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    Quote Originally Posted by Riviet
    Yeah, I think it's the excessive play, otherwise, wouldn't we all be getting injured and complaining?

    Also, do we know how old this guy is?
    24 if i remember correctly

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    Ok folks. Remember to stretch every muscle before turning the wii on. In this persons case seems like they need to spend a little more "personal" time and this would have not been a problem. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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    Are you serious?? That must explain why I had that pain when I first played Wii Tennis and Wii Boxing

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    I had a kinda pain the next morning from playing boxing for 4 hours. I got to pro!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Almo
    Wow i just finished reading an article about the Wii and its actions,
    apparently some guy ended up in hospital with swolen joints that had to be operated on.
    When playing tennis and such energy from the body is sent up the arm and into the bat/club/raquet which then passes on energy to the ball which causes it to move through the air. when playing wii energy from the body is sent up the arm and into the wiimote, however there is no ball to transfer this kinetic energy to so the energy is rebounded back through the wiimote and down the arm where its released in the weakest parts of the arm (i.e. the spaces between joints) apparently this builds up a fluid in the joints and can cause swelling and pain.

    Hahaha!! I hope you dont believe this shit... according to this all baseball players would have severely messed up joints in there arms, wrists and shoulders.

    Do you have any idea how much players swing and miss the ball while batting??? and theres other things that i could go on about but its not worth it.

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    it's funny the wii's been out for so long and you havent even thought of anything like this, then some guy figures he can make money

    if your joints are seizing from minor motion with the wiimote, maybe you shouldnt be inside playing video games either
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    Thats a nice bit of info there. I am still going to play on my Wii as much as before, but its good to know, just in case.

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    Games consoles have been doing this for years
    Pacman elbow
    Thumb burns
    Death by lack of sleep (due to crappy save points)
    So its not new


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkprinny
    Games consoles have been doing this for years
    Pacman elbow
    Thumb burns
    Death by lack of sleep (due to crappy save points)
    So its not new
    Mario Party 1. Oh the pain.

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    Me and my brother got blisters on our palm's of our hands from Mario Party 1 on the N64, if I remember correctly it was the boat game where you have to stay in the middle of a river and try and stop the other team from pusing you to the side by spinning around the joystick.

    Also doesn't Wii Sports tell you to take a break after like a couple of games, if I remember...

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