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The Rowing Machine for Wii is a cheap-looking rowing machine that has a spot for a Wiimote in the handlebars. It should make playing Super Mario Galaxy 2 next to impossible.


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The Multi Function Aerobic Step is designed to raise your Balance Board by an extra three, four or six inches so that you can get more out of your Wii Fit exercise routine. It's simple, but does the trick.


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If you partake in Wii fitness regularly, you probably know that there is only one thing keeping you from having a full-fledged, muscle-building, vein-popping work-out experience: limited range of push-up motion. Thankfully, this push-up bar attachment lets you dig deep.