said, the stepper is a good idea, and worth the money even on it's own. It really 'steps up' (har har) your workout, and helps improve your balance also.
MichelleEllyn, South Carolina, USA - 11th May 2010
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