Go-to magazine for all things business and technology, Fast Company, has published a featured article on our A Step Ahead: Zombies challenge. Check out the article at the link below! http://www.fastcompany.com/3044028/most-creative-people/this-zombie-video-game-actually-gets-lazy-desk-workers-off-their-butts#3
Prominent financial news outlet, The Street, turned to FIX CEO Mike Tinney for expert analysis on the state of the fitness wearable industry and the potential impact of the soon-to-be-released Apple Watch on medical tech. Watch the full interview below:
USA Today has published a feature article on FIX’s A Step Ahead: Zombies complete with client testimonials and soundbites from FIX CEO Mike Tinney and FIX Health Advisor Dr. Tim Church. Read the article at the link below: http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/gaming/2015/03/12/zombie-wellness-platform/70196628/
Fitness Insider publishes an annual state of fitness technology analysis that looks at products to keep an eye on in the coming year. This year, UtiliFIT made the list along with other well-known products from the likes of Xbox, Nike, Fitocracy and others.
Prominent tech news source, BetaNews, published an article by our own Mike Tinney that discusses what sedentary behavior means to companies with corporate wellness offerings for their employees, and how companies are turning to games to drive engagement in their wellness programs.
Mike Tinney, CEO of Fitness Interactive Experience, is interviewed on CNN regarding the dangers of sedentary behavior and how to address them with healthy behavioral change. Watch the interview: http://www.cnn.com/videos/health/2015/01/22/intv-tinney-too-much-sitting-unehalthy.cnn
FIX founder Mike Tinney was recently interviewed on Naked HR Radio to discuss corporate wellness and gamification trends. Listen to the interview below and visit Naked HR for more shows. http://nakedhrradio.com/