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3m High Speed Aerobic Steel Wire jump Rope

$12.99

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Rope skipping can promote the heat function into the better one.

Makes your Cardiovascular more and more strong and healthy.

Rope skipping can not only makes your muscle more and more seed

But also can eliminate the fatness of your arm and your leg,

Makes your body more and more beautiful.

In order to make your action quickly and make your body’s gravity steadily.

If you want to lose your weight,you can combine your rope skipping and decide your

Suitable eating,then you will succeed in losing weight and your weight will be more and

More steady.

In addition,aerobics exercise can recover your body power.

 

Color:5 Colors,choose the color you like

Size:Handle length:14cm

Rope length:3m

Material:Steel Wire + PVC+PP

Specifications:

Rope skipping can promote the heat function into the better one.

Makes your Cardiovascular more and more strong and healthy.

Rope skipping can not only makes your muscle more and more seed

But also can eliminate the fatness of your arm and your leg,

Makes your body more and more beautiful.

Package Included:

1 x 3M skipping rope

Notes:

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