I just about scared the collar off of one of my dogs when I yelled "YEEEAAAHHHHH!" at the top of my lungs, though.
Five hundred fifty-five points on beginner level. The advanced level is still eating me for lunch. I cracked 300 points once and most of my other tries were in the low 200s — a far cry from the maximum 655 points.
You're reading this, and you might be thinking, whoopee, good for you, let me share my excitement, nah I'm not really excited, that's lame.
Have I mentioned that it's really easy to slack off on exercising? I've put in a half-hour tonight and last night but there was a pretty big hiatus, as in a few weeks. As it was, tonight I just did balance games — which is exercise but not a huge amount of exercise.
I was in good shape in graduate school ten years ago, but I was putting in 45 minutes to an hour, five or six days a week, on an elliptic trainer. That's a fairly hefty routine. Now an accomplishment is playing Tilt Board, Penguin Slide, and Soccer Ball Heading a few times, not breaking a sweat, and writing about it. This wasn't what I was doing ten years ago, or even two months ago.
Oh well. maybe I'll get a bunch of exercise cleaning up after the storm. 😉
4 thoughts on “Got a perfect score on Wii Fit Soccer Ball Heading”
it’s still an accomplishment.
may I borrow your wii?
great news – congrats – one question – how in the world do you hit the soccer balls that come down the middle lane – I played yesterday and I couldn’t hit a single one – I couldn’t get my mii to stop in the middle
David: It’s controlling your balance so that your weight is evenly distributed. It won’t work if you panic and overshoot. 😉
I just have to brag to anyone who may read this. I managed to
get a perfect score of 655 on the advanced soccer ball this morning.
Just to let you know, I am 76 years old.