This article is about Wii Fit Trainer's appearance in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. For other uses, see Wii Fit Trainer.

The Wii Fit Trainer is a newcomer fighter appearing in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. She was unveiled at E3 2013 and was the third newcomer to be revealed.



  • Very fast attacks with little lag.
  • Elasticity in many moves, causing her to bend and stretch her arms and legs.
  • Some moves allows her to hit enemies from both sides of her body.
  • Can bury enemies with the last hit of her Neutral Attack combo.
  • Sun Salutation is a powerful projectile that also heals when full charged.
  • Header is a versatile projectile that can be aimed depending on the timing the player hits the ball.
  • Can heal damage and enhance her attacks with Deep Breathing. The damage bonus can stack, and refreshes the duration every time it is used.
  • Has three Meteor Smashes: the leg part of Forward Aerial, Down Aerial, and the headbutt frame of Header Side Special.


  • Lightweight and floaty.
  • Some attacks require precise landing due to small hitboxes, and may miss against short characters.
  • Other players can use her ball from Header in a similar fashion to the Soccer Ball item (however much weaker).
  • She is very vulnerable during Deep Breathing. Also, using it repeatedly makes it slower.
  • Low range on some attacks.
  • Poor recovery.
  • Most attacks have below average knockback.


The Wii Fit Trainer has quite an unorthodox moveset, and is the epitome of human fitness, as the name suggests. Many of her moves hit at two sides at the same time, giving her the ability to cover different angles and hit more than one opponent at once. Most of her attacks are references to yoga poses.

One of her problems, however, is the requirement of pinpointing some attacks, as they tend to have small hitboxes, which often misses against short characters. Other attacks have low range, requiring the Wii Fit Trainer to get real close to hit. Her major drawback is her recovery, which is very low, as Super Hoop doesn't make her ascend much.

On the other hand, despite being a melee-oriented character, she can deal with opponents with versatility using her projectiles, Sun Salutation and Header. Both are quite powerful in terms of knockback, and can give her spacing to use Deep Breathing, which increases her attack power for seven seconds and also heals a small amount of damage.

Overall, the Wii Fit Trainer is an agile and balanced character that can adapt to different situations and put pressure when possible.


Ground Attacks

  • Neutral Attack: Stretches one of her arms and one of her legs in a diagonal fashion, then kicks with her knee and finishes with a pose where, if sweetspotted, buries enemies.
  • Dash Attack: Slightly lies down while she stretches one of her arms diagonally forward.
  • Up Tilt: Exercises by stretching one of her arms upwards, it can combo into itself at low %s.
  • Side Tilt: Strikes a pose similar to her artwork, deals damage on both sides with her stretched arm and her up-stretched foot.
  • Down Tilt: Lies down and strikes a pose where it kicks with both knees.

Smash Attacks

  • Up Smash: "The Tree", stretches her arms upwards, dealing damage to anybody caught in the hit, it has no horizontal hitbox.
  • Side Smash: "The Warrior", stretches her 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.
  • Down Smash: Lies down and stretches one of her arms and one of her legs to the sides, has poor reaching.

Other attacks

To be added

Aerial Attacks

  • Neutral Aerial: Kicks with her legs in an odd fashion and then claps, both the kick and the clap deal damage.
  • Forward Aerial: Stretches one of her arms and one of her legs in a diagonal fashion in the air, deals damage on both sides. The leg can Meteor Smash.
  • Back Aerial: Kicks with both legs backwards.
  • Up Aerial: "The Half-Moon", stretches her arms in a "V" form upwards and diagonally to the left/right (depending on the direction you're facing). This move is similar to how she dodges attacks.
  • Down Aerial: Kicks with her legs downwards. Can Meteor Smash.

Grabs and Throws

  • Pummel: Oddly strikes the opponent while grabbed.
  • Forward Throw: Slams the enemy like if it was a volleyball forward.
  • Back Throw: Throws the enemy behind her and kicks it.
  • Down Throw: Slams the enemy on the ground, good for starting up aerial combos.
  • Up Throw: Flips the enemy over her and then pushes it upwards.

Special Moves

Wii Fit Trainer's Special Moves
SSBWU/3DS Ultimate
Standard Special Sun Salutation
Side Special Header
Up Special Super Hoop
Down Special Deep Breathing
Final Smash Wii Fit

Wii Fit Trainer's Custom Special Moves
Custom 1 Custom 2
Standard Special Enriched Sun Salutation Sweeping Sun Salutation
Side Special Huge Header Weighted Header
Up Special Jumbo Hoop Hoop Hurricane
Down Special Volatile Breathing Steady Breathing


  • Up: Does a shoulder stretch to warm up.
  • Side: Does a Half-Moon stretch.
  • Down: Does a split and touches her toes on her outstretched feet.

In competitive play

To be added

Trophy Descriptions

Wii Fit Trainer

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.

  • Wii - Wii Fit (05/2008)
  • Wii - Wii Fit Plus (10/2009)


A simple yoga pose that is known to better your balance and posture--all it requires is standing on one leg and stretching your arms upward. Squatting low and then extending the arms will protect the Wii Fit Trainer from damage for a time and also increase the power of your yoga blows!

  • Wii - Wii Fit (05/2008)
  • Wii - Wii Fit Plus (10/2009)


Stand on your right leg and extend your right hand, all while grabbing your raised left leg with your left hand. Arch your back like a bow to correct your posture. This is the Wii Fit Trainer's forward tilt attack, sending rear opponents flying upward and those in front flying forward.

  • Wii - Wii Fit (05/2008)
  • Wii - Wii Fit Plus (10/2009)


The Wii Fit Trainer assumes a forward lunge, extending one arm forward and one back at shoulder level. This pose builds powerful thigh muscles and realigns the hips. With a devastating, strong forward smash, the Wii Fit Trainer can send opponents flying in both directions!

  • Wii - Wii Fit (05/2008)
  • Wii - Wii Fit Plus (10/2009)


A yoga pose where you lie supine on the floor, lifting your hips while keeping your shoulders and arms flat. This pose helps to strengthen your whole torso. The Wii Fit Trainer can perform this as a down tilt attack, using the knees to strike at opponents and send them flying.

  • Wii - Wii Fit (05/2008)
  • Wii - Wii Fit Plus (10/2009)


First, kneel on your right knee while raising your right arm above your head. Then extend your left arm and leg out to the left and lean in that direction. This pose will strengthen the abdomen and tighten the waist. The Wii Fit Trainer strikes both above and forward with this move, but it takes a while to recover from.

  • Wii - Wii Fit Plus (10/2009)


Lie flat on your back and raise your arms and legs to from a V. This exercise is more challenging than a regular sit-up, but it's great for maintaining flexibility and working the abdominal muscles. The Wii Fit Trainer uses this pose to attack in the air, hitting opponents twice before launching them upward.

  • Wii - Wii Fit (05/2008)
  • Wii - Wii Fit Plus (10/2009)

Arm & Leg

Starting from a crouched position, extend one leg back and the opposite arm forward, and hold. This is a strength exercise that firms up the abdominal and back muscles nicely. It's also the Wii Fit Trainer's down smash. Combine it with a lunge attack to send an opponent sailing sideways.

  • Wii - Wii Fit (05/2008)
  • Wii - Wii Fit Plus (10/2009)

Super Hoop

In this aerobic exercise, you sway your hips to keep the hoops from hitting the ground. Multiple hoops ups the challenge! This exercise is a good workout and helps align the pelvis. The Wii Fit Trains can recover well with this up special move, but it doesn't do much to foes.

  • Wii - Wii Fit (05/2008)
  • Wii - Wii Fit Plus (10/2009)

Other features

SSB for 3DS Wii U Wii Fit Trainer NTSC Voice clip

SSB for 3DS Wii U Wii Fit Trainer NTSC Voice clip

Costume Gallery



Male and Female Wii Fit Trainers

  • Wii Fit Trainer was one of two characters to show their Final Smash during the E3 trailers, the other being Samus.
  • She has an alternate costume that allows for one to play as the male Wii Fit Trainer. This costume change does not affect gameplay as they retain the same moveset, height and weight.
    • This makes the Wii Fit Trainer one of seven fighters with confirmed alternate costumes. The others being Wario, Little Mac, Villager, Olimar, Robin and Bowser Jr.
    • This makes the Wii Fit Trainer one of four fighters with alternate playable genders (although in Melee and Brawl, in some costumes you would actually be using Nana instead of Popo).
  • Wii Fit Trainer has a Wii Fit U Trainer costume, this would mark the first time that a fighter has a post-game outfit (actually the male and female get the costume) or just a palette outfit.
  • Wii Fit Trainer is the only character in the game that can heal damage without items or absorbs, through Deep Breathing and Sun Salutation.
  • This is the first and only time where this character was featured in the handheld game.


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