Arctic Gym Interactive Gaming Mat

For the people, who loves to workout at home with interactive peripherals, Arctic Gym will offer a fun alternative.  The ARCTIC GYM is interactive video gaming mat, which you can connect to your TV and contains more than 80 preprogrammed games, including aerobic and muscle workout, yoga training, jogging, dancing and arcade games.

The ARCTIC GYM gaming mat is divided into thirty pressure sensitive pads with sensors to detect body and feet positions, the system recognizes your movements and display them to the TV and measures your performance and fitness progress. It measures 170 x 60 cm, weighing only 1.3 kg and comes with 3m RCA cable for TV and feature 3D graphics, which will represent your movements skills. There are three preset exercise modes to choose from: aerobic mode, muscle workout and yoga. But Arctic Gym also features other games like basketball, bowling, highway racing, you can compete in 100m running, high jumping walking race, and of course the old school dancing games which supports up to two players to play simultaneously and allows real-time competition. You know -  dance with the beat, following the steps on the screen and have fun.

Arctic Gym Gaming Mat

Features:

  • Includes over 80 exercises and games
  • Dancing challenge
  • Athletic workout
  • Jogging / cross country training
  • Yoga postures
  • Muscle workout
  • Aerobic steps
  • Arcade games
  • 32-bit high 3D resolution
  • Easy installation – just plug and play, no additional gaming system require

The ARCTIC GYM is available now with  MSRP of US$86.90 / 59.90€, excl.VAT.

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