1. North Crawford “Springs It On” with Exergames

    In 2012, North Crawford SchoolDistrict in Wisconsin was one of the lucky schools that won the Carol M. White Physical Education Program Grant (PEP)award.   The PEP grant is funded bythe U.S. Department of Education's Office of Safe and Healthy Schools (OSHS)and gives schools the funding to enhance Physical Education and Nutritionprograms.   North Crawford choseexergames as a way to keep student…Read More

  2. Chicago Sports Museum Lights the Lamp with tWall

    On April 2nd, 2014 the Harry Caray’srestaurant franchise opened a 22,000 square-foot complex on the seventh floorof the Water Tower Place in downtown Chicago. The complex includes Harry Caray’s 7th Inning Stretch restaurant andan 8,000 square-foot Chicago Sports Museum, a memorabilia mecca for touristsand fans of Chicago sports. “We’re excited to bring this new breed of dining,entertainme…Read More

  3. Youth Fitness: The Industry’s Response

    The problem was clear. The challenge set forth was daunting but vital. How can fitness be introduced to children at an early enough age to change the course of the childhood obesity epidemic? The answer seems simple enough: more access to fitness opportunities and healthier eating alternatives in order to instill healthy habits at a young age. But the obstacles kept coming. Budget cuts at schools …Read More