Gamification, Part 1: Five Ways to Gamify Your Exercise

One of the hardest parts about self-improvement is sticking with good habits. While it’s easy to commit to all sorts of dramatic improvements in a rash moment of enthusiasm, the reality is that you probably won’t stick with them. Every year, we hear about people giving up their New Years…

5 Tips to Improve Your In-Game Focus

Maintaining focus during gameplay is the key to success on the leaderboards, but it’s something many people struggle with, especially during long hours of playtime. If you can’t retain focus on your objective, you won’t make progress. Here are our top five tips to help you improve your in-game focus:…

7 Exercise Moves You Can Do While You Wait For Queue

Finding time to exercise can be hard. These days, we are overloaded with obligations. Whether it’s a job, school, family, or something else entirely, our time is typically spent on things outside of ourselves.  When we spend more time sitting than moving, it can lead to negative consequences for our…

Gamers are Active: A Short History of Exercise Games

We’ve all seen the stereotype before: gamers are sluggish, chubby, and just plain out-of-shape. That’s been around since the earliest days of gaming, lumped in with the stereotype of the young, white, male gamer. Eventually it morphed into something a little different: the stereotype of gamers who loves junk food,…