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Xavix Recommendations

With the XaviX you can enjoy a fun and active workout by yourself or with friends and family. XaviX Recommendations The XaviX is a gaming system that was released in the US in 2004. It is an interactive system that uses sports equipment shaped controllers for each game (for example, tennis rackets, boxing gloves, etc.). […]

Jackie Chan J-Mat Fitness

The Jackie Chan J-Mat, a game for the Xavix, is a DanceDanceRevolution-inspired device you spread out on the floor in front of your TV. It comes with the game cartridge, the dance pad, and two-pound hand weights for added resistance. The game offers an aerobic workout with Jackie Chan as your personal instructor with three […]

Xavix Tennis

Tennis for the Xavix comes with the game cartridge and two wireless min-tennis rackets. The Xavixport is sold separately. The tennis rackets are used to play the game. The game has different features and modes; you can either play against the game in a tournament tour or against a friend in a two-player exhibition match. […]

Jackie Chan Studio Fitness Powerboxing

The Jackie Chan Studio Fitness Powerboxing for the Xavix is a boxing game designed to give you a cardiovascular workout, toning your arms and back in the comfort of your own home. It comes with the game cartridge and wireless boxing gloves, made of soft, flexible material; the XavixPort is sold separately. The boxing gloves […]

Funding Information

© 2013. NMSU Board of Regents. All rights reserved. This project was supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture through the National Research Initiative (Grant #2008-55215-18837).

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The Exergames Unlocked project includes a multi-state team of accomplished media education researchers, exercise physiologists, medical professionals and doctoral students. Contributing members are researchers in their fields and have helped launch the use of exergames as tools to combat obesity in their communities and beyond. New Mexico State University researchers and their partners have been funded to research the impact of exergames, develop specific recommendations for exergame use, and implement exergaming programs. As part of that project, this website provides access to resources based on research, sample projects, and input from the exergaming community. For more information, contact the project director: Dr. Barbara Chamberlin, Professor, New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service
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Why Exergames Unlocked?

Why Exergames Unlocked? Exergames are videogames that encourage physical activity. Here, you’ll find the best and most effective exergames, as well as strategies and recommendations on using them with different audiences and in different locations.