1. Youth X Room for Youth Training, and Teen Tween Fitness Gamification

      One of the toughest questions in most non-profits, and for profit clubs is what to do with the teen/tween demographic, too old to be in the  day care area but too young to be in the main fitness areas.  Many clubs struggle with how to keep this age group not only in the club and engaged, but also active.  With our Youth X concept at Exergame Fitness we use a proven fitness methodology c…Read More

  2. YMCA Meadowlands Opens Interactive Gaming Room for Teens and Adults

      The New Meadowlands Y is a place where people of all ages can come together under one roof and enjoy the things that are important things in life, a place where you feel welcomed and motivated to try the things you might have been afraid to in the past. Each day, everyone from pre-schoolers to seniors, those with diverse backgrounds and abilities will gather to pursue a broad range of edu…Read More

  3. Exergame Locations: YMCA of Franklin & Grove City

    It has now been a few months since we brought Exergaming over to the YMCA of Franklin & Grove City and they have been very successful with their youth programs ever since! The YMCA of Franklin & Grove City received the Exerbikes and a tWall 32 for their youth fitness and youth recreation programs. Both of these systems of perfect for engaging kids who may not be into sports or fitness yet,…Read More

  4. Exergame Locations: Findlay YMCA

    A few months back we had the pleasure of working with the Findlay YMCA  in Ohio.  As their were trying to find a solution to counteract their down turn in teen membership, they turned to Exergame Fitness. This room is a perfect area for kids to just hang out and be active at the same time. All the pieces of equipment were purchased with the idea of multiplayer games and kids being able to play t…Read More

  5. Hanover YMCA Chooses Exergame for Two Facilities

    When Dana Alexander was tasked with creating a new and innovative space for kids at the brand new Hanover YMCA in Hanover, Pennsylvania she asked for some help.  She didn’t want to do “the same thing everyone else was doing” and she knew it had to be top level, cutting edge and be multi dimensional.  So she turned to one of the people she trusted most- her Lifefitness sales rep who had out…Read More

  6. Success Stories: Marion County YMCA

    As childhood obesity grows, steps taken to get kids moving Eighth Street Elementary School student Aubree Grubbs furiously peddled a stationary bicycle one recent evening at the Frank DeLuca YMCA Family Center.  Holding a video game controller, Aubree looked up at a television screen and guided a bicycle along a virtual course. The 6-year-old was not there just to get healthy. She was actually us…Read More