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    Sorry but Wario Ware can totally be played sitting down. Everyone plays the games a little differently.

    As for "getting them off their butts", just realize that you are the parent that needs to set time limits for your children with anything involving TV time and video games.

    Showing them "Wii Sports" boxing will only result in them getting off their butts for about 5-10 minutes. If they really want to sit while playing they'll just stop playing the games that require them to stand.

    Just remember you need to step in a restrict use of whatever it is, kids need balance and your guidance to live a balanced life.

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    Is Wario Ware really good? I am also looking for another game that requires some movement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grimmda
    Sorry but Wario Ware can totally be played sitting down. Everyone plays the games a little differently.
    Tut tut Have you been breaking the third rule of Warioware??

    3. Let loose your inhabitions.

    That means you cheated at least once on the squatting game!!!

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    If you are relying on a video game system to make your kids active, you have problems. Everyone has certain types of exercise they hate, and other areas they like. For example, I like cycling. Also if your kids have fallen into a habbit of not exercising it will be hard to break. Human beings are creatures of habit. So find out what they to do like, and force that down their throats. You need to become the alpha leader of the pack.

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    What about the Wii Sports action pack? With the tennis racket wiimote holder etc. That should get them swinging away at tennis rather than the little wrist flick motions

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    Quote Originally Posted by i0n
    What about the Wii Sports action pack? With the tennis racket wiimote holder etc. That should get them swinging away at tennis rather than the little wrist flick motions
    Where can you buy that holder?

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    maybe have them get off there butts and go outside!
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    It's no fun playing Wario Ware sitting down grimmda. Plus their kids, they wont be embarrassed to do all the moves.

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    Okay, I was looking for suggestions on games, not a lesson on parenting. Sagema, did you even read the second part of my post? You accused me of not getting them to excercise just after I wrote that my kids do get out, are into sports and I encourage them to do more. If you think forcing things down their throats, wether they like it or not, is going to help, maybe you're the one with the problem. It's only going to get them to hate it. I said that I think they spend more time playing video games than they ought to. I actually believe it would be best if they didn't play any video games or watch TV at all, but that's not realistic. Kids are going to play video games, so why not choose ones that keep them moving?

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    Warioware all the way! The game is fun childish and gets you off your butt!

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