rickmorey

Technology has been both a blessing and curse. Technology gave us cell phones, but in doing so, technology also took away our ability to remember phone numbers. Technology gave us the Internet, but at the expense of good old fashioned face-to-face interaction.

I can’t find many things to not like about the new gaming consoles that are social and active entertainment packages in a box.  They can bring the whole family together and give people of any age a reason to exercise at some level.

The players control the games through body movements and voice and an avatar of them performs tasks throughout the games’ levels.

Because these game consoles rely on players making motions rather than pushing buttons on a controller they can be great exercise.  They allow for a full range of movement, making it a popular for people of all ages and abilities, from seniors, the disabled to children and…

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