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On the Wii menu, if you press home button, and click "Wii Remote Settings" then "Reconnect" it will enable you to connect wiimotes by pressing 1 and 2 simultaneously. Also some games, Wii sports for example, allow you to use one controller for two or more people.
They are just two different versions of the Fit game. The actual Wii Fit device is the same. If you already have a Wii Fit, you can buy Wii Fit Plus as a stand-alone game without the device. The Plus has some newer exercises.
We had that issue one game and the problem was that we had multiple users all using the same Mii character but weighing between a range of 60lb between people. Because the fit uses weight to determine if you are actually jumping (since you're not supposed to break contact with the fit board) if one user weighs more than the previous person who's weight was used as the calibration, the second person will seem to be in a constant 'jump' state. Try resetting the weight for the Mii you're using, or just recalibrate between users. This totally solved our problems!
If you are on semi-shag carpet, try using the little foot extenders. They may not seem like much but they can help.
If you are on moderate to thick carpet, you may need a board to set the Wii Fit Balance Board on.
If you are on a wood floor, you can (but don't have to) remove the little foot extenders.
Another little gremlin can be in those silicone covers. If you have one, I'll bet that's the culprit. As nice as they are to keep the board clean, they can actually attach to the non-moving part of the scale (the bottom) to the moving (surface) part. Be sure that your silicone cover is not interfering with the normal movement of the board.
Finally, be sure that you are always using YOUR setting while exercising or it will not be calibrated correctly. Also be sure that when you start, you are not on the board when it calibrates for the first time after turning it on. If the weight on the board differs by about 5 lbs or more than what it thinks you weigh, it will pitch a little wii fit.
I hope you find this advise helpful. If not, though, please don't label this advise as "inappropriate". A "Thanks for Trying" would be just fine.