1. Using Interactive Fitness Equipment For Physical Therapy and Rehab

      Physical Therapy is defined as therapy for the preservation, enhancement, or restoration of movement and physical function impaired or threatened by disease, injury, or disability that utilizes therapeutic exercise, physical modalities, etc. Recovering from injuries can take time and patience. Using interactive fitness can be a motivational tool for people who are struggling to recover from…Read More

  2. Improving Mobility For Senior Citizens with Interactive Fitness

      Falls are a major health concern for our senior citizen population. Each year, more than 800,000 people in the U.S. require hospitalization from a fall. A lot of these falls are due to declining strength, balance, and mobility due to inactivity.  Are you looking to get your aging loved ones up and moving? Here’s some great tips to get seniors active again. Stretch- Remember stretching is…Read More

  3. Exergaming and Interactive Fitness for Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

      Are you looking for new ways to enhance neurological and cognitive development for your patients? Then Exergame Fitness is a place to look for some of our innovative interactive fitness products! We offer a wide selection of items that can be beneficial for the physical therapy and rehab markets. Products like the tWall, tWall Plus, Makoto, DDR, Square 3.0 and Dynavision. These items help t…Read More

  4. Why Use Makoto For Sports Performance?

      How can you improve the best athletes? How quick are your athletes to react? The player who reacts the quickest gets there the quickest. Practice can help improve these areas, but the Makoto helps improve the connection between the brain and the body. The Makoto is unique in sports enhancement. Training with it improves first-step speed, reaction time, mental focus, concentration, and hand-…Read More