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US Navy Considering Wii Fit and DDR For Boot Camp

May 28th, 2010 05:19 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

almehdaaol writes “New military recruits are coming in physically heavier and out of shape, so the US Navy has decided to take an interesting course of action by creating a new training regimen inspired by the fitness-centric Wii Fit and Dance Dance Revolution.”
This comes alongside a report confirming some of the BS we told our parents when we were growing up: “Bavelier said playing the kill-or-be-killed games can improve peripheral vision and the ability to see objects at dusk, and the games can even be used to treat amblyopia, or lazy eye, a disorder characterized by indistinct vision in one eye. She said she believes the games can improve math performance and other brain tasks.”

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