Kids are getting fit with the Wii and other video games. Credit: Alex Grimm, Getty Images"Honey, I handed the kids the remote," is the new mantra of health-savvy moms and dads who are boasting "I told you so," to naysayers who once pooh-pooh...Experts say the virtual reality of many games actually requires kids to work up a sweat and helps keep video game players in physical shape. They're regaling the benefits of Nintendo's "Wii Sports," Konami's "Dance Dance Revolution" and other video games that require players to go through motions to make their virtual counterparts perform.
Spontaneous dancing is one of those childhood traits that you can easily take for granted and miss desperately when kids start getting self-conscious. Matt Harding has become an unlikely internet celebrity through amazingly touching videos of himself...
In the wake of success stories like Dance, Dance Revolution and Wii -- both of which have been officially endorsed by fitness experts in helping kids get physically active -- Fisher Price has created it's own "exergame," the Smart Cycle. Essentially,...
A teen librarian in an undisclosed location is forgoing library fines if offenders can beat her in a game of Dance Dance Revolution. I'm totally serious. This hipster bookworm keeps the game set up all the time, just in case she needs to have a dance...
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