1. Exergame Provides Fitness Gaming Experience at the YMCAs

      Exergaming is an essential component to an active and healthy lifestyle. It is designed to engage kids and adults from the very beginning of training while keeping them mentally and physically focused. The act of motion, or physically playing, is the foundation of what our bodies need. Studies show active gaming provides improvement in three key areas: health, academics, and social behavior…Read More

  2. YMCA of Greater Cleveland Adds Teen Fitness Gaming Equipment

    For 160 years, the YMCA of Greater Cleveland has served the community by providing quality programs and activities that promote the balanced development of spirit, mind and body.  The YMCA of Greater Cleveland is for everyone; they welcome people of all ages, ethnic origins, religious affiliations, and socioeconomic levels. Exergame Fitness has helped hundreds of facilities provide top of the lin…Read More

  3. Deadwood Recreation & Aquatic Center Uses Fitness Games for Youth

    The Deadwood Recreation & Aquatic Center is committed to providing high quality and diversified fitness, recreation, social, and educational opportunities through an established and reliable municipal leisure facility. Any guests expectations will be met with responsive service in a welcoming atmosphere. By promoting recreation and wellness, the DRAC strives to enhance the quality of life for …Read More

  4. 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

  5. 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