Exercise Swing

My sword swing has come a long way though.

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10 Responses to Exercise Swing

  1. Anna says:

    I once didn’t shower for two days after going to a gig because I was quite convinced the bones in my neck had dissolved and I couldn’t move out of bed for days. It was awesome.

    I’m pretty sure my comment is somehow related to the post. Hmm.

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  2. Tell me you were at least playing on a Wii…

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  3. Russ Nickel says:

    I watched my neighbor play through that and I’m pretty sure he could travel to medieval times and do alright after all that hacking and slashing.

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  4. egerardis says:

    Tell me. Would you do it again and again and again on a regular basis?

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  5. Joanna says:

    Bahahaha! Fantastic! I felt the same way after a few rounds of Kinect Adventures. I was sweating buckets!

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  6. Ryan says:

    I just started playing the Wii again. Last night. Wii Fit. My mom had the highest fitness score. True story.

    Love your blog.

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  7. underwhelmer says:

    Nintendo needs to come up with a sword or bow controller if they haven’t already. I wonder if the anti-video game activists would then blame all archery related deaths on Zelda though? 😦

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  8. AaronA1C says:

    I got to the end of the Earth Temple, and I suddenly forgot how to throw bombs! Pushing “2” will bring up the controls, but it doesn’t pause the game. I had to go up to the top of that slope and re-teach myself how to throw bombs, all while that ball-of-fire guy is throwing fireballs in my general direction. Good times. Love your blog by the way!

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    • Rae says:

      Haha, I get annoyed that rolling bombs requires me to sit up more. I just finished the earth temple a few days ago. I always get caught up in the little side quests you do in town, but at least the game lasts longer that way.

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