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Physical Health

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VR Fitness

The American Heart Association recommends 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity each week, but only about 20 percent of us meet those benchmarks, the organization says. VR games or fitness apps are one way to get there, according to Bagley. They also hit a sweet spot: more active than sedentary video games and arguably more engaging than repetitive, screen-free workouts.

- The Washington Post

Apps for every workout!

With virtual reality platforms and headsets, gamers can now engage in active exercise while playing games. Much like a ninja, when you strap on your [VR headset] and start playing VR fitness games, you can stealthily get in shape, strengthen your muscles, burn calories, and improve your cardiovascular fitness.

- The Manual


Effective VR Workouts!

VR helps with fitness the same way it helps with other types of training, says Derek Belch, founder and CEO of VR company Strivr.

“Your body's in one place, but your brain thinks you're somewhere else,” he said.

-The Washington Post

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