A new scheme is being trialled in the UK where Wii consoles are put in schools. The aim is to help kids boost their fitness during lunch times and breaks. This stems from research showing that child obesity levels have risen dramatically. Personally I'm more worried about the shape of that kid's head.
Six schools in Worcestershire, England are taking part in the scheme. The main game played is Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games, due to its high levels of physical activity.
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