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Fit Music for WiiTM helps getting a better coordination, striking a balance, accelerating the metabolism and detoxing the body. All the muscles work together and get toned thanks to expressly conceived dynamic exercises to the beat of the best techno/house dance music, inspired to the legendary ‘80s.

In Fit Music for WiiTM there are three different difficulty levels, automatically selected according to everyone’s physical condition. Each level counts 10 exercise cards: nice scores will unlock higher levels and new workout exercises. Fit Music for WiiTM provides a warm-up, a training and a cool-down phase.

The section dedicated to the Fit dances makes everyone amuse and test the goals achieved. Coreographies and the power of rhythm change in relation to the beats per minute of each track.

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