Choosing the Right Gym!

When it comes to making fitness a routine an undesirable gym can easily prevent your willingness to go and workout.  A gym should meet all your expectations, not the other way around.  Use this guideline to determine if your gym is right for you and how to choose the perfect facility.



A 30 minute commute for a 45 minute workout does not sound like a plan for success.  Look at gyms that are closer to work or home so that you are more driven to go.  Don’t let burden of driving influence your willingness to work out.


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Healthy Holiday Tips!

The holidays are right around the corner and what better way to celebrate than staying fit throughout the season.  Nearly 60% of Americans gain 1-10 lbs between Thanksgiving and New Years and nearly half don’t make attempts to lose the holiday weight.  “I’ll have another” easily rolls off our tongue and come January we ask ourselves, what were we thinking?  We at Motion Fitness want to share a few tips on how to avoid seasonal weight gain while enjoying holiday perks.


Everyone can agree that schedules are difficult to maintain during the holidays with all the running around and stress.  It More >

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Healthy Lifestyle For On The Go!

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is difficult when you’re constantly on the go, but don’t let a busy schedule get in the way of your health.   The Motion Fitness family want to share a few tips that help us stay on track with our busy schedule.  You will be amazed by how great you feel by following these simple tips.



Whether you’re on a diet or just looking to eat healthy water is your best friend.  Substitute sugary beverages with water and you will see amazing results within a week.  Doctors recommend at least 8 glasses of More >


Meet with Us at Club Industry.

Club Industry conference and exposition is in Chicago October 24-25. Contact us to meet up. We will also be giving tours of the Exergame Showroom at the Bulls Sox Training Academy in Lisle IL on Friday, October 25.  sales@motionfitness.com


Dancing Your Way to Better Grades

Many of us would spend the hour leading up to a test cramming as much information as we can, but what about dancing.  Schools today are taking a new approach towards preparing kids for standardized test with iDANCE.

What is iDANCE?  iDANCE is a state of the art dance and step system that uses all of the bodies functions with an integration to gaming.  Benefits from using our iDANCE products include increases in:

– Academics


– Productivity

– Focus

Why iDANCE?  The new gaming generation of children of has come forth and with them comes the difficult task of keeping them active. iDANCE changes More >


North Crawford School District Gets Their Group Dance Class On

North Crawford School District Gets Their Group Dance Class On

North Crawford School District in Wisconsin gets students moving in physical education classes with Exergaming.  Exergaming, or interactive gaming as some would call it, is technology, gamification, and fitness combined.   It is a better way to educate the importance of fitness because it makes the fitness experience fun, and keeps children engaged.  They have been playing videogames all their life, so shifting sedentary screen time into active game play, and reinforcing that within schools teaches the importance of activity and movement in health and wellness.

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The Best Way to Postpone Dementia is with Exercise

What’s the best way to stay mentally sharp well into old age? According to a recent study by experts at Edinburgh University, it’s not brain games. Turns out exercise may be the most effective way to keep elderly minds as big and functional as possible. More so than brain teasers and social interaction, exercise was associated with the biggest boost in brainpower.

What can you do to be around for your grandkids?

The study tested 638 Scottish 70-year-olds by having them fill out questionnaires about their exercise habits, engagement with intellectual activities (like crossword puzzles) and socialization. Three years later, when the participants were More >