1. YMCA of Greater OKC Uses Interactive Fitness Wall for Training

      At the YMCA of Greater OKC, they believe that to bring about meaningful change in individuals and communities, they must be focused and accountable. That's why their focus their work on three key areas that are fundamental to strengthening community: youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. As part of these core values, they recently installed exergaming equipment from …Read More

  2. YMCA of Frederick County Adds Interactive Fitness Wall for Training

      At the YMCA of Frederick County, they are strengthening community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.  Every day, the staff work side-by-side with community members to address the most pressing needs in Frederick County. They aim to ensure that everyone — regardless of age, income, or background — has the opportunity to learn, grow, and thrive. Part of …Read More

  3. Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital Adds Interactive Wall for Patients

      Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital is a 102-bed non-profit children's hospital in Mt. Washington of Baltimore that provides care for children with complex health problems. MWPH is jointly owned by Johns Hopkins Medical System and University of Maryland Medical System. Recently as an addition to the Hospital Center; they wanted to add a piece of equipment that would be fun to play, multi gene…Read More

  4. CardioWall The Multi-Use Functional Training Tool for Fitness

      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. St. Monica’s Recreation Center Serves Youth Fitness with Interactive Games

      St. Monica’s Recreation Center, "a ministry for God's children", gladly serves the youth of Lincoln Heights.  This 11,000 –sf gymnasium addition for St. Monica Recreation center serves kids from the surrounding neighborhoods ranging from ages 6-18 years old. St. Monica’s serves the neighborhood of Lincoln Heights, about two miles from the Community of the Transfiguration Motherhouse…Read More

  6. Park District Adds to their Interactive Gaming Room with Heavyball

      City of Johnson City located in the heartland of Tennessee recently decided to add to their Memorial Park Community Center.  The $15 million, 67,000-square-foot recreation center will have hundreds if not thousands of people dancing, swimming, playing billiards, tennis and a long list of other activities for the body and mind. The center is equipped with a 75-foot-long lap pool, splash poo…Read More

  7. YMCA of Southeast Ventura County-Simi Valley Y Installs Exergame tWall

      When you look to join the Simi Valley YMCA of Southeast Ventura County, you join a community of men, women and children who are committed to youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. It doesn't matter whether your looking to get fit, make new friends, or looking to support your community, or maybe all three; the YMCA can help you reach those goals. Their staff members ar…Read More