A growing number of schools are mixing technology and exercise to motivate kids, Newsday reports. "It's definitely a trend," said Colleen Corsi, executive director of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance. "Young people are so attuned to technology--it's how they interact. In order to engage them, teachers use these mediums." Physical education classes at West Babylon Junior High School on Long Island use Nintendo Wii and PlayStation 2 consoles to allow students to play fitness-related video games like "Dance Dance Revolution." In Lynbrook, high-schoolers improve their reflexes using a Cybex Trazer, an interactive machine


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