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Sponsor your Fitness Game Purchase

Sponsor your Fitness Game Purchase

Funding a Fitness Game Through Sponsorships
If you have made the decision that Fitness Gaming should be part of the daily activities in your facility – but funds are limited, don’t worry! This package will guide and assist you in the quest for the appropriate sponsorships.
Exergames vs Interactive Fitness vs Active Gaming

Exergames vs Interactive Fitness vs Active Gaming

There are three generic categories of Fitness Gaming: 
1) Exergames (Exergaming, Exergame) 
2) Interactive fitness activities,
3) Active learning games (Active Gaming)
Generally defined, exergames are technology driven activities that require a screen in order for the student to physically participate in the activity. 
Fitness Games Buying Guide 2020

Fitness Games Buying Guide 2020

This Buyers Guide for Fitness Gaming, Exergaming, Active Gaming, Interactive Fitness offers the top products with a proven record from industry experts.

YMCA, Health Clubs, After-school programs, Kids Clubs, Hospitality, Rehabilitation, Entertainment, Sports performance, and Schools.

21st Century Grant - After-school Education Funding

21st Century Grant - After-school Education Funding

Grants to fund after-school education Programs.

21st Century Grants provides over $1.25 Billion to community learning centers and quality after-school programs. Many YMCA and Boys & Girls Clubs locations across the country have received these grants.

Fitness Games Benefits for Children

Fitness Games Benefits for Children

A series of studies conducted in recent years have shown that fitness gaming / active gaming is good for children in a number of ways...games improve children’s agility and coordination, give them the daily dose of exercise they need and, like other types of fitness activities, active games have been known to improve children’s academic performance.
Interactive Fitness Games Buying Guide by Industry

Interactive Fitness Games Buying Guide by Industry

Through the years we have seen that when we combine certain products and programs, we put them in the right area of the club or facility, and we have the right ‘champion’ at the location – we will have success. The most success has come from adding a few products to an existing area of a club so the products can integrate with what you are already doing in the clubs. Interactive Fitness and Exer