1. Using Interactive Fitness for Brain Training Cognitive Function

      Brain training refers to cognitive training that uses intense mental exercises to target and work on the brain’s cognitive skills. Having strong cognitive skills is critical because they’re the skills the brain uses to read, learn, remember, reason, and pay attention. The skills targeted by brain training include: attention skills, long and short-term memory, focus, and processing speed…Read More

  2. Using Exergame & Interactive Gaming to Improve Reaction Time in Sports

      Reaction time is defined as the amount of time it takes to respond to a stimulus or something we react too. Having fast reaction time can give athletes a competitive advantage. An athlete’s ability to react shows how quickly and effectively he or she can make decisions and then initiate action. For example, fast reaction time can help a basketball player get to a rebound or loose ball fas…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