Exergame Fitness | Powered by Motion Fitness

The #1 Source for Interactive

Fitness & Game Products



People love to watch others dance, which is why there are television shows about dancing that dominate the networks. What you may not know is that if you were to get off that couch and dance, it would go a long way in keeping your body and mind healthy. There are studies that show dancing can help you make friends, stay flexible, lose weight and much more.

Now, you don’t need to join a dance club or go to a dance studio to dance, and you certainly don’t have to hit the local nightclub. If you want to dance, all you have to do is find the nearest health club that offers dance games and go for it.

But if you are still sitting there on your couch wondering why you should utilize iStep or iDance, here are a few reasons why dancing is a healthy choice.


You don’t have to throw on ballet slippers and perform plies and arabesques to gain flexibility, simple dance steps will do just as well. Dancing will improve flexibility and ease your joint pain.

Reduces Stress

We all suffer stress to some extent, there is just no way around it. If you are feeling stressed out and overwhelmed, dancing just might be your answer. Research has shown that dancing can help bring about stress relief.

Memory Boost

According to studies, dancing may actually boost your memory and prevent you from developing dementia as you age. It has been revealed that aerobic exercise, like dancing, can reverse volume loss in the hippocampus, which is the part of your brain that controls memory. You see, the hippocampus starts to shrink in late adulthood, which can lead to memory loss and dementia.


People who dance build their self-confidence and learn to enjoy themselves more in social situations. When you learn how to dance, you form a fresh sense of creativity, energy and motivation. The self-confidence you gain is sure to transfer to other aspects of your life as well.


Dance games provide an emotional outlet, a way that you can express your feelings through body movement. Show your true self through flair and passion.


Dance games are a great way to meet people in a way that is low-pressure. Consider that whoever is at the same health club as you playing dance games already has at least two things in common with you.


There is nothing fun about lifting weights or jogging, well, maybe to a few people. But nobody will say that dancing is not fun. Dancing is fun and when you enjoy something, you will do it as much as you can. Finally, an exercise that you like so much you will continue to do it every week.

Anyone Can Do It

Young or old, anyone can benefit from dance games. You don’t have to be strong, muscular or even in great shape to start dancing.

Get started today.

Our philosophy is to create fun, exciting environments where the worlds of technology and fitness intersect.


Recent Posts

As health clubs across the country begin to make a more conscious effort to include their youngest members in more physical activity, Exergame continues to be the place they choose to go. Multnomah Athletic Club (The MAC) one of the oldest clubs in America. From families to elite athletes attend. Th…Continued

Recent Posts

Recent Posts

Recent Posts

Today our sales team happily returns home back in Chicago, after a long week of trade shows. Late last week we returned to the annual IHRSA Fitness Industry trade show. Directly after this show ended we traveled north to San Fransisco for the 2017 Hilton ALC - America's Leadership Conference.  T…Continued


Exergame Fitness Solutions

Exergame Fitness is leading a new movement incorporating technology into fitness. We provide a new way to engage people in fitness, through gamification and technology. By doing this, we create socially engaging, supportive, and inviting fitness communities worldwide.

A fun interactive room for kids 1-10 years old

Exergamer’s paradise for kids 7-14 years old

A high energy room for teens & adults

Benefits of Exergaming

Engagement, Fairness & Equality, Team Building, and Accoutability

Agility, Strength, and Coordination

Learning, Behavior, Memory, and Cell Growth

Rewards, Goal Setting, and Benchmarking

Disease Prevention and Endurance

The Evolution of Health and Fitness

Learn How Your Facility Can:

Redefine Fitness ♦ Reduce Youth Obesity ♦ Increase Membership ♦ Redefine Fitness Culture ♦ Gamify Fitness ♦ Utilize Data For Improvement ♦ Increase Member Involvement ♦ Add To Bottom Line Revenue ♦ Make Fitness Fun For Everyone