Fortnite fever is showing no signs of slowing down as the craze continues to sweep Britain.
Over the last few months, parents have been despairing over the fad.
Many have complained that it has sparked a rise in gaming addiction, especially among young people.
Despite this, some health experts believe Fortnite could actually help kids to get fit and healthy.
The Floss, Wiggle and Infinite Dab are among the dance moves you can spot on the game.
The moves have also been made famous by reality TV stars, athletes and models.
England footballers Dele Alli and Jesse Lingard are among those who enjoy getting their geeks on after scoring goals.
The moves have proven so popular that some schools have banned kids from performing them in classrooms.
But while some are discouraging children from following the trend, others think engaging them in the exercise is a good thing.
Emote Royale is a fitness class dedicated to Fortnite dancing.
The lesson shows kids how to master 12 different moves from the game, from the Hype to the Flapper.
Fitness fans hope that the sessions will encourage kids to be more active and help tackle obesity.
After BBC Radio Bristol shared a clip from one of the lessons, it received very mixed responses.
Some parents thought that the Fortnite fitness craze was pure genius.
One Twitter user wrote: “They’re exercising, they’re having fun? My sons would love it!”
A second said: “This is a good idea for P.E. lessons.”
A third added: “It’s getting kids active and fit and dancing using a game they like.”
Despite the positive reaction, some hope the fad will die out completely.
One commenter remarked: “I feel like we are no longer on Earth, but hell.”
Another said: “Some things are better said than done. This was a terrible idea said and done.”
A third asked: “What has the world come to?”