Computer-aided exercise

Posted on June 19, 2012


Both the control group and the experimental group participated in the same amount and frequency of exercising. However, participants in the experimental group, which used computer-aided visuals and techniques to enhance solitary stationary bike exercise, showed a 23 percent greater reduction in progression to dementia in comparison to the control group. Yet, medical profession is extremely slow in adapting this type approach — computers.

Check out the article on a study of exercise and computer aided systems.  A Boost for Health Tech: Computer-Aided Exercise Improves Cognition «