1. YMCA Anderson Youth Wellness Area Installs Exergame

    For over 65 years, the Anderson Area YMCA has been building strong kids, strong families and strong communities through quality programs.  One of the main goals within the Y is to improve the health and well being of your entire family! They offer dance and step games, gaming bikes, active wall and floor games, workout of the day, and fitness games for ages 6-12.  This is the ultimate solution…Read More

  2. Dale Turner Y adds Exergame within the YMCA of Greater Seattle

    After the recent yearly shutdown for the Dale Turner YMCA, they were able to unveil their brand new, state of the art interactive fitness room designed by Exergame Fitness.  With products for the entire family, many members spent their night engaged in interactive play on the various Exergame products at the facility. Featured items included the Eyeplay, WaterRower VGS, Nexersys, and Exerbikes–…Read More

  3. Exergame Locations: Fanwood-Scotch Plains YMCA

    The Fanwood-Scotch Plain YMCA was looking for something a little different.  Something fun, something exciting, and a something that could engage all ages.  When they decided to come to Exergame, they came to the right place!  With the integrations on some of our newest interactive gaming products which included the tWall and PaviGym Sprint 3.0, they are taking a whole new approach to functiona…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. Mitch Park YMCA Closes the Teen Tween Gap

    YMCAs across the country are always looking for solutions that can help close the gap between younger kids, and adults.  Seven to fourteen year olds - too old to be in the Exergame Playground or day care area but too young to be in the main fitness areas. Whether they are athletes or not, they still need a place to call their own at your club. Enter the Exergame Youth X Room, a room specifically…Read More