Gyms for kids use gaming to keep them hooked — Update
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Earlier this year, we reported on NexGym—a youth fitness franchise that keeps youngsters moving through video game-inspired workouts. It turns out they're not the only players capitalizing on kids' fitness by incorporating video games. Canadian Bulldog Interactive Fitness and Colorado's XRKade are getting in on exergaming, too. Bulldog Interactive Fitness founder Holly Bond was inspired by her own son's childhood battle with weight—a problem she realized affected not just his health, but also his self-esteem. That's why it was such a priority to develop fitness solutions that didn't leave fun out of the equation. Children ages 3 and up can…
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