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Product description

An addictive new dance game for boys and girls!

Rugged material
Increased non-slip grip to avoid creases
Name: Dance Game Mat
Material: pvc
Type: TV computer dual purpose
Product size: 93 * 81 (cm) thickness 11mm
Product weight: 1.7 kg.
Accessories: 1 x English manual + 1 dance pad + 1 x cd drive
How to use: Install the program, dance plugin and play first.
Scene: Yoga, Fitness, Dance, Games.
feature:
This is a home computer/TV dance mat that is easy to install and operate. At the same time, entertainment can also be used by the whole family.
It is easy to jump for 10 minutes, which is equivalent to running 3 laps. Relaxing your body muscles can make your abdomen, legs, waist and arm muscles healthier.
Overall entertainment and fitness, you can effectively exercise your body in dance. Burn excess fat to achieve perfect body results.
For the crowd: Office workers, housewives, students and people who are often less active are also very helpful to young people. ??

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