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  • n. Plural form of exergame.

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Examples

  • Link these systems to the internet and you could compete in exergames with people in arcade-gyms across the country or with a workout buddy in the gym with you.

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  • Medicine suggests a novel route to improving the symptoms of subsyndromal seniors through the regular use of "exergames" - entertaining game play with exercise.

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  • Given the traditional stereotype of the overweight video game player, "exergames" - in which the player exercises by following instructions on the television - are surprisingly popular.

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  • The children were asked to play several so-called exergames, which include boxing, dancing and soccer video games.

    Kids Work Up a Sweat With Video Games

  • Playing these so-called "exergames" for 10 minutes produced a workout that, depending on the game, nearly equaled or greatly exceeded that produced by spending an equal amount of time walking three miles an hour on a treadmill.

    'Exergaming' is good for kids

  • Those who prefer the comfort and proximity of their own living rooms to the gym have good news today: so-called exergames can indeed result in elevated energy expenditures, often above that achieved walking 3 miles an hour on a treadmill.

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  • Often also called exergames, they include the Wii Fit, Dance Dance Revolution from Konami and the new Microsoft Xbox Kinect and Sony PlayStation Move systems, among others.

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  • "exergames" - entertaining video games that combine game play with exercise.

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  • Educators at Foundations for the Future Charter Academy in Calgary, where Tyler attends Grade 4, recently installed about a dozen "exergames" on the elementary school's stage, which is part of the gymnasium.

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  • Unfortunately, exergames have not yet been accessible to children with visual impairments, although it is evident they could benefit from them the most.

    VI Fit – Video Game Project to Help Blind Children Exercise | Impact Lab

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