Welcome to Perfect Chaos. My name is Stacie D. Wyatt. I am a published poet and writer. I review books and products. I also host giveaways.
I also have two kids: 15years old and a 4 year old. My oldest is Autistic/ADHD and my youngest is global developmentally delayed with autism, sensory processing disorder, creatine deficiencies, and static encephalopathy.
I enjoy writing about the ups and downs of parenting two differently-abled children.
The video first focused on stretching. You stretched your arms, hips, and waist. You learned how to shoulder shake, as seen in traditional Latin dances. You learn to count. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7. I believe you pause on 4 and 8. The warm ups and stretching for me took a good 15-20 minutes. The stretches were not hard as expected. I was able to move and follow along with the instructors.
Then, the instructors start the Salsa Dancing. The first movement is an up down movement and the second is a side movement. These are the beginning movements. The video also has sections for intermediate and more advanced users (not me). I struggled with both the up down and side movements. I couldn't figure out the shift weight movements, but I still had fun trying. The stretches and beginning exercises are low impact. I am not there yet to try more intermediate and advanced routines. I am trying to count the steps on top of learning which step to take with each count without losing focus.
You can purchase Salsa Dance Workout on Amazon. The product is prime-eligible.