Muscle and flexibility gained from playing Wii
Eddie - Jake has gained muscle lately
Bill - He plays Wii all the time...
Eddie - Yeah, He must have some Serious Wii Iron
|2.||Fat Kid 'Fitness' Sickness|
commonly known as FKFS
-The effect when a fat (or relatively large) kid thinks that playing the wii will make you fit.
-may cause sudden attempts (from that fat kid) of actually being athletic when clearly their are not.
'wow nathan tottaly has Fat kid 'fitness' sickness (FKFS) he tryed to flex for some girls because he stayed up all night playing wii fit
another word for the Wii Fit Balance board, used so you dont have to say the name cause its long as hell.
Yo, get off the wiipad! its my turn to snow board!
A guy whose muscles, due to a lack of sports are reduced to lifting and shifting the mouse on their desktop. A lot of these people who take part in voluntary atrophy can be found in IT-businesses.A mouselifter sits in fornt of his computer all day instead of popping into a gym every once and while.Instead of heavylifting and bench-pressing, some mouselifters claim to have recently found the ultimate way of working out: The Wii...sorry but that pussy-device is fucking ridculous. Move your butt to the nearest gym and grab some weights!
cool guy: Yo homie so what's your bench-press max?
mouselifter: ahhh well you know...i really have no time for that...work and the new GTA Vice City keep me way too busy.
cool guy: Oh yea, so you're the mouselifter kinda guy.
A short-hand for Wii EA Sports Active game. It can also be used to describe any fitness activity involving the Wii.
I spent thirty minutes with Wactive today and my muscles are sore!
A website designed to bring Fitness and Video games together to create a competitive fitness based social networking website.
"I just earned 505 points for my workout on Fitocracy!"
"You should try Fitocracy, it actually succeeded where the Nintendo Wii Failed"
"I need 10 more points to level up on Fitocracy!!!"
The muscular mascot for Michigan State University, featured as a terra cotta statue and foam rubber mascot at games and events.
Sparty has been featured in ESPN commercials, Jones Soda bottles, named "buffest mascot" by Muscle and Fitness magazine and was the first non-athlete featured on the cover of the NCAA Football video game (for the 2009 Wii edition)
Look, on the sideline, it's Sparty leading the fans in the fight song.