1. Interactive Fitness Improves Children’s Health

    When there is a discussion about getting fit and staying fit, people often assume it involves rigorous activity. We live in a culture where the term "no pain no gain" is thrown into people's faces by an overzealous personal trainer while losing feeling in their lower extremities doing ridiculously intense exercises. And then there are those who get caught up in the latest exercise craze they r…Read More

  2. Something to Consider Next Time You Engage in Interactive Fitness

    Whether you prefer a small, intimate gathering or are a fan of large crowds, most of us enjoy spending time with other people. We all know socializing is fun, but what many people don't realize is that spending time with others also plays a role in your overall health. Having a good social network has been shown to have a positive impact on you both physically and mentally. In fact, many feel it i…Read More

  3. Exergame Salutes the Marine Corps Birthday & Military Personal

    Tomorrow on the 10th of November marks the 241st birthday for the United States Marine Corps. First of all we would like to thank all of those in all armed forces who are serving our great country. The General of the United States Marine Corps, Robert B. Neller released a birthday message to all marines, view the entire message here. His closing statement: "We are Marines for life. It’s our res…Read More

  4. Interactive Fitness Can Be a Big Part of Your Fitness Program

    Every week brings a new study or other scientific reports on the many benefits of exercise. Almost everyone, regardless their physical condition, is able to engage in at least some form of exercise. But to be as efficient as possible, your exercise regime should follow guidelines set for your health status and age. Interactive fitness can be a big part of your fitness program and can help you reac…Read More

  5. Interactive Fitness Has Become an Exceptionally Popular Way to Get Into Shape

    Interactive fitness has become an exceptionally popular way to get into shape and stay fit and healthy. These vigorous forms of activities offer a wide range of benefits and have advantages over traditional forms of exercise. Let's take a look at a few. The single greatest advantage exergaming holds over traditional methods of exercise is the fact it's not just a form of physical activity, but a f…Read More

  6. Whether You Hit the Gym or Participate in Interactive Fitness, You Will Do More Than Just Improve Your Body

    Whether you hit the gym, run, bike or participate in interactive fitness, you will do more than just improve your body, you will improve your mind as well. That is, exercise provides a great number of mental health benefits. So get inspired by reading up on the unexpected ways that interactive fitness can benefit your mental health. Reduced Stress Having a rough day at work? When the work day ends…Read More

  7. Interactive Fitness Isn’t Something That is a Few Years Away From Becoming Mainstream, It is Popular Now

    Exercising on a stationary bike is an effective way to get into shape and stay healthy. Over the years, stationary bikes have become more sophisticated. Products like our Exerbike GS makes indoor biking fun for even kids and teenagers. Interactive fitness isn't something that is a few years away from becoming mainstream, it is popular now and you need to take advantage of the benefits it offers. F…Read More

  8. Heavy Ball Fitness Games

    Fit Interactive's Heavy Ball is a great machine that can provide a great variety of workouts from strength, cardio, functional movements, low/high intensity movements, and it just goes on. Using simple weighted medicine balls, you drop the ball into the lighted column, and repeat until the workout interval is finished. Using different combinations of different weighted medicine ball, mixing cardi…Read More

  9. Fitness Technology Has Come a Long Way Since 1980 and Interactive Fitness is a Fine Example

    In terms of ways we help to stay fit, we have come a long way since Richard Simmons introduced us to Sweatin' To The Oldies and Olivia Newton-John implored us to "Get Physical." Of course, these were all 1980's fads that have come and gone, like so many others. Fitness technology has come a long way since then and interactive fitness is a fine example. Let's take a break from our Exerbike, Active …Read More

  10. Moderate Exercise, Such as Aerobics, Strength Training and Active Gaming, Has a Positive Effect on Brain Function

    Moderate physical activity performed during midlife or even later in life appears to be directly associated with a reduced risk for cognitive impairment. That is, exercise improves cognitive functions, it is healthy for your brain. In fact, there are studies that have explored the possibility that exercise can even reverse memory loss. Here are some frightening statistics, each year 10 to 15 perce…Read More