Chicago Tribune

The Nintendo Wii has been called revolutionary. Instead of grooming another generation of couch potatoes, the gaming system, which replicates real-world motions such as swinging a tennis racket, running track or throwing a bowling ball, differentiates itself from the competition because it inspires gamers to get up and get moving. But there’s a flip side: This virtual workout can result in real-time aches and pains.

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