1. Interactive Makoto for Vision Therapy and Concussion Management

      Vision therapy is a term used to describe a variety of treatments based around eyes exercises. The treatments aim to treat convergence disorder – for which there is supporting evidence – and a range of neurological, educational and spatial difficulties – uses which are not supported by good evidence. The Makoto Training Arena is unique in vision therapy. Training with this fitness pro…Read More

  2. Using the tWall For Physical Therapy and Neurological Improvement

      The tWall can be a great addition for people who are in physical therapy. The tWall is an interactive touch wall that provides sensory feedback via lights and touch sensors. People who are recovering from brain injuries and concussions especially benefit from tWall. This interactive touch wall can help improve hand-eye coordination and reaction time. Injuries to the brain can cause a decrea…Read More

  3. Using Interactive Fitness For Personal Training and Group Fitness

      Personal training is another popular service offered by Health Clubs, YMCA’s, and Parks and Rec facilities. Working with a personal trainer can be very helpful for people who aren’t experienced in working out. They can help you set realistic fitness goals whether it’s for athletics, weight loss, etc. Below you will find some benefits of personal training. Educational- Personal trainer…Read More

  4. Using Reax Lights For Interactive Fitness Training and Sports Performance

      Reax Lights are guaranteed to make any workout more interactive. They’re flexible, versatile, and full of accessories with each light being equipped with magnets for a rapid connection. The tablet that comes with it enables the trainer and the user to choose from various programs to make your workout challenging. Benefits Portable 3D Training Wi-Fi Technology User friendly motivation, imp…Read More

  5. Using Interactive Fitness Equipment For Physical Therapy and Rehab

      Physical Therapy is defined as therapy for the preservation, enhancement, or restoration of movement and physical function impaired or threatened by disease, injury, or disability that utilizes therapeutic exercise, physical modalities, etc. Recovering from injuries can take time and patience. Using interactive fitness can be a motivational tool for people who are struggling to recover from…Read More

  6. Benefits of Functional Fitness Using Wireless Interactive Reax Lights

      Reax Lights is a wireless lights system guaranteed to make any workout more interactive. Flexible, versatile, and full of accessories, each light is equipped with magnets for a rapid connection on any surface. The WIFI tablet controller enables the trainer and user to choose customized training programs. Reax Lights can be a great tool for sports performance training. Using it for team dril…Read More

  7. Exergame and Exxon Mobil Team up for SAWDC Worlds of Opportunity

      A project of the Southwest Alabama Workforce Development Council (SAWDC), the SAWDC Worlds of Opportunity is a hands-on career expo for eighth-grade students across Southwest Alabama's nine-county footprint. The purpose of the event is to expose students to careers available locally and to demonstrate what each career involves through an interactive, engaging series of activities. The decis…Read More

  8. Exergaming Can Improve Executive Function In Children With ADHD

      A new study has found that Exergaming can improve executive function in children with ADHD. As most people know, children with ADHD struggle with being to stay focused for long periods of time, which has a major effect on their performance in school. Using Exergame as a way for physical activity can become a safe space for children with special needs like ADHD or Autism. In the study, 51 ch…Read More

  9. Improving Mobility For Senior Citizens with Interactive Fitness

      Falls are a major health concern for our senior citizen population. Each year, more than 800,000 people in the U.S. require hospitalization from a fall. A lot of these falls are due to declining strength, balance, and mobility due to inactivity.  Are you looking to get your aging loved ones up and moving? Here’s some great tips to get seniors active again. Stretch- Remember stretching is…Read More

  10. Using Exergame & Interactive Gaming to Improve Reaction Time in Sports

      Reaction time is defined as the amount of time it takes to respond to a stimulus or something we react too. Having fast reaction time can give athletes a competitive advantage. An athlete’s ability to react shows how quickly and effectively he or she can make decisions and then initiate action. For example, fast reaction time can help a basketball player get to a rebound or loose ball fas…Read More