The DVD has a main menu with options to play the chapters or the step guide. When you select chapters there is a sub-menu that lists a warm-up, cool-down and each of the three dance segments separately.
The Warm-Up is 5 minutes. Galardi starts out with an out-out, in-in step. Then she stands in place for isolation of various body parts including the neck, shoulders, chest, waist and hips. She also a heel-knee step and a few dynamic stretches to finish it.
The Old School section is just over ten minutes. These are the dance moves I remember from my youth. I like this one. It's got the Cabbage Patch and the Roger Rabbit. Next she does just over ten minutes of the Hip Hop House. This one is harder for me to catch on to. The House Hop is a fairly simple heel-side knee move but then she goes into the Glide, Sweep and Slide. The final two combinations are a lot of fun with a high knee and opposite arm punch and then a standing crunch with heel push.
Then the Video Jam section lasts about ten minutes. It is done at a slower pace. There is a move in this sequence called the stroll. You have to twist your food on the ground which is hard to do in my living room with the carpet. I wasn't much of a fan of this section.
Finally the cool down is 5 minutes. Galardi gets you doing side stretches and then she performs pelvic scoops, upper body circles, shoulder stretches, triceps stretches and chest stretches. For the lower body we do a forward bend and lunge that stretches the hip flexors.
Jennifer Galardi is an excellent instructor. Her cues are clear and her instructions are super easy to follow. I will keep this workout in my rotation and work on getting better at the dance moves. I can tell that this workout will feel more like fun and less like working out the better I get at the moves.
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