Check out this demonstration of someone playing a baseball game in Wii Sports, the game utilizes the Wiimote in order to replicate a swing of the bat. First you will see the guy in the video using the Wiimote like it was a REAL bat, and then later on you will see him giving it a quick flick of the wrist which appears to produce a fairly similar result.
Nintendo said that even though you will be requiring some body movements, even a small flick of the wrist can get the job done too, so you don't need to go jumping over couches and cartwheeling like all the demos would have you believe. It does add some fun to the game (practice golf swing or baseball swing or tennis swing) but if you do get tired you can just sit back down and just use your wrist. Obviously for games that you want to play for a long time you don't wanna be up there for 4 hours at a time.
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