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Ski Jump is a Balance exercise in the Wii Fit series.


To play Ski Jump, the player needs to squat with their knees bent. It will push them forward. If they put them forward in the blue area, they will gain speed. When they reach the end of the ramp, which is colored red, they must extend their knees, and then hold their balance. The aim is to get as far as the player can, for a higher score. They will have a counter for how fast they are going and how they balance on the Wii Balance Board.

If the player extends their knees after they pass the red area, they will fall down the slope as a snowball, resulting in a 0 instead of anything higher. However, extending their knees in the red area will result in being able to successfully get off the ramp. Then, players must hold their balance. The more balanced they are, the farther they will go. Players will have two tries to get the highest score possible. The highest recorded score for one jump is 202 meters, for Beginner Difficulty. (Citation needed)

There are two difficulties: Beginner and Extra.

The crowd will react in different ways depending on what the player does:

  • If the player extends their knees after they pass the red area, they will fall down the slope as a snowball.
  • If the player extends their knees in the red area, they will wave at the audience as they cheer (though quietly)
    • If the score for that round is 160 meters or more, the audience will cheer even louder as the player does a triumphant move as they have gone very far on the ski jump.

Beginner Difficulty

the player must do what is instructed above and attempt their best in good succession.

Extra Difficulty

The player has a longer slope and it is snowier, causing the screen to be somewhat blurry.


Unbalanced - 160 meters or less

Amateur - 160 to 260 meters

Professional - 260 to 350 meters

Champion - 350 to 404 meters

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