Isometric & Karate Exercise: Wii de Kotsuban Fitness
|Isometric & Karate Exercise: Wii de Kotsuban Fitness|
|Release date(s)||JP December 3, 2009|
|Input methods||Wii Remote + Nunchuk, Wii Balance Board|
Isometric & Karate Exercise: Wii de Kotsuban Fitness (Wiiで骨盤Fitness), was arranged for Wii by an exercise designed by Toshiyuki Ikeda, a judo mentor, based on over 25 years of treatment experience. In this work, you can efficiently train the muscles of the whole body, especially around the pelvis, without putting excessive strain on the muscles and joints. "Main exercise" converges more than 50 exercises including stretching and strength training. In addition, various functions such as “Karate exercise” that performs exercises incorporating karate movement with Wii remote control and nunchaku, “joint age check” that measures using balance Wii board, and marking display of conscious part are enhanced. is doing. Karate exercises can be performed by up to four people with a Wii remote control and nunchuk.
Wii Balance Board
This title supports Wii Balance Board, though no emulation is provided for the Wii Balance Board. The real Wii Balance Board may be required to access some features.
- In Bluetooth Passthrough mode, a Balance Board can be synced just like any Wii Remote, without any special configuration. Refer to the article for details.
- Otherwise, set the Balance Board option in the Controller Configuration dialog from "None" to "Real Balance Board". Then press the red "Sync" button in the battery compartment of the balance board, and press "Refresh" if Continuous Scanning is disabled. There is no fast sync (Wii Remote 1+2) in the Balance Board, so the sync button must be used each time.
There are no reported problems with this title.
No configuration changes are known to affect compatibility for this title.
The graph below charts the compatibility with Isometric & Karate Exercise: Wii de Kotsuban Fitness since Dolphin'srelease, listing revisions only where a compatibility change occurred.
This title has been tested on the environments listed below: