1. Polar GoFit App & Trackers – Changing Physical Education

    Lauren Stewart has been a friend of Exergame Fitness and the Exergaming world for years now.  She is currently an elementary school PE teacher in Massachusetts but is doing great work with Polar Electro. Polar specializes in making fitness tracking watches/wristbands for different types of activities and apps that monitor progress and read out data from your tracker. For example, she could give h…Read More

  2. Exergames in Rehab

    Physical therapy is not most people’s idea of a fun time. It often pushes one just beyond their comfort zone in their abilities and seeing visible results can take a while. But what if the therapy session was an engaging interactive exergames in rehab, providing interactive fitness instant feedback to motivate the user to continue to push themselves? Fitness-Gaming.com describes a couple of thes…Read More

  3. Interactive Light Walls Are Your New Best Training Tool

    If you talk to the average health club-goer – or even the personal trainers - about what fitness equipment they or their clients use, you’ll get the standard answer of the treadmill, stationary bikes, free weight or machines. Some of them will talk about the classes they attend like yoga or zumba or the products that use your body weight for resistance training. However, very few will have hea…Read More

  4. Most Members Are Just Big Kids- So Let ‘em Play!

    Have you ever been watching a sporting event and routing on your favorite team when suddenly the officials and the officiating become the story? Bad calls, missed fouls or penalties. It can be extremely frustrating to us as fans. We usually find ourselves screaming at the TV (like they can hear us) “Come on! Just let ‘em play!” I know you have been there. Any sports fan has been. But when it…Read More

  5. Engage Members and Kids with Cardio Fitness from Exergame

    Cardio fitness videos and exergaming is one of the more efficient ways to engage the new member at your club.  These interactive games can not only get the blood pumping, but can do so much more.  Studies have shown that the best cardio workouts can be when the participant doesn’t even know their exercising with active games. Interactive products focused on cardio fitness from Exergame like …Read More

  6. Interactive Fitness Equipment

    The word “Interactive” in the fitness industry has become so common that it could mean something as simple as walking on a treadmill and watching ESPN or a movie. True Interactive Fitness Equipment is much more. It is computer game technology to motivate, engage participation, and measure results, so that fitness training becomes a fun and entertaining experience. What are the Benefits of Inte…Read More

  7. Eyeplay Kids Fitness Game Floor

    Eyeplay Kids Fitness Game Floor offers an interactive virtual fitness playground that captivates both children and adults in an entertaining, exciting, and innovative way. Exergame Fitness is the leading distributor in North America of Eyeplay, helping Health Clubs, Schools, YMCA, Park Districts, Recreation Centers, Boys & Girls Clubs, Children's Hospitals, Family Entertainment Centers, Schoo…Read More

  8. Increasing the Effectiveness of Physical Education

    Experts are predicting that our children today will be the first generation who will likely have a shorter lifespan than their parents, yet we’re not being incredibly accomplished at changing the patterns of inactivity, obesity, and their related disorders that impact that lifespan. For a long time it’s been commonly thought that the way to get people to make changes is to give them facts that…Read More

  9. Canandaigua Family YMCA Zones In On Innovative Ways to Move the Mind & Body

    Canandaigua NY - Youth Development. Healthy Living. Social Responsibility. These three ideals are the focus at the Canandaigua Family YMCA. And the addition of Exergame Fitness equipment to the Zone - their interactive fitness room for people of all ages at their club - is a testament to their commitment to these ideas. Exergaming merges technology with gaming while adding a dose of fitness. It’…Read More

  10. The Science Is Leading Us to Change

    The brainis the body’s most active organ and thus requires the most energy to functionwell.  The brain is estimated to account for 2% of our body’s weight butuses 20-30% of our body’s energy.  Because the brain doesn’t store oxygenand glucose, it requires the blood stream to provide thenecessary requirements to function well. What’s becoming more and moreevident from the research is t…Read More