1. tWall And It’s Benefit to Numerous Applications

    The tWall is an interactive touch wall that provides sensory feedback with lights and touch sensors. Multiple games provide progressions for users of any ability, and the game component adds compliance for long-term effectiveness.  The tWall provides a fantastic cardio workout over numerous applications, including Exergaming, sports fitness and rehabilitation, and much more! The tWall is benefici…Read More

  2. Alaska YMCA Brings Heat and Activity with Exergame

    As summer turns into fall, and indoor physical activity continues to rise; the Anchorage YMCA in Alaska invested in Exergame to turn up the heat! Founded in 1967, the Anchorage Community YMCA is the only YMCA in the State of Alaska. Despite our name, the Y is not just young people, not just for men and not just for Christians. As a non profit serving the Anchorage community they embrace people of …Read More

  3. Life Time Fitness Installs Exergame at New Diamond Premier Club

    As health clubs across the world continue to push for more active play options in their facilities, Exergame continues to be the company they choose to go to. Life Time Fitness, one of the largest and most successful health club chains in the country, recently added some of our interactive products to one of their newest Premier Diamond Club facilities-  The Chestnut Hill Life Time Fitness in Mas…Read More

  4. Hanover YMCA Chooses Exergame for Two Facilities

    When Dana Alexander was tasked with creating a new and innovative space for kids at the brand new Hanover YMCA in Hanover, Pennsylvania she asked for some help.  She didn’t want to do “the same thing everyone else was doing” and she knew it had to be top level, cutting edge and be multi dimensional.  So she turned to one of the people she trusted most- her Lifefitness sales rep who had out…Read More

  5. Exergame at the Little League World Series

    Our latest install came at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, PA. The Little League World Series is one of the more popular events of the summer as kids from all over the world compete in a 16-team tournament. The tournament started on August 17th and will ended on August 27th with one team being crowned champions! Exergame Fitness teamed up with Eventive Marketing and their client Ci…Read More

  6. Active Gaming as Part of Your Exercise Plan

    Try not to look at the calendar; no seriously, if you are a fan of summer it will only depress you. Too late, you already snuck a peek and discovered September is just over a week away. You might be a little excited because you know this means the kids will be going back to school and football season will start, but it also means the lovely warm weather you are enjoying this very moment will give …Read More

  7. Interactive Fitness Improves Children’s Health

    When there is a discussion about getting fit and staying fit, people often assume it involves rigorous activity. We live in a culture where the term "no pain no gain" is thrown into people's faces by an overzealous personal trainer while losing feeling in their lower extremities doing ridiculously intense exercises. And then there are those who get caught up in the latest exercise craze they r…Read More

  8. Active Gaming and a Healthy Diet

    According to a recent survey, about three out of four children fail to get at least one hour of physical activity a day. It shows that nearly 75 percent of American children between the ages of five and ten do not get the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity every day. Just as alarming is the survey showed only 15 percent of parents think overall physical health is a top concern for their c…Read More

  9. A Technology That Helps Children is Active Gaming

    Kids are spending more time than ever before engaging in new technology and in front of screens, and it could be inhibiting their ability to recognize emotions, as well as negatively affecting their development. But not all technology is bad. The effects of technology on children is rather complicated. Whether technology hurts or helps kids depends largely on the specific technology, the frequency…Read More

  10. The Sensory Room: Helping Students with Autism Focus and Learn

    The Sensory Room features The Light Wall, known as the T-Wall, which is an interactive touch wall that provides sensory feedback with lights and touch sensors. Multiple games provide progressions for users of any ability level, and the game component adds compliance for long-term effectiveness. Hanover Elementary School in Meriden CT is a model of ‘Schools that Work’, as profiled by Edutopia.O…Read More