Stillness test - try closing your eyes. This can help you to not be distracted by the box when it starts moving around the screen. Or you could just sit...
Agility test - make small shifts in your weight. Avoid big, sudden movements, because even if you manage to hit the box you will waste time correcting your balance afterwards. Once the boxes start moving around, try to place your center of balance dot in their pathway first, then move towards them. That way it is much less likely that you will miss it.
Walking test - make sure you shift your weight evenly from foot to foot. Look down as you walk and make sure your feet stay perfectly centered on the board!
Standing on one foot - move your foot so that it is a little farther to the side where the inside of your foot is (right to the left, left to the right). That should help a lot, since when you balance on one foot a lot of the weight goes to the outside of your foot.
Balance test - Know where the meters are going to appear before they get there. That way, you can already have your weight shifted so it's in the box before the box even appears. The boxes go: a little more weight right, then a little left, then more to the right, then a lot to the left, and last equal.
Earn the most rotations by making large circles with your hips, trying to make each rotation of your hips the same. It's better to make large circles at a medium pace than a lot of small circles really fast. It also helps a lot if you catch all the hoops the first time, so that extra multiplier comes in for a longer period of time. You don't have to start leaning to the side until the hoop is about halfway to you, so that you can keep spinning the rest of your hoops to get more points.
This balance game may be tough to figure out at first. The goal is to stay perfectly still, so that the candle in the center will stay lit for the entire 2 minutes. If you hear a voice shout and a graphic appear on the screen, then you have already lost...it's not a "distraction test." You lose when your center of balance moves around too much.
To stay perfectly still, I recommend sitting on the balance board with your legs crossed normally on the ground. That should give you some extra stability. Watch the candle flame intensely, and don't be distracted by noises, camera movement, or the moth that flies around and eventually burns up in the candle. Breathe steadily and through your nose, and try not to move your shoulders as you breathe.
If you are getting very frustrated with this game, I recommend taking a break and then coming back to it later. The more frustrated you get, the more tense you tend to become, which makes it even harder. Try the Deep Breathing activity on yoga for some practice.
If you wan't to do the ultimate balance test then just pick your character then go into training,but don't pick any of the 4 categories(yoga,strength,aerobics,balence games)instead click on the wii fit person and he will ask you whother or not you wan't to go for the ultimate balence test