1. Athletic Business – Exergame Fitness Article on Gamification

      How Gamified Fitness Helps Power-Up Fitness Facilities https://www.athleticbusiness.com/equipment/how-gamified-fitness-helps-power-up-fitness-facilities.html "Gamification" is a relatively new term to describe an old concept: incorporating game elements — such as points, rewards, penalties and competition — into non-game contexts. Gamification already exists in many areas of our lives …Read More

  2. The Underused Tool for Education – Exergame Transforms the Classroom

      Although research shows that exercise activates the attention system, increases focus, modulates mood, and enhances learning, it remains an underused tool in education. When teachers and students better understand how to work with the physiology of one’s body, the educational experience is optimized. This is especially true for students with behavioral issues such as ADHD.   Our respons…Read More

  3. Thank you to Our Service Members on July 4th – MWR Programs Included

      Exergame Fitness would like to extend our thanks to the Military Service men and women on this July 4th.  It is not lost on us that without their courageous sacrifices our country would not be in the position we are today. Exergame has in the past been extremely honored to work with each Military branch of service (Army, Navy, Coast, Marines) that helps families of service members continue…Read More

  4. MWR – Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Interactive Fitness for Youth

      The military’s Morale, Welfare, and Recreation centers are responsible for most activities that are offered on almost all military bases.  Exergame Fitness has had a long history of working with these military bases to provide a fun, interactive fitness options for their children and families. Any active, retired, National Guard or reservist and their families are welcome to take part in…Read More

  5. What is Fitness Gaming Technology and Entertainment in 30 Seconds?

      Fitness gaming (also known as interactive gaming) is a proven method to get both kids, and adults engaged in fitness through technology.  Youth Centers that have introduced fitness gaming to their programs have seen a 33% increase in activity, as interactive video gaming is an activity children genuinely like to do with their friends, and individually. The greatest advantage fitness ga…Read More

  6. 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

  7. HIIT Training with Interactive Fitness and Exergame Interview

      At the Auburn Racquet & Fitness Club in California one of the key focuses is on small group, and personal training.  But one of the largest growing trends in fitness is High Intensity Interval Training.  HIIT training is any workout that alternates between intense bursts of activity and fixed periods of less-intense activity or even rest. High Intensity interval training is a great w…Read More

  8. Youth Fitness, Adult Wellness, and Family Fun with Exergaming

      FitRec, short for the Health, Fitness & Recreation Center, is managed as a department located on the Moraine Valley Community College campus.  This 110,000 square foot recreational facility is highlighted by a large fitness center, a 3 court gymnasium, and a recreational pool.  A few years ago they made the addition of a full childcare wing.  This space is dedicated to the kids of t…Read More

  9. Youth X Room for Youth Training, and Teen Tween Fitness Gamification

      One of the toughest questions in most non-profits, and for profit clubs is what to do with the teen/tween demographic, too old to be in the  day care area but too young to be in the main fitness areas.  Many clubs struggle with how to keep this age group not only in the club and engaged, but also active.  With our Youth X concept at Exergame Fitness we use a proven fitness methodology c…Read More

  10. Adult Training with Interactive Gaming For Small Groups and PT

      Checkout our interview with Patrick Bergen, Fitness Director at the Auburn Racquet & Fitness Club. Learn more about his Exergame experience through some of the small group classes they have been running. Learn how they have been using it for HIIT (high intensity interval training), personal training, and boot camp style classes. Perfect for kids, adults, and seniors! Designed for group …Read More