1. Interactive Fitness Benefits Children

    Does your child's daily schedule include physical fitness? Perhaps you have children who are stuck in a rut, even at school, that leaves them without the time needed to engage in physical activities. We are sure you have heard that exercise is the remedy for childhood obesity and poor health. While this is true, there are several more reasons that exercise is important for children. So if your chi…Read More

  2. Life Time Fitness Installs Exergame at New Diamond Premier Club

    As health clubs across the world continue to push for more active play options in their facilities, Exergame continues to be the company they choose to go to. Life Time Fitness, one of the largest and most successful health club chains in the country, recently added some of our interactive products to one of their newest Premier Diamond Club facilities-  The Chestnut Hill Life Time Fitness in Mas…Read More

  3. Exercise Comes in the Form of Running, Walking, Cycling, Swimming and Even Active Gaming

    Being physically fit means you need to engage in some sort of exercise. Achieving a healthy level of physical fitness offers a number of great benefits, so it should be a goal for everyone. Exercise comes in the form of running, walking, cycling, swimming and even active gaming. Here is what happens when you engage in regular activity. Engaging in physical activity is a great way to burn calories,…Read More

  4. Fitness Technology Has Come a Long Way Since 1980 and Interactive Fitness is a Fine Example

    In terms of ways we help to stay fit, we have come a long way since Richard Simmons introduced us to Sweatin' To The Oldies and Olivia Newton-John implored us to "Get Physical." Of course, these were all 1980's fads that have come and gone, like so many others. Fitness technology has come a long way since then and interactive fitness is a fine example. Let's take a break from our Exerbike, Active …Read More

  5. Moderate Exercise, Such as Aerobics, Strength Training and Active Gaming, Has a Positive Effect on Brain Function

    Moderate physical activity performed during midlife or even later in life appears to be directly associated with a reduced risk for cognitive impairment. That is, exercise improves cognitive functions, it is healthy for your brain. In fact, there are studies that have explored the possibility that exercise can even reverse memory loss. Here are some frightening statistics, each year 10 to 15 perce…Read More

  6. Breaking Through the Awkward Gateway Into Fitness

    No matter how engaging and inviting something may be at a gym or fitness center, there will always be people who are too nervous to go. Whether they are new or returning, over or underweight, or just paranoid it is a not an uncommon problem. Some want to be experienced and sometimes fit enough to enter a gym in the first place, which until the means to easily workout in your home were available, w…Read More

  7. YMCA To Install Adult and Youth Exergame Solution

    The RYE YMCA is set to install one of the biggest Exergame rooms in New York this September. The room will include seven different interactive fitness products: tWall 64, Exerbikes, JumpQ, 3Kick, HeavyBall, Pavigym 3.0 Floor, and Nexersys.These products will be used to create a highly engaging and physical environment for both kids and adult members alike. Following their vision of nurturing the s…Read More