Bindi KidFitness with Steve Irwin and the Crocmen
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(Dec 26, 2006)
NTSC/Region 0. From her jungle tree house, BINDI IRWIN introduces her BINDI KIDFITNESS program with the help of her famous dad Steve Irwin, mum Terri and wildlife warriors THE CROCMEN. With 9 fantastic new songs, Bindi and The Crocmen demonstrate a series of aerobic style dances, each one designed specifically around various wild animal behaviour, while her dad Steve helps cook up a disaster of healthy snacks. Bindi gets to suggest lots of healthy exercises and teach kids some great facts about her favourite wild animals all packed with a powerful, healthy punch. Packaged in a DVD Amray Case with bonus CD.
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1. Bindi introduces each performance with a few fun facts about an animal that the song talks about.
2. Bindi and the Crocmen peform the song in a nice studio setting (Steve and Terri play some instruments). Each song has moves to go with it so that kids can exercise along. Since the songs are about animals, the moves also go along with how animals move. There are 9 songs total (the crocmen, eagles, elephants, hippos, monkeys, tigers, kangaroos, cheetas, and snakes). The tunes are catchy and fun (also included on a separate CD; the words for all songs are included in the accompanying booklet).
3. Bindi introduces other fun exercises that kids can do outdoors. She demonstrates these exercises briefly with her dad. Steve is always silly in these and the kids love it.
4. Cooking with Steve and Bindi - they show how to make healthy snacks. Again, it is kind of a silly segment, but the kids like this also. The recipes are for real though, and are included in the accompanying booklet.
I definitely enjoy watching this DVD with my little niece and nephew. Bindi is a natural in front of the camera. It's really great to see her having fun with her dad on this DVD. She also does an excellent job getting a number of important messages across to other children.
It looks like there has been some confusion and concern about this DVD not working in U.S. players. This is only the case if you get the PAL version. Make sure you order the NTSC version and it should work just fine (the same applies to Canada). Customers from European countries or Australia should get the PAL version. It looks like Amazon is selling the NTSC format (even though some sellers from Australia have mistakenly sent the wrong version). Also, this DVD is region free, so you only need to pay attention to the NTSC format and don't need to worry about regions.