1. Fort Shafter – Military Exergame Programs

    This week Exergame Fitness takes part in an exciting, not your every day install. We will be sending someone out to Hawaii to the Fort Shafter military base to install an iDance system. This is a great opportunity for us as we would like to branch out into the military market for selling Exergame equipment. These military exergame programs should show others that our machines can truly be used by …Read More

  2. iDance by Positive Gaming

    iDance by Positive Gaming Dancing is not what typically comes to mind when thinking about fitness. You think about things like running some laps for cardio or weight lifting, but that does not work for everybody. Especially for the younger generations, it sometimes can become a battle to fight boredom while working out. Positive Gaming is company that makes the iStep and iDance lines, which for …Read More

  3. Estes Park Exercise Learning Center – Exergame Fitness

    A couple of weeks ago we helped out Estes Park Middle School in creating their Estes Park Exercise Learning Center (ELC). The Estes Park Middle School are The Bobcats, and their website can be found here. We installed several popular pieces of equipment that we think will really make an impact on the kids. The following products were installed at the Estes Park Exercise Learning Center: Spivi  iS…Read More

  4. 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