1. Agility Drills To Use With Interactive Fitness and Gaming Equipment

      Agility is defined as an athlete’s ability to move at an accelerated in one direction and then instantly decelerate and shift position within a matter of seconds. It is one facet of sports training that can separate a good athlete from a great one. Agility drills can improve your performance by strengthening your joints and muscles.  With products like the tWall, CardioWall, Heavyball, 3…Read More

  2. Using Interactive Fitness To Improve Hand Eye Coordination

      Hand Eye Coordination is the ability to do activities that require the simultaneous use of our hands and eyes. We use hand eye coordination every day and is one of the skills that can be constantly improved. This is why it’s crucial to evaluate hand eye coordination in children. A child  might take a long time to react to something that happened or they might have trouble focusing in sch…Read More

  3. Exergaming Can Improve Executive Function In Children With ADHD

      A new study has found that Exergaming can improve executive function in children with ADHD. As most people know, children with ADHD struggle with being to stay focused for long periods of time, which has a major effect on their performance in school. Using Exergame as a way for physical activity can become a safe space for children with special needs like ADHD or Autism. In the study, 51 ch…Read More

  4. Improving Mobility For Senior Citizens with Interactive Fitness

      Falls are a major health concern for our senior citizen population. Each year, more than 800,000 people in the U.S. require hospitalization from a fall. A lot of these falls are due to declining strength, balance, and mobility due to inactivity.  Are you looking to get your aging loved ones up and moving? Here’s some great tips to get seniors active again. Stretch- Remember stretching is…Read More

  5. Using Exergame & Interactive Gaming to Improve Reaction Time in Sports

      Reaction time is defined as the amount of time it takes to respond to a stimulus or something we react too. Having fast reaction time can give athletes a competitive advantage. An athlete’s ability to react shows how quickly and effectively he or she can make decisions and then initiate action. For example, fast reaction time can help a basketball player get to a rebound or loose ball fas…Read More

  6. Assistive Technology Can Benefit All Students

      Assistive technology tools have always been meant for students with learning disabilities but there is documented proof these tools can benefit all students. Assistive technology enables students with disabilities to compensate for the impairments they experience. This specialized technology promotes independence and decreases the need for other educational support. Appropriate assistive te…Read More

  7. Improving Cognitive Deficits With Interactive Fitness and Exergaming

      Cognitive Deficits, also called intellectual disability, is a condition beginning in childhood in which people show significant limitations in their ability to learn and function. Intellectual disabilities are divided into degrees of severity based on their level of impairment. These include mild, moderate, severe, or profound. About 5% of the population have cognitive deficits, and most of…Read More

  8. HIIT Training With Interactive Fitness and Exergaming

      High-intensity interval training (HIIT) describes any workout that alternates between intense bursts of activity and fixed periods of less-intense activity or even complete rest. It’s simple but proven to be a very effective way to workout. To make HIIT training more fun and engaging why not combine it with Exergaming. One good starter workout you can do is running as fast as you can for …Read More

  9. Military Morale, Welfare and Recreation add Exergame for Youth Fitness

      Each Military branch of service (Army, Navy, Coast, Marines) helps families of service members continue to thrive and excel whether on base, or at home. One of the main branches, the U.S. Army Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation; the G9 Division of the U.S. Army Installation Management Command. Known as Army MWR, manages programs and services that support readiness and resilience for …Read More

  10. Personal Training With Interactive and Virtual Fitness

      Personal training is another popular service offered by health clubs, ymca’s, and parks and rec facilities. Working with a personal trainer can be very helpful for people who aren’t experienced in working out. They can help you set realistic fitness goals whether it’s for athletics, weight loss, etc. Below you will find some benefits of personal training. Educational- Personal trainer…Read More