1. Easter Seals-Exergame for Disabilities and Special Needs

    While Exergame can have a large impact on many different demographics, working with kids and adults with disabilities always allows us to go back to our roots and sometimes see the true impact our equipment can make on all ages.  Recently we installed the tWall 16 at the Easter Seal Rehabilitation Center in West Virginia. At Easter Seals children and adults with disabilities and special needs fin…Read More

  2. Active Gaming and Diet are Key to Good Health

    If you wish to get into good shape and stay in shape, it is important to incorporate active gaming from Exergame into your daily lifestyle by working out on a T wall or engaging in dance games. After all, exercise is key for good health. But just as important as exercise is the food you eat. You can have a great exercise routine, but if it is not followed up by a healthy diet, you are risking heal…Read More

  3. Makoto Arena and the Special Needs Population

    The Makoto-Arena is a beneficial tool for the Special Needs population and therapy market. Makoto works on timing, rhythm, and response-to-stimuli with the entire body. Studies of therapies have shown significant improvement in visual, cardiovascular, and neurological performance. These improvements include the areas of memory, speech, learning disabilities, cognitive processing, and more.  Using…Read More

  4. Exergame Locations: Fanwood-Scotch Plains YMCA

    The Fanwood-Scotch Plain YMCA was looking for something a little different.  Something fun, something exciting, and a something that could engage all ages.  When they decided to come to Exergame, they came to the right place!  With the integrations on some of our newest interactive gaming products which included the tWall and PaviGym Sprint 3.0, they are taking a whole new approach to functiona…Read More

  5. Active Gaming has Mental Health Benefits

    Many people go to the gym for active gaming to build muscle, improve heart health and get a rocking hard body. But not everybody knows that your brain also benefits when you are getting regular exercise. That's right, exercise is just as beneficial for the parts above your neck as the parts below. Regardless of your age or fitness level, exercise gives you some serious mental benefits. So whether …Read More

  6. How Interactive Gaming Can Be Beneficial for Brain Function In Older Adults

    A recent study led my University of Manchester in the United Kingdom concluded that using Exergame equipment can boost brain function in older adults with cognitive impairments as well as maintain cognitive health in aging populations. Some findings included that older users’ balance, pain and confidence significantly improved after 12 weeks of using the equipment. Also, there were small improve…Read More

  7. Exergame Locations: YMCA of Franklin & Grove City

    It has now been a few months since we brought Exergaming over to the YMCA of Franklin & Grove City and they have been very successful with their youth programs ever since! The YMCA of Franklin & Grove City received the Exerbikes and a tWall 32 for their youth fitness and youth recreation programs. Both of these systems of perfect for engaging kids who may not be into sports or fitness yet,…Read More

  8. Exergame Locations: Enterprise Charter School

    Exergaming has been proven to enhance academic performance by building new brain cells and neurological connections that increase learning, memory, and critical thinking. Enterprise Charter School in New York took the necessary steps to not only enhance the physical activity of their students, but also increase their academics with Exergame. Enterprise Charter School is the only charter school aut…Read More

  9. Interactive Fitness and the Benefits They Offer

    What is the best kind of physical activity? The activity you enjoy enough to actually do every day. Exergames, active-play games, are a high-tech approach to fitness that could help many people become active and stay active. Interactive fitness and gaming is simply active play. That is, participants are physically playing a game and not just passively watching it or doing some boring, monotonous e…Read More

  10. Exergame Locations: Findlay YMCA

    A few months back we had the pleasure of working with the Findlay YMCA  in Ohio.  As their were trying to find a solution to counteract their down turn in teen membership, they turned to Exergame Fitness. This room is a perfect area for kids to just hang out and be active at the same time. All the pieces of equipment were purchased with the idea of multiplayer games and kids being able to play t…Read More