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. Exergaming Can Improve Executive Function In Children With ADHD

      A new study has found that Exergaming can improve executive function in children with ADHD. As most people know, children with ADHD struggle with being to stay focused for long periods of time, which has a major effect on their performance in school. Using Exergame as a way for physical activity can become a safe space for children with special needs like ADHD or Autism. In the study, 51 ch…Read More

  3. YMCA Meadowlands Opens Interactive Gaming Room for Teens and Adults

      The New Meadowlands Y is a place where people of all ages can come together under one roof and enjoy the things that are important things in life, a place where you feel welcomed and motivated to try the things you might have been afraid to in the past. Each day, everyone from pre-schoolers to seniors, those with diverse backgrounds and abilities will gather to pursue a broad range of edu…Read More

  4. Makoto for Cognitive and Multi Sensory Senior Fitness

      Develop balance, cognitive function, and range of motion. A recent survey by AARP revealed that the number one concern for aging Americans is staying sharp. Seniors love the Makoto Arena because it gives them a way to improve their “mental sharpness” as well as giving them the ability to get that “just right” level of cardio and stretching. The Active Aging/Senior Fitness world has…Read More

  5. Exergame Representative Crushes the Competition at Club Renovation

    One of our top Exergame Representatives on the East Coast Jarrod Saracco recently just released a great article on club revitalization and making an impact in the community. Jarrod is a 24 year veteran of the health and fitness industry. His career started at the early age of 17 when he received his first personal training certification and began working as a Fitness Attendant in a multi-purpose …Read More