- This article is about Wii Fit Trainer's appearance in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. For other uses, see Wii Fit Trainer.
||A fighter that attacks with healthy moves like stretching and yoga poses. You can pick between male and female versions. Charging up Sun Salutation all the way recovers a bit of health!
|—Description from the Super Smash Blog.
Wii Fit Trainer is a veteran fighter in the upcoming Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, first playable in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Their designs had been changed to include a more natural looking face that less closely resembles the faces they had in their home series, apparently at the request of the Wii Fit developers.
Changes from SSBWU/3DS
Grabs and Throws
- Wii Fit now unleashes a gigantic sized Wii Fit pose at the end.
- Neutral Attack: quick attack with forward arm stretch and backward leg extension; culminates in a stunning knee lunge
- Forward Tilt: foreard arm extension but backward leg extension held by backward hand overhead; back leg serves as small launcher
- Up Tilt: twist plus stretch with single arm raised
- Down Tilt: tabletop stretch with forward movement
- Dash Attack: side back stretch with arms forward
- Forward Smash: "The Warrior", stretches their arms in both sides while stepping a bit forward, enemies can be hit in front and in the back of this smash attack, has no vertical hitbox.
- Up Smash: "The Tree", stretches their arms upwards, dealing damage to anybody caught in the hit, it has no horizontal hitbox.
- Down Smash: Lies down and stretches one of their arms and one of their legs to the sides, has poor reaching.
- Floor Attack (Front):
- Floor Attack (Back):
- Floor Attack (Trip):
- Ledge Attack:
- Neutral aerial: lays flat, with hitboxes at arms and legs to pop foes over her, then brings hands and feet together quickly above to stretch for decent damage
- Forward aerial: strike with upward angled arm and backward down-angled leg; back hit can spike foes down
- Back aerial: downward-facing prone back stretch, doing full damage with leg extension
- Up aerial: upward rotating strike with arms extended overhead, hands together
- Down aerial: downward leg extension that can bounce
Grabs and Throws
- Grab: very quick
- Forward Throw: volleyball-spike foes
- Back Throw: kicks away opponents
- Up Throw: good for beginning combos
- Down Throw: causes bounce to opponents
- Up Taunt:
- Down Taunt:
- Side Taunt:
In competitive play
To be added
47 Wii Fit Trainer – Super Smash Bros. Ultimate