1. Bringing New Excitement to the Rocky Run YMCA

    The Rocky Run YMCA, located just west of Philadelphia PA, is a community built on helping their members learn, grow and thrive in their own unique way. The organization is particularly focused on youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. This fall, Rocky Run YMCA turned to Exergame’s interactive fitness system as a way to better serve their community, especially the organizat…Read More

  2. Study: After-school exercise yields brain gains

    Regular daily exercise appears to improve children's attention and multi-tasking skills, according to a new study.   Elementary school-age students who participated in an after-school program with plenty of physical activity showed greater improvements in several areas of so-called "executive function" than similar students who did not participate.   Executive function refers to a range of menta…Read More

  3. Create Your Own 3D Exergame Room

    With some of our more recent success in implementing full scale Exergame Rooms across the U.S. we have decided to put out an opportunity to HAVE YOUR SPACE designed with a full 3-D room by Exergame Fitness.   We get questions all the time from customers asking us how are other facilities doing it?  Well not only do we provide a fun, exciting solution to fighting childhood obesity; we also want t…Read More

  4. Launch of Gym for Good at LIW UK

    At Leisure Industry Week (LIW), Luke Lancaster, founder of Young Pioneers Charity, launched Gym for Good. This is a ground breaking initiative that enables independent gyms to use CSR in a meaningful way that will increase membership and engage the local community. Luke presented a case study of an independent gym and the effectthe CSR program has had on the way they operate, generate new membersh…Read More

  5. Combining Exergaming with New Research on Students with ADHD

    Source: ABC News In September 2014 “Good Morning America” had a specialsegment sharing the results of a study on how exercise impacted kids withADHD.  They reported that in the US, 6 millionkids are diagnosed with ADHD, with half of them on medication.  In the reported study, the researchersintroduced exercise for 100 students diagnosed with ADHD but not onmedication.  They found that stude…Read More

  6. The Value of Family Fitness at Camelback Village

    Palatine, Ill (September 2, 2014) – Camelback Village Racquetand Health Club- a high-end, family-oriented health club in Phoenix, Arizona- valuesthe important role that physical activity plays in promoting a healthy lifestyle.  That is exactly why the scope of theirfitness services and programs are designed for ages 5 to 105 or more!  Last Spring, they partnered with Exergame® Fitness-the wor…Read More

  7. Fitness gives results

    HUNTINGTON -- At her request, Sarah Specht and her family of four received Huntington YMCA's "Family Fit" program as a Christmas present in 2013. She thought it would be a great way to spend time together and learn healthy habits. Little did she know what a tremendous gift that would turn out to be. "The first day, we had to run a mile, do pushups and sit ups, and worst of all, we had to get weigh…Read More

  8. Corsicana YMCA Fills the Gap: No Child Left on their Behind

    Corsicana, Texas is a community that values its history and the people that continue to make the town a great place to live.  The Corsicana YMCA wanted to continue this by motivating their future members to be active and healthy at a young age by introducing interactive fitness and Exergaming. At the beginning of summer, the Corsicana YMCA opened itsdoors to their brand new Exergame Youth X room.…Read More

  9. Recent Research Shows Link Between Physical Activity and Better Education

    In recent years Finland has outperformed every nation on international educational assessments. The Finnish school system is recognized for utilizing research and applying that knowledge to the daily operations of the school.  Pasi Sahlberg, a Finnish educator and scholar, attributes their success to a variety of reasons.  For example, there’s been a strong emphasis on teacher training, leade…Read More

  10. Improve ADHD Behavior with Exercise

    School can be excruciating for children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), largely because the structure of school does not align with the physiological “wiring” of these students. A student’s inability to focus on command and stay on task often results in missed learning opportunities, negative feedback, and a feeling of inadequacy, all of which make school particularly c…Read More