Take a look at this great article written on November 29, 2012 in The Inquirer. The article discusses the growth of Gaga in recent years and the benefits of playing Gaga for school-aged children.
Douglas Mann, a Rowan University professor in health and exercise science said, “GaGa is good exercise and teaches strategy techniques and builds skills like hand-eye coordination. It’s very appealing to our low-attention-span kids because it’s a very fast-moving game and games typically don’t take very long. When they’re out, they can sit and watch and cheer and still be part of the activity, then there’s a new game and a new dynamic.”
Jodi Berman of Cherry Hill said her 6-year-old son, Avi, started playing GaGa at camp and fell in love with it. She brings him to South Jersey GaGa almost weekly.
Read the full article here – http://articles.philly.com/2012-11-29/news/35412784_1_dodgeball-pit-summer/2