NRI is a privately held real estate investment company. Their focus is on residential and commercial real estate built upon their belief that small investments in communities and local culture result in large returns in real estate value. They believe in finding that value by identifying and investing in opportunistic markets, through real estate assets and other financial instruments.
In one of the new waves of residential and commercial real estate, investment companies are looking for opportunities to provide a fun fitness experience for their tenants. One of the new ideas is the incorporation of exergaming and interactive fitness within these communities.
Technology is shaping the world of healthy living and Exergame Fitness is leading a new movement incorporating it into fitness. The goal of Exergame Fitness is to merge interactive fitness programs with high tech equipment to make getting healthy more enjoyable. Products at this new building include items like the CardioWall Pro X, and the Treadwall.
With the CardioWall Pro-X, users are challenged with 14 different light pods positioned on the edge of the participant’s peripheral vision and reach. This pushes the user in improving their reaction and speed like never before. CardioWall Pro-X challenges users to balance, stretch, squat, reach, and think as they must follow and hit the different patterns of lighted pads.
The Treadwall is designed to bring the capabilities of an entire climbing gym to the limited space of a health club or similar facility. The freestanding and compact design of a Treadwall allows you to blend it into your environment, with a choice of sizes to fit your facility. Exterior options are also available.
Games aren’t just for kids; adults love playing too. At Exergame Fitness, we offer a variety of weight loss workouts combined with active gaming. Our interactive fitness rooms kicks it up a notch from the traditional fitness area with this high intensity interactive exergaming solution. Designed for group based training, users will push themselves in a multitude of ways including: strength, conditioning, and reaction training, and the gamification built into the equipment will only make them work harder.