Wii Sports Wiki

Check your daily progress in Wii Fit with easy-to-understand charts and graphs. The orange line you see in the center of the graph represents your BMI the first time you checked it. From then on, it's easy to tell how you've done since you started using Wii Fit. You can also set goals, check your Wii Fit Age, and even enter exercise time you've done outside of Wii Fit.

Sets Goals

When you first play Wii Fit, you will be asked to set a goal for yourself concerning your BMI. You can set goals, including what timeframe, and where you’d like to end up. Goals appear on the calendar and your graphs, so it's easy to visually see your progress as you approach your goals. You'll also receive feedback from Wii Fit, updating you and encouraging you towards meeting these goals.

Graphing Made Simple

Wii Fit provides simple graphs detailing your progress in your BMI, weight, Wii Fit Age and Fit Credit, as well as a calendar to monitor your training and goals. You can compare the calendar and graphs with up to 8 people on the same Wii Fit game, so the whole family can get involved.

Activity Log

Record the time you spend exercising outside of Wii Fit on the Fit Credits graph using the Activity Log. Simply select it from the menu and enter the amount of time you spent doing light, medium, or heavy exercise. When you start comparing your activity log and calendar to your graphs, you will see the positive affect your activity level has on your BMI!

User Settings

  • Edit Profile: Change your height, birth date, and set a password to protect your information from other users.
  • Change Design: You can change the calendar color and stamp design.
  • Change Trainer: Change the gender of your trainer.
  • Delete User Data: In case you'd like to remove your info completely from Wii Fit.