1. Active Gaming, or Exergaming, Combines Two Very Popular Pastimes

    Active gaming, or exergaming, combines two very popular pastimes, fitness routines and video games. Let's face it, videos games are fun as most will agree, But when it comes to fitness, there are many who struggle to fit it into their routine. But when you combine video games and fitness, you wind up with a workout you look forward to every day. Here are some other benefits active gaming has to of…Read More

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. YMCA To Install Adult and Youth Exergame Solution

    The RYE YMCA is set to install one of the biggest Exergame rooms in New York this September. The room will include seven different interactive fitness products: tWall 64, Exerbikes, JumpQ, 3Kick, HeavyBall, Pavigym 3.0 Floor, and Nexersys.These products will be used to create a highly engaging and physical environment for both kids and adult members alike. Following their vision of nurturing the s…Read More

  5. Mitch Park YMCA Closes the Teen Tween Gap

    YMCAs across the country are always looking for solutions that can help close the gap between younger kids, and adults.  Seven to fourteen year olds - too old to be in the Exergame Playground or day care area but too young to be in the main fitness areas. Whether they are athletes or not, they still need a place to call their own at your club. Enter the Exergame Youth X Room, a room specifically…Read More

  6. Success Stories: Marion County YMCA

    As childhood obesity grows, steps taken to get kids moving Eighth Street Elementary School student Aubree Grubbs furiously peddled a stationary bicycle one recent evening at the Frank DeLuca YMCA Family Center.  Holding a video game controller, Aubree looked up at a television screen and guided a bicycle along a virtual course. The 6-year-old was not there just to get healthy. She was actually us…Read More