1. Mad Fitness Gym Focuses on Youth Fitness Training

      Mad Fitness is committed to meeting the fitness needs of the athlete and non athlete through a variety of group training classes grounded in the core values of; Movement science, functional fitness, fundamentals of strength training, proper cardiovascular training and performance training. In this facility is a 11,000-square-foot fitness and athletic training facility for all ages, but the …Read More

  2. UT Southwestern Uses tWall for Rehab and Fitness Training

    UT Southwestern is one of the world's top academic medical centers in the US, treating more than 60 subspecialties, several of which are consistently ranked among the nation's best by U.S. News & World Report.  One of the largest medical schools in the country, UT Southwestern annually trains about 3,700 medical, graduate, and health-professions students, residents, and postdoctoral fellows …Read More

  3. Iowa State Implements Dynavision for Optimal Athletic Performance

    Back at the end of the year Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa; was one of the new owners of the Dynavision D2 from Exergame Fitness. DynaVision, the light-training reaction device, developed to train sensory motor integration through the visual system. The increased ability to receive visual stimuli, mentally process this information, then react to it with a motor response, has vast implications…Read More

  4. Exergame Locations: Fanwood-Scotch Plains YMCA

    The Fanwood-Scotch Plain YMCA was looking for something a little different.  Something fun, something exciting, and a something that could engage all ages.  When they decided to come to Exergame, they came to the right place!  With the integrations on some of our newest interactive gaming products which included the tWall and PaviGym Sprint 3.0, they are taking a whole new approach to functiona…Read More