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'Exergaming' helps jump-start sedentary children

Julia Marshall, 10, of Weymouth played tennis during a visit to the Weymouth Club's XRKade. The facility, which opened last month, is the state's first interactive fitness arcade. Julia Marshall, 10, of Weymouth played tennis during a visit to the Weymouth Club's XRKade. The facility, which opened last month, is the state's first interactive fitness arcade. (Tom Herde for the Boston Globe)
By Amy van Aarem
Globe Correspondent / January 10, 2008

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Kerin Donnelly of Weymouth was sore the next morning from "snowboarding" for two hours - indoors. (Full article: 845 words)

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