The Nintendo Wii is beating Sony's seemingly unbeatable PlayStation 3, according to this article in the New York Times.
That may be the best explanation for the growing popularity of the Nintendo Wii, the new video game system that has players jumping, punching and swinging, giving them an aerobic workout right in front of their television sets.
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Makes me think that adding a little physicality to a meeting might not be a bad thing. Even in lectures I've attended, my attention perks right back up if they have us stand up and stretch for a minute. Is there something physical your session leaders can tie into their content? Nothing too strenuous, of course, but something to involve the bod as well as the mind?