1. Improve Agility, Speed, and Quickness With Interactive Fitness

      Agility is defined as an athlete’s ability to move at an accelerated in one direction and then instantly decelerate and shift position within a matter of seconds. It is one facet of sports training that can separate a good athlete from a great one. Agility drills can improve your performance by strengthening your joints and muscles. Here’s some drills you can combine with interactive fi…Read More

  2. Using Interactive Fitness To Improve Hand Eye Coordination

      Hand Eye Coordination is the ability to do activities that require the simultaneous use of our hands and eyes. We use hand eye coordination every day and is one of the skills that can be constantly improved. This is why it’s crucial to evaluate hand eye coordination in children. A child  might take a long time to react to something that happened or they might have trouble focusing in sch…Read More

  3. CardioWall And Its Benefits For Training Athletes

      CardioWall challenges users to balance, stretch, squat, reach, and think as they must follow and hit the different patterns of lighted pads. Train lateral quickness, agility, speed, and reaction. CardioWall is ideal for circuit training where the built-in timer keeps everything on track and the intensity high.  You can use any form of soft weights, boxing gloves, etc. 4 inbuilt games are a…Read More

  4. CardioWall Sports Performance Training and Functional Exercises

      Do you want to challenge yourself to a fun, high-intensity workout? Are you looking to take the athletes you coach to the next level of performance? Let me introduce you to the CardioWall! The CardioWall challenges users to balance, stretch, squat, reach, and think as they must follow and hit the different patterns of lighted pads. Train lateral quickness, agility, speed, reaction.  You ca…Read More

  5. Exergame Representative Crushes the Competition at Club Renovation

    One of our top Exergame Representatives on the East Coast Jarrod Saracco recently just released a great article on club revitalization and making an impact in the community. Jarrod is a 24 year veteran of the health and fitness industry. His career started at the early age of 17 when he received his first personal training certification and began working as a Fitness Attendant in a multi-purpose …Read More