1. Leaders Convene At National Youth And Thought Leader Summits To Take Action For Healthy, High-Achieving Schools

    Partners look to reimagine nutrition and physical activity in the school environment via new collaborations, student empowerment and cutting-edge science.   ARLINGTON, Texas, July 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This week, more than 900 students and thought leaders will gather and recommit their support for healthy change in America's schools at the Fuel Up to Play 60 Student Ambassador Summit, and th…Read More

  2. Using the Spivi Performance Table to educate and motivate your indoor cycling riders

    The Performance Table When it comes to Indoor Cycling classes, one of the great benefits Spivi provides is the ability to collect and analyze rider data made in real time at your studio. Spivi collects data from sensors on each bike, combines it with age, weight and workout history information, and processes everything so it can be used to educate and motivate your members. Some types of bikes hav…Read More

  3. Exergaming Gives Everyone A Chance To Play

    Anyone who’s ever played sports knows how special that can feel. And everyone should have a chance to feel it. Courage League gives anyone that chance, and puts it in painting. “It`s right here on our walls. They have to believe. They get to grow, and most importantly they get to play, and it`s a level playing field for them,” said Courage League Sports founder Melissa Clarke-Wharff. And now…Read More

  4. Exergame Fitness Partners with Midtown Athletic Club to Fix Kids Fitness

    Palatine, Ill (May 28, 2014) – Exergame® Fitness, the worldwide leader in interactive fitness technology has partnered with Midtown Athletic Club, a leader in the upscale fitness club and sports resort industry,to inspire movement and engage their future members at a young age.  The Midtown Athletic Club in Bannockburn, IL is renovating their Kidtown facility to introduce younger children to t…Read More

  5. Youth Fitness: The Industry’s Response

    The problem was clear. The challenge set forth was daunting but vital. How can fitness be introduced to children at an early enough age to change the course of the childhood obesity epidemic? The answer seems simple enough: more access to fitness opportunities and healthier eating alternatives in order to instill healthy habits at a young age. But the obstacles kept coming. Budget cuts at schools …Read More