1. Athletic Business – Exergame Fitness Article on Gamification

      How Gamified Fitness Helps Power-Up Fitness Facilities https://www.athleticbusiness.com/equipment/how-gamified-fitness-helps-power-up-fitness-facilities.html "Gamification" is a relatively new term to describe an old concept: incorporating game elements — such as points, rewards, penalties and competition — into non-game contexts. Gamification already exists in many areas of our lives …Read More

  2. YMCA General Assembly Is Today! Stop by Booth 613 to Visit Exergame

      The time is finally here!  YMCAs across the country continue to invest in exergaming and interactive fitness options for their members. For programs focusing on Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility, Exergaming is the solution for you! The trade show opens TODAY!  So stop on by Booth 613 to learn more about how fitness gaming solutions can enhance your YMCA members …Read More

  3. Thank you to Our Service Members on July 4th – MWR Programs Included

      Exergame Fitness would like to extend our thanks to the Military Service men and women on this July 4th.  It is not lost on us that without their courageous sacrifices our country would not be in the position we are today. Exergame has in the past been extremely honored to work with each Military branch of service (Army, Navy, Coast, Marines) that helps families of service members continue…Read More

  4. How Fitness and Gaming Can Help All Ages Increase Exercise Goals

      It all starts with an idea.  To bring the fitness and gaming world together.  To bring kids and adults together.  To provide a fitness option for all ages.  To redefine the fitness industry. Fitness gaming brings together two very popular concepts: video games and fitness. Studies have shown that people play interactive games for a number of reasons: to have fun, dance, stay active, soc…Read More

  5. What Is Virtual Fitness and Interactive Gaming?

      Virtual Fitness is the combination of exercise with technology. Some might think that virtual fitness classes are more complicated or more challenging, but they really aren’t. Virtual fitness is designed to fit your needs and how challenging you want the work out to be. Virtual fitness workouts are usually played in health clubs on a big screen. Most clubs have classes, but some allow you…Read More

  6. Using Exergame and Interactive Fitness For Occupational Therapy

      Occupational Therapy is the only profession that helps people across their lifespan to do things they want to do. Occupational therapy is supposed to enable people to live life to it’s fullest by helping them promote health, and prevent or live better with injury, illness or disability. Common occupational therapy interventions include helping children with disabilities to participate ful…Read More

  7. Interactive Fitness For Physical Therapy and Neurological Improvement

      Physical Therapy is defined as therapy for the preservation, enhancement, or restoration of movement and physical function impaired or threatened by disease, injury, or disability. 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 di…Read More

  8. Using Interactive Fitness For Personal Training and Group 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

  9. Improve Agility, Speed, and Quickness With Interactive Fitness

      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. Here’s some drills you can combine with interactive fi…Read More

  10. Taking Your Workout To The Next Level With Interactive Fitness Gaming

      One of the most common New Year’s Resolutions is exercising more often. When the new year starts, everyone is super consistent and committed to working out. As the year starts to move along, though, the consistency of going to the gym slowly starts to decline. One of the biggest reasons for this is people start to get bored with doing the same workout day in and day out. While they may be…Read More