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YMCA General Assembly

Exergame Fitness at YMCA General Assembly 2019 - Booth #613

We had an amazing time at the 2016 YMCA General Assembly sharing how we’ve impacted the organization with our YMCA Youth Fitness Programs, and we are very much looking forward to YMCA General Assembly 2019 in Anaheim, CA! YMCAs across the country continue to invest in exergaming and interactive fitness options for their members. For programs focusing on Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility, Exergaming is the solution for you!

Come to Booth #613 to learn how The Ys are focusing on their Teen & Tween Problem, providing fun interactive-fitness options for Small Groups and Personal Training, as well as fitness programs for families to enjoy.

See our SmugMug gallery of the 2016 YMCA General Assembly show click here for more photos and videos of The Y trade show.

Products You Will See

The tWALL 64 is the most robust model. It is the largest tWALL model with the most training surface available. It is built for multiple styles of use including: Kid’s Fitness, Reaction & Speed Training, Competitive Mode.

3 Kick is designed with proprietary and resilient foam pads that can be punched, kicked, slapped, or tapped with shoes or bare feet, a fist, or an open palm. The 3 Kick is a versatile machine: Kid’s Fitness, Reaction & Speed Training, Competitive Mode

The object of this fun, new, interactive game is to put the medicine ball into the hole with the light on, and retrieve it from the archway below, then quickly move it to the next hole with the light on. The player races the clock for the high score.

iDance is an enjoyable and challenging group exercise dance game of visual perception and physical skill. If you want to incorporate a dance workout into your establishment, then this system is the right way to go. It is simple to learn, exciting to play and offers a wide range of levels to take on and master.

iWall includes a stylish cover with two large displays, a computer, a motion sensor and four interactive fitness games. More games are available for a separate purchase for: Schools, Fitness Clubs, Hotels, cruisers, airports, Activity and trampoline parks, Rehabilitation, And so many more!

Exerbike GS V3 is our light-commercial-grade stationary bike enhanced with 'Pedal-to-Play' technology. This product uses magnetic resistance technology and can be used with any XBOX game to create the best workout experience. Using feedback information from the console screen, all Exerbike GS rides can be recorded and tracked.



  1. The Kids Love It!

    “When we started using Exergame equipment, our enrollment in our Youth Activity Center doubled, the parents liked that the kids were more active. The kids will compete with each other to see who can get the most points!  They are having fun, learning social skills, good sportsmanship and exercising at the same time!”

    Jamie Craig - Child Development Director, YMCA of Central Florida
  2. A Proven Method!

    “The research is clear that exercise improves mood and behavior.  What’s novel about this intervention is the introduction of Exergaming as the medium to get students (many of whom are reluctant to be physically active) motivated to actually exercise on a regular basis.  Rarely, in my 30 years as a principal, have I witnessed something that has had such an immediate and positive impact on both students and teachers.”

    Dan Lawler, Ph.D
  3. Improved Student Success

    “In all my years of working with students with emotional and behavioral issues, this intervention of exercise through Exergaming has had the most significant impact on improving behaviors of anything else I have tried. This has allowed my students to access their education, improve their mood, and make for a completely different learning environment.”

    Sara Thompson, Integrated Services Teacher at Lincoln Middle School
  4. A Unique Experience!

    “I have been very pleased with our partnership and the efforts of the Exergame Fitness Team. Our room is specifically for ages 8-12, after all our research for our new building built in 2014 there is nothing that gets the kids active and engaged like the Interactive Exergame Equipment.”

    Mike Roark, Executive Director - YMCA of Greater OKC