1. Exergame Locations: Playful Beginnings Intervention Center

    We are always looking to expand our reach to customers other than health clubs and fitness centers. Our equipment has a special ability to get kids active and to keep them engaged. So when we come across schools, childcare centers, and similar facilities we try very hard to deliver our interactive fitness products to the kids who can use it. Most recently we have installed some equipment at a very…Read More

  2. Another Tool for the Educators’ Toolbox

    Our great Exergaming friend, Dan Lawler Ph.D. has written another piece of Exergaming. This blog focuses on the Exergaming industry starting to focus more of SPED programs in school districts. We think this is an exciting new direction to bring the industry in, read on and tell us what you think! Another Tool for the Educators’ Toolbox By Dan Lawler, Ph.D. Schools, and especially teachers, provi…Read More

  3. Exergaming: A Tool for Educational Challenges of ADHD

    By Dan Lawler, PhD “Schools can be an excruciating experience for kids with ADHD,” notes John Ratey, MD, of Harvard Medical School and author of SPARK:  The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain.  It’s not that students with ADHD can’t focus, but that they can’t focus on command.  They are wired differently and working with that physiology can allow their potential for h…Read More

  4. Makoto for Special Needs

    We always tell our customers that the products and solutions we provide serve more than just one population. In a school setting, a PE class, fitness class, special needs kids, and the sports teams can all get a tremendous benefit from the Exergame products.  The key is how they use them for each population. Below is a great article from a teacher in Naperville IL School District explaining how h…Read More