It's no secret that levels of inactivity and obesity are very high in our current population of children. In fact, less than half of primary school kids meet the minimum levels of activity that are required to maintain health. Active video gaming, however, can stem that tide. Known as exergaming, using active console video games that track player movement could become a good alternative form of exercise. According to The Journal of Pediatrics, such devices as Xbox's Kinect and the Wii are becoming popular amongst children and can help improve their overall health.