Wii Fit Trainer (SSB4)

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Wii Fit Trainer
in Super Smash Bros. 4
Wii Fit Trainer
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Universe Wii Fit
Availability Starter
Final Smash Wii Fit
Tier E (49)
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Wii Fit Trainer Weighs In!
—Introduction Tagline

Wii Fit Trainer (Wii Fit トレーナー, Wii Fit Trainer) is a playable character in Super Smash Bros. 4. After initial reveal trailers, her status as a newcomer was revealed during E3 2013 on June 11th, 2013. She was one of the three newcomers announced at E3 2013, alongside Villager and Mega Man. A male version of Wii Fit Trainer was shown on October 31st, 2013, the release date for the trial version of Wii Fit U,[1] and was later confirmed to be an alternate costume during the April 8th, 2014 Super Smash Bros. Direct. She was also among the first wave of amiibo figures compatible with SSB4.

Unlike a majority of the characters, Wii Fit Trainer has different voice actors depending on the region. The voice actors of each region's female or male trainers respectively are as follows:

  • In American English: October Moore/Steve Heinke
  • In British English: Tania Emery/Luke Smith
  • In Japanese: Hitomi Hirose/Tomoyuki Higuchi
  • In French: Corinne Kempa/François Anseaume (dialogue), Christophe Hespel (grunts)
  • In American Spanish: Isabela Arevalo/Horacio Mancilla
  • In Spanish: Pilar Orti/Javier Fernandez Peña
  • In Italian: Lara Parmiani/Giovanni Loto
  • In German: Sylvia St. John/Michael Hulsmann
  • In the European Portuguese, Dutch and Russian versions of SSB4, their British English voices are used.

Wii Fit Trainer is currently ranked 49th out of 58 on the tier list, placing her in the E tier. Wii Fit Trainer's greatest strength is her offensive potential, as she is able to quickly rack up damage and has respectable power, both of which can be strengthened by using Deep Breathing. She also has two useful projectiles in Sun Salutation and Header, a formidable approach thanks to her mobility, offstage stalling potential with her wall jump, Header and Deep Breathing, and a decent combo game and impressive mindgame potential due to her unusual hitbox placements.

Wii Fit Trainer's recovery is overall quite good due to a number of traits. In addition to her fairly high jumps and her ability to wall jump, Super Hoop covers above average vertical distance when button mashed, while its hoops can fend off point-blank edge-guarders. Although situational, the first use of aerial Header can be used to either grant a small vertical boost when used at the apex of a jump, or stall her descent. By extension, these traits also grant her fairly strong edge-guarding potential.

However, Wii Fit Trainer's greatest flaw is her range. Her aforementioned unusual hitbox placements make it difficult for her to space consistently without her projectiles, since her hitboxes are mostly focused on very specific parts of her body, making it relatively easy to whiff hits despite her body visibly touching against an opponent. Her range issue is also very apparent with her grab game, as her grabs can miss unless she is practically touching the opponent. Incidentally, her grab game is also largely unimpressive overall: her pummel is very slow, while her throws have very minimal utility outside of dealing damage.

Although she boasts respectable power, Wii Fit Trainer's only has a handful of attacks that KO at reasonable percentages while not boosted by Deep Breathing. In addition, these KOing options are either burdened with considerable overall lag (smash attacks) or rely on sweetspots to KO reliably (up smash and back aerial), which leaves her with only one (up aerial) that has consistent KO potential either with or without Deep Breathing. Deep Breathing itself is also flawed: its duration is short and its recharge time is long, which necessitate wise usage. Lastly, Wii Fit Trainer's recovery is predictable and short-ranged without extendable elements (such as Header) or button mashing Super Hoop.

Due to her steep learning curve, hitbox placements and poor KO ability, Wii Fit Trainer has a small playerbase and is perceived to have poor matchups against a large portion of the cast. However, she has nonetheless managed to achieve a decent amount of success at various levels of tournament play: John Numbers and Waveguider have collectively won a handful of local tournaments, while John Numbers, RIN and Wii Twerk Trainer have each managed to achieve several high placings in both singles and doubles at regional and national tournaments.

Attributes[edit]

Wii Fit Trainer is a middleweight that, unsurprisingly for a character hailing from the Wii Fit series, has overall good mobility. She possesses good grounded mobility thanks to her slightly above average walking and dashing speeds, above average traction, and a very effective fox-trot. While Wii Fit Trainer's aerial mobility is marginally less effective in comparison due to her slightly below average air speed, it is nonetheless capable. This is thanks to her above average air acceleration, slightly above average gravity, her above average jump height, and her ability to wall jump. Wii Fit Trainer also has impressive evasiveness: her sidesteps, rolls and air dodges are all fast, while her crouch and crawl are the lowest ones in the game.

In keeping with her home series, Wii Fit Trainer's moveset involves her assuming various yoga poses or performing certain exercises. As a result, many of her attacks possess unusual hitbox properties. For example, her forward aerial and Header each have two hitboxes that allow them to either launch the opponent or meteor smash them, while her neutral attack, forward tilt and forward smash can punish and/or surprise opponents due to possessing backward hitboxes like many down smashes do. In addition to granting Wii Fit Trainer impressive mindgame potential, her unique hitbox properties also make her capable of warding off pressure or even punishing rolls.

Wii Fit Trainer's air game is also overall formidable. Her neutral aerial has a respectable damage output, favorable launching angles, and minimal ending and landing lag, all of which make it possibly her most useful combo starter when short hopped. With its ability to combo into her forward and up tilts, which also possess respectable combo potentials, neutral aerial is also pivotal aspect of Wii Fit Trainer's damage racking potential. Her up and back aerials can KO at reasonable percentages, even when not boosted by Deep Breathing, while her back aerial also has sex kick properties. Lastly, Wii Fit Trainer's forward and down aerials boast respectable damage outputs and are capable of meteor smashing. When supplemented with her capable recovery and aerial mobility, her forward, back and down aerials allow her to function as a potent edge-guarder.

Wii Fit Trainer also possesses versatile special moves. Sun Salutation charges quickly and is spammable, while fully charging it allows it to deal impressive damage and slightly heal Wii Fit Trainer upon being fired. Header is an extremely useful edge projectile, to the point that it is arguably one of the best guard breakers in the game due to its numerous uses, such as deterring approaches after dropping from a ledge, edgeguarding recovering enemies, meteor smashing properties when hit with the attack's headbutt, and its ability to be canceled for a fake-out. Deep Breathing increases her overall damage output, overall knockback and even her walking speed when it is successfully used. As such, it can bolster her already strong damage racking ability and KOing options, strengthen her forward tilt and fully charged Sun Salutation into becoming viable KOing options, and supplement her camping ability alongside Sun Salutation and Header. In addition to its offensive benefits, Deep Breathing also slightly heals Wii Fit Trainer like Sun Salutation. Wii Fit Trainer's primary recovery option, Super Hoop, grants above average vertical distance when button mashed. It also deals 5% to any opponents that come into contact with the hoops, which grants it some protection against edge-guarders.

Although Wii Fit Trainer's unique hitbox placements grant her some noteworthy benefits, their placements are also problematic. This is especially evident with smaller characters, as Wii Fit Trainer's fastest attacks to threaten them with are her neutral attack and forward tilt, and even then she can only do so when using their leg hitboxes. Wii Fit Trainer's range is further hindered by her grounded moves largely keeping her stationary, with her up smash being possibly her riskiest yet most rewarding move: despite being her strongest attack overall with or without Deep Breathing, its strongest hitbox is located at her hands, while the entire move itself can miss grounded opponents unless they are practically touching her. Wii Fit Trainer's grab game is overall unimpressive. While her grabs are easy to land from out of shield due to her high traction, they have poor ranges outside of that position. This is coupled with the fact that her grab hitbox is relatively high, making it one of the few grabs that easily whiffs against smaller opponents. Additionally, her pummel's high damage output is largely offset by its very slow speed. Lastly, her throws are largely unrewarding overall: none of them possess KO potential at reasonable percentages, even when boosted by Deep Breathing, while forward, up and down throws have minimal combo potential only from 0%-20%.

While the majority of Wii Fit Trainer's moves have minimal start-up lag, they hindered by considerable ending lag, which results in her needing to be plan accordingly in order to avoid punishment when attempting to use her neutral aerial's combos and especially her KOing options. Lastly, her KO potential is inconsistent due to both her fairly small number of KOing options outside of Deep Breathing, as well as Deep Breathing itself. Her KOing options without Deep Breathing consist of her smash attacks, back aerial and up aerial, and they all boast respectable power. However, up aerial is the only one that is not burdened with any glaring issues in regard to lag or hitbox placements. While Deep Breathing remedies this and also makes forward tilt and fully charged Sun Salutation into viable KOing options, it only lasts for approximately 9.8 seconds upon its first successful use (approximately 7 seconds upon subsequent uses) and has a considerably long recharge time, regardless of whether or not it was successfully performed. Lastly, Wii Fit Trainer's varied recovery is nonetheless predictable, as Super Hoop is quite easy to gimp due to its linearity, rather slow speed and very minimal horizontal range.

In regard to custom moves, Wii Fit Trainer benefits significantly from one: Jumbo Hoop. While it grants minimal vertical distance and has an extreme amount of ending lag, it grants very good horizontal distance. It also possesses a very large hitbox, which can deal up to 30%, a good amount of shield damage, boasts priority over all non-disjointed and/or non-projectile attacks, and can even be used to edge-guard, gimp or KO.

Overall, Wii Fit Trainer has a steep learning curve, as wise usage of her distinct hitbox placements can confound opponents and leave them guessing as to how to counteract them. As such, she performs optimally with a hit and run playstyle that relies on using her unique hitboxes for combos, mindgames, punishment and warding off pressure, using her potent air game for edge-guarding, and camping/zoning with her projectiles.

Update history[edit]

Wii Fit Trainer has been buffed only once via game updates, but the buffs she received were noticeable. Update 1.1.0 improved the damage outputs, knockback and ranges of many of her moves, while her grabs became much more reliable overall due to their grab boxes being lowered. Her special moves were also improved in a variety of ways. Both Sun Salutation and Sweeping Sun Salutation now heal 1% more, improving their utility. Header's cancel timing has been decreased, which allows for more mix-ups, while it and its variations gained increased knockback growth on all of their respective hitboxes, and increased health for their soccer balls. Lastly, Deep Breathing now grants a 20% boost (16% for subsequent uses) to her overall damage output, and a 30% boost to her overall knockback for approximately 9.8 seconds during its first successful use (approximately 7 seconds during subsequent uses), which significantly improves its utility thanks to allowing Wii Fit Trainer to inflict much more damage and KO reliably.

However, the changes to the shield mechanics brought about in updates 1.1.0 and 1.1.1 slightly hinder her, as her moveset's low hitlag is less safe on shield despite her reliable projectiles. Nevertheless, the buffs Wii Fit Trainer received have improved her standing against the rest of the cast.

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS 1.0.4

  • Nerf Airdodge landing lag standardized from 12 frames to 22.
  • Change Properties of forward air have been modified.

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS 1.0.5

Super Smash Bros. 4 1.1.0

  • Buff Up tilt deals 2% more damage: 8% → 10%.
  • Buff Forward smash's hitbox sizes increased.
  • Buff Up smash's knockback growth: 95 (clean hands)/100 (clean body)/110 (late hands)/105 (late body) → 97/102/112/107 and hitbox sizes increased, improving its KO potential.
  • Buff Down smash deals 2% more damage: 10% (outside)/8% (inside) → 12%/10% and its knockback growth increased: 107 → 110, improving its KO potential.
  • Buff Neutral's knockback growth increased: 70 (hit 1)/100 (hit 2) → 72/102 and its first hitbox's size increased, improving its combo potential.
  • Buff Forward, back, up and down aerials' knockback growth increased: 100 (forward arm)/60 (forward leg)/98 (clean back)/100 (late back)/80 (up)/80 (grounded down)/78 (aerial down)/100 (late down) → 102/62/100/102/82/82/80/102.
  • Buff All grabs have had their grabboxes lowered. This allows them to grab crouching characters and improves their reliability against small characters.
  • Buff Sun Salutation and Sweeping Sun Salutation heal 1% more damage: 1% (Sun Salutation)/2% (Sweeping Sun Salutation) → 2%/3%.
  • Buff All variations of Header have had their hitboxes' knockback growth and soccer balls' health increased.
  • Buff Header's landing lag decreased: 29 frames → 16.
  • Buff Deep Breathing increases overall damage output: 20% (initial)/16% (subsequent) and overall knockback: 30% (both) for approximately 9.8 seconds during its first successful use and approximately 7 seconds during subsequent uses.

Super Smash Bros. 4 1.1.1

  • Change Volatile Breathing's unknown collision flag altered.

Moveset[edit]

  • Wii Fit Trainer can increase her walking speed, overall damage output and overall knockback with Deep Breathing. The following moveset list details the properties of her attacks when she has not used Deep Breathing.
  • Wii Fit Trainer can wall jump and crawl, with her crawl notably having the lowest height in the game.
  Name Damage Description
Neutral attack   3% (most), 2% (late rear) Assumes the Single Leg Extension to attack with an outstretched arm, then performs a knee strike from a Knee Raise, then performs a kneeling stomp from a Single Leg Kneeling Squat. The first hit also has a hitbox on Wii Fit Trainer's leg that deals much more knockback and has mindgame potential, as it can be used for spacing or edge-guarding. The third hit is able to bury grounded opponents, which can easily follow up into a tilt attack or a smash attack. However, Wii Fit Trainer can also wait for the opponent to wriggle out of being buried and catch them with an aerial attack.
2%
3%
Forward tilt Dancer 9% Assumes the Dancer pose to attack with an outstretched arm and arcing leg on both sides. As a result, it is useful for punishing rolling opponents. Does not move her at all on use, which can make it difficult to land. Both of Wii Fit Trainer's limbs deal high knockback growth, but have differing traits: her arm launches the opponent horizontally and is better for KOing, whereas her leg launches them vertically and is thus able to start combos. Its different launching trajectories also grant it mindgame potential when it is pivoted. Her arm KOs middleweights at 144% while near the edge, whereas her leg KOs them at 162%.
Up tilt Triangle 10% (front), 2% (close late rear) Assumes the Triangle pose to attack with her outstretched arm. It is slightly difficult to hit opponents beside her due to its small hitbox, but it hits on both sides like her forward tilt. Launches the opponent straight up and is reliable for combos, particularly into itself and up smash, or as a follow-up from a short hopped up aerial.
Down tilt Bridge 12% Assumes the Bridge pose to attack with her knees. It has fairly quick start-up and deals both respectable damage and high hitstun, but lacks knockback for its power and has high ending lag. Useful for retaliating after dodging with her effective crouch. It is also capable of launching opponents behind her, which can be immediately followed up with a reversed forward tilt or a reversed fully charged Sun Salutation.
Dash attack Gate 6% Assumes the Gate pose while sliding to attack with her arcing arm. It has a respectable duration, which makes it useful for mindgames when used alongside a fox-trot. However, it is punishable on shield.
Forward smash Warrior 15.5%/14% Assumes the Warrior pose to attack with her outstretched arms on both sides. Strikes in both directions, but the backward hit may miss smaller characters. Its front hit may not reliably connect, as the hitbox is at Wii Fit Trainer's arm, especially if the opponent is small or the opponent has been buried. Its respectable damage output and high knockback growth allow it to KO middleweights at 103% while near the edge. However, its considerable start-up and ending lag make it very punishable.
Up smash Tree 18% (clean hands), 15% (clean body), 11% (late lands), 8% (late body) Assumes the Tree pose to attack with her outstretched, clasped hands. It has good vertical range and its clean hitboxes have intangibility from start-up, making it useful for aerial protection. However, its purely vertical hitbox makes it extremely difficult to use against a grounded opponent, as Wii Fit Trainer has to practically touch them in order to hit them. In addition, it is very punishable due to its considerable start-up and ending lag. Its clean hands' hitbox KOs middleweights at 98% from center-stage, whereas its clean body's hitbox KOs them at 106%.
Down smash Arm & Leg Lift 12% (outside), 10% (inside) Performs the Arm & Leg Lift to attack with an outstretched arm and outstretched leg. It is a semi-spike and boasts very high knockback, which makes it very useful for punishing rolls, setting up edge-guards or KOing outright. Due to Wii Fit Trainer's excellent crouch height, it can even avoid certain moves for a free retaliating hit. However, it is very punishable due to having the highest amount of start-up lag out her smash attacks, as well as a considerable amount of ending lag. It KOs middleweights at 113% while near the edge.
Neutral aerial Jackknife 5% (hit 1), 9% (hit 2) Assumes the Jackknife pose to attack with her arms and legs. It deals impressive damage when both of its hits connect, connects much easier compared to most of her attacks due to its fairly large hitbox, has minimal ending and landing lag, and autocancels from a short hop. Altogether, these traits make it potentially her best combo starter when short hopped. Its most reliable combos are into her forward and up tilts from 0%-10%, with the former tilt being capable of leading into aerial combos when connecting with its leg hitbox, while the latter tilt can combo into her neutral attack. Beginning at 50%, it can combo into her other aerials, which are effective even up to high percentages. In the event both hits do not land, it still has combo potential via its first hit, which can combo into a back aerial.
Forward aerial Single Leg Extension 10% (clean), 6% (late) Assumes the Single Leg Extension pose to attack with an outstretched arm and outstretched leg. Due to hitbox placements, it can be awkward to connect with. Wii Fit Trainer's leg can meteor smash and, due to coming out on frame 9 like her arm hitbox, it is among the fastest meteor smashes in the game. Autocancels from a short hop.
Back aerial Cobra 13.5% (clean feet), 11% (clean legs), 9% (clean body), 6% (late) Assumes the Cobra pose to perform a double footed back kick. It comes out on frame 5, making it Wii Fit Trainer's fastest aerial, and a fast attack in general. When coupled with its high knockback growth, it feet's clean hitbox enables it to KO middleweights at 120% while near the edge. It also has sex kick properties, but unlike typical sex kicks, it has a short duration.
Up aerial Half Moon 10% Assumes the Half Moon pose to attack with her outstretched, clasped hands. It comes out on frame 6, making it Wii Fit Trainer's second fastest aerial, and a fast attack in general. In addition to having good juggling potential, it has a wide range and KO potential, as it KOs middleweights at 122% while near the upper blast line. Autocancels from a short hop.
Down aerial Chair 13% (clean grounded), 14% (clean aerial), 8% (late) Assumes the Chair pose to perform a double foot stomp. It can meteor smash, but only on aerial opponents. Despite this, it is still fairly powerful against grounded opponents, as it can KO middleweights at 144% while near the edge. However, it comes out on frame 20, which makes it Wii Fit Trainer's slowest aerial.
Grab   Performs a bodyweight squat to grab and lift the opponent off the ground. Wii Fit Trainer's grabs have extremely poor ranges, to the point that they almost require her to be physically touching the opponent in order to connect.
Pummel 3% Squeezes the opponent. Slow, but one of the most damaging pummels in the game.
Forward throw   3% (hit 1), 7% (throw) A jump serve, a technique used in volleyball. Due to having the second highest base knockback and lowest knockback growth out of her throws, its only combo is into a fully charged Sun Salutation beginning at 0% and up to low percentages. Outside of this, its utility consists only of dealing damage and setting up an edge-guard.
Back throw   3% (hit 1), 6% (throw) Throws the opponent behind herself and then dropkicks them away. Like forward throw, it has high base knockback and below average knockback growth, which makes it unable to KO reliably and even less capable of partaking in KOs. As a result, its utility consists only of dealing damage and setting up an edge-guard.
Up throw   11% A jump set, a technique used in volleyball. It has the lowest base knockback and the highest knockback growth out of her throws, which allows to combo into an up aerial at low percentages. Despite being Wii Fit Trainer's most damaging throw, its knockback growth is merely average, and thus it will not KO middleweights until 208% from center-stage.
Down throw   7% Slams the opponent onto the ground between her legs. Arguably her worst throw, due to it being her least damaging throw, and being almost impossible to combo with due to its long ending lag. However, it can be followed up with a back aerial or a reversed fully charged Sun Salutation if the opponent's reaction is read properly.
Floor attack (front)   7% Performs a spinning, double legged roundhouse kick.
Floor attack (back)   7% Kicks around herself while getting up.
Floor attack (trip)   5% Kicks around herself while getting up.
Edge attack   7% Performs a dropkick while climbing up.
Neutral special Default Sun Salutation 5% (uncharged), 18% (fully charged) Assumes the Sun Worship pose and charges a yellow energy ball in front of herself. Like Charge Shot, the energy ball grows in size as it charges. While it charges much faster in comparison, it deals less damage and knockback. However, a fully charged Sun Salutation has decent KO potential, as it KOs middleweights at 148% while near the edge. Firing a fully charged Sun Salutation also heals Wii Fit Trainer by 2%.
Custom 1 Enriched Sun Salutation 3% (uncharged), 21% (fully charged) Instead of growing, the energy ball shrinks as it charges. It deals more damage when fully charged, but does not heal Wii Fit Trainer. It is also useful for playing mindgames, since its small size when fully charged can make opponents assume that it is merely an uncharged Sun Salutation.
Custom 2 Sweeping Sun Salutation 1.2% (uncharged), 1.6% (fully charged) The energy ball hits multiple times and drags opponents along with it moves slowly. If released at full charge, it will heal 3%.
Side special Default Header 15% (clean headbutt), 10% (late headbutt) Heads a soccer ball. It has impressive mindgame potential overall due to its manipulable nature and hitboxes. The ball can be hit early if the special button is pressed, which launches the ball at different angles. Wii Fit Trainer can also air dodge upon initiating it, which drops the ball next to her and allows her to subsequently launch it with any other attack. However, air dodging while using Header renders her helpless. Aside from hitting the ball, the headbutt itself can be used as an attack and is able to meteor smash. In addition to its offensive potential, it has recovery potential: using it after a jump grants a slight boost upward, whereas using it while descending will briefly stall her, similarly to Cape. However, it cannot be used again until Wii Fit Trainer lands on a platform or stage, while its meteor smash hitbox is small due to only covering her head.
Custom 1 Huge Header 15% (clean headbutt), 10% (late headbutt) The soccer ball is much larger, but is slower and deals less damage. It stays on the stage for some time, and can hit opponents multiple times if it bounces off the stage and touches the opponent again.
Custom 2 Weighted Header 15% (clean headbutt), 10% (late headbutt) The soccer ball is heavier, stronger and faster, which gives it actual KO potential. However, it disappears faster and its increased weight results in it having extremely limited range, as it will drop near Wii Fit Trainer's feet if used.
Up special Default Super Hoop 5% Ascends while twirling hula hoops around herself. Wii Fit Trainer can ascend higher and faster if the special button is mashed, which greatly improves its ascent. At the end of the move, the hoops fall and can hit opponents. The hoops deal damage and can be used to stage spike, although this is somewhat difficult and risky.
Custom 1 Jumbo Hoop 6% Grants minimal vertical distance, but considerable horizontal distance, maneuverability, and larger hoops. Deceptively useful as an attack, as the hoops have a large hitbox and great maneuverability, allowing Wii Fit Trainer to keep the hoops on the opponent to deal a sizable amount of damage. It is equally difficult to interrupt outside of projectiles.
Custom 2 Hoop Hurricane 2% (loop 1), 4% (loop 2) Has a vacuum effect, which can trap opponents in the hoops, hit multiple times, and makes the whole move much faster. Without button mashing, the move gains very little vertical movement, but button mashing will grant it a bit more height than Super Hoop.
Down special Default Deep Breathing Takes a deep breath. When used correctly, it heals 2%, increases her walking speed and overall damage output by 1.2x, and increases her overall knockback by 1.3x for ≈9.8 seconds. However, it has a long recharge time and subsequent uses have a lower damage output multiplier (1.16x) and a shorter duration (≈7 seconds), whether the initial use was successful or unsuccessful.
Custom 1 Volatile Breathing 15% (near), 8% (far) Instead of healing or boosting, it creates a large explosion.
Custom 2 Steady Breathing Instead of boosting damage and knockback, it significantly increases her weight and grants super armor, thus making her much more difficult to launch. It also heals 5%, but takes even longer to recharge when used.
Final Smash Wii Fit 5%, 4%, 3% (based on position and timing) Assumes the Warrior pose to emit several multicolored afterimages forward, with each afterimage dealing damage and launching opponents caught.

On-screen appearance[edit]

  • Steps off the Wii Balance Board after balancing on it. After stepping off, the Balance Board floats into the air, waves goodbye to Wii Fit Trainer and then disappears in a puff of smoke.
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Taunts[edit]

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  • Up taunt: Stretches her arms above her head, saying "Let's get a good stretch." (ストレッチは念入りにしましょう, Stretch thoroughly.)[2]
  • Side taunt: Stretches her shoulders, saying "Stretch those shoulders." (肩の筋肉を伸ばします, Stretch those shoulder muscles.)
  • Down taunt: Sits down and stretches her legs, saying "Let's stretch our legs." (脚を伸ばしましょう, Let's stretch our legs.) This taunt can allow Wii Fit Trainer to actually avoid attacks with high hitboxes.
Up taunt Side taunt Down taunt
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Idle poses[edit]

  • Stretches her neck.
  • Shifts her weight and twists her hips.
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Crowd cheer[edit]

English Japanese
Cheer
Wii Fit Trainer Cheer NTSC SSB4.ogg
Wii Fit Trainer Cheer JP SSB4.ogg
Description Wii Fit! Wii Fit!
Pitch Group chant Group chant

Victory poses[edit]

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A remix of the jingle that plays upon successfully completing a minigame in the Wii Fit series.
  • Assumes the Triangle pose, then the Standing Knee Hug pose, and then the Single Leg Extension pose.
  • Assumes the Tree pose and then the Warrior pose.
  • Wipes her forehead with a towel draped around her shoulders and then strikes a thumbs up.
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  • During these victory poses, Wii Fit Trainer will say one of these lines depending on their gender.
Female outfits Male outfits
"The key is to focus on your balance."
"Feel the stretch through your arm and leg."
"Work hard to tone that tummy!"
"Let's work on building a strong upper body."
"That's it, feel the burn!"
"Stretching your spine will help stimulate your body."
"Let's tone up those legs."
"Time to firm up your thighs and back muscles!"
"Good posture begins with a strong base."
"This pose strengthens the back and improves posture."
"Let's step up the intensity!"
"Stabilize your upper body."
"Let's work on your balance."
"Let's work on your coordination."
"Feel the burn in your thighs and glutes!"
"This exercise works your core muscles."
"Don't forget to exhale when exerting yourself."
"Keep at it every day to improve your posture!"
"How about some deep breathing?"
"Let's do some jackknife exercises!"
"Watch your posture. Keep those glutes tucked in!"
"Follow my lead as we do this pose together!"
"Tuck in those glutes!"
"Exercise every day to tone your body!"
"Now that was a great workout!"
"That was a great workout!"
"Work towards strong, firm abs!"
"Your lower body is key for support."
"When exerting yourself, remember to keep breathing."
"Firm up those abs!"
"You're wobbling! Try to keep your balance."
"Now, let's try it together!"
"Let's get fired up!"

In competitive play[edit]

Official Custom Moveset Project[edit]

Character Custom sets available
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Notable players[edit]

Active[edit]

Inactive[edit]

Tier placement and history[edit]

Wii Fit Trainer has remained one of the most obscure characters since SSB4's release. Despite players pointing out her great camping potential courtesy of Sun Salutation and Header, Deep Breathing's healing and temporary buff abilities, and her fast frame data, others have argued that her poor range and very limited combo options are glaring disadvantages in competitive play. While she has notable players like John Numbers and Waveguider, her sparse results have hindered her standing among the cast throughout SSB4's lifespan. This has been reflected by her consistent status as a low-tier character, as she was ranked 39th on the first tier list, 46th/47th on the second tier list (which also tied her with Bowser Jr.), and 49th on the third and current tier list.

Reveal trailer[edit]

Trophies[edit]

Wii Fit Trainer
ntsc The female trainer who helps you in the Wii Fit series. She favors a fighting style composed of yoga poses. This makes her a capable close-quarters fighter, but she has ranged attacks as well. She also has a move called Deep Breathing, which can heal you and increase attack power if timed right.
pal You can choose one of two Trainers to help whip you into shape - or better yet, whip everyone else into shape! Use all sorts of yoga poses and exercises to get fit and flexible, and inflict serious damage on the other fighters in the process! Or try some deep-breathing drills to increase power and defence. It's all good!
Wii: Wii Fit (05/2008)
Wii: Wii Fit Plus (10/2009)
Wii Fit Trainer (Alt.)
ntsc The male trainer from the Wii Fit series, his neutral special Sun Salutation charges up a ball of light that, when launched, will heal him a bit. His Jackknife pose is excellent for toning the abdominal muscles, but in Smash Bros. the Wii Fit Trainer uses it as an air attack. Timed right, the attack can hit twice!
pal The Wii Fit Trainers' Sun Salutation move charges a ball of sunlight in front of you, which you can then fire forwards. When fully charged, it even heals you slightly! Jackknife exercises can help tone your abs, but they also work for air attacks in this game. Get close to a foe and, if you time it right, you can do a rep to hit them twice.
Wii: Wii Fit (05/2008)
Wii: Wii Fit Plus (10/2009)
Wii Fit
ntsc Wii Fit Trainer strikes the Warrior pose, sending an army of silhouettes flying forth in a variety of poses (21 in all!). This Final Smash's individual hits don't hurt much, but they add up and can even push foes off the edge. Meanwhile, Wii Fit Trainer is invincible! Unleash it at a height to get the full range of the cone effect.
pal Wii Fit Trainer takes the Warrior pose, then sends an army of silhouettes flying forth in a variety of poses (21 in total!) This Final Smash's individual hits don't hurt much, but they add up, and can even push foes off the edge. Meanwhile, Wii Fit Trainer is invincible! Unleash it from a height to get the full range of the fan effect.

In Event Matches[edit]

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Alternate costumes[edit]

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WiiFitTrainerHeadSSB4-U.png WiiFitTrainerHeadMaleSSB4-U.png WiiFitTrainerHeadGreenSSB4-U.png WiiFitTrainerHeadMaleGreenSSB4-U.png WiiFitTrainerHeadRedSSB4-U.png WiiFitTrainerHeadMaleRedSSB4-U.png WiiFitTrainerHeadYellowSSB4-U.png WiiFitTrainerHeadMaleYellowSSB4-U.png

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Trivia[edit]

  • Wii Fit Trainer is the only character who uses her standard artwork while appearing on the boxart for both versions of Super Smash Bros. 4. All other characters that appear on the boxart display unique poses.
  • Altogether, Wii Fit Trainer has 17 voice actors across both genders and all languages, the most out of any character in SSB4.
    • When disregarding Smash Taunt voice actors, Wii Fit Trainer is the only character in the entire series to have two different English voices for each gender. There is one British voice (for each gender) and one American voice.
    • In the North American release, although both Wii Fit Trainers typically speak in North American accents, the voice that appears in the background of Wii Fit Studio (the female one only) speaks in a British accent when she says, "Now, return to your original position." This was fixed in update 1.1.1.
  • Oddly, the male Wii Fit Trainer in American versions of Smash 4 uses a reverberating "echo" for the vocals of his Final Smash instead of the smooth echo effect used by the female trainer and every other fighter.
  • Wii Fit Trainer is the only character to occasionally speak full sentences when using her smash attacks. She can say up to three sentences for each smash attack.
    • Oddly, if a battle is quit or won while Wii Fit Trainer is speaking, such as through a taunt or a smash attack, she can still be heard even over the announcer. She shares this trait with Bayonetta.
  • Wii Fit Trainer's general usage of exercises and yoga poses also extends to her lying down, air dodging, sidestepping, rolling, crouching, crawling, teetering, edge-hanging, dash attack (when holding a pummeling weapon) and screen KO's animations.
  • Wii Fit Trainer, Mr. Game & Watch, Bayonetta and Mega Man (albeit only while using his Mega Buster) are the only characters in SSB4 to have different charging sound effects for their smash attacks, with her smash attacks charging with the blow of a whistle. This is a reference to exercises in Wii Fit beginning and ending with a whistle being blown.
  • Of all the characters who have male and female variants, Wii Fit Trainer is the only one who is female by default.
    • Additionally, Wii Fit Trainer is the only one without a different name in Japan.
  • Wii Fit Trainer and Wario are the only characters who can heal themselves without the help of another character and/or when items are not made available. Wii Fit Trainer can do so by using either Sun Salutation or Deep Breathing, while Wario can do so by consuming Wario Bike via Chomp. Other characters with the ability to do so each need to meet certain thresholds. Kirby can only do so by Inhaling items, whether they appear during matches and/or are generated by a character. Ness, Lucas and Mii Gunner can only do so by absorbing an energy-based projectile via PSI Magnet and Absorbing Vortex, respectively. Pac-Man can only do so if Power Pellet is interrupted and the Power Pellet falls and is used to heal. Lastly, Mr. Game & Watch can only do so when he hits an opponent with Judge 7.

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