This video definitely has some negatives to go along with quite a few positives. Here's a breakdown...
Segment 1: The only warm-up you get is about a minute of breathing and stretching. Tracey leads you through jacks, kicks, push-ups, one plyometric move, etc. She gets your heart-rate up and gives you only a few opportunities to bring it down.
Segment 2: This starts off with a few minutes of Tai Chi, which is not easy to follow, but relaxing. Then on to some kick-boxing: punches and kicks. At the end, Tracey grabs some light weights (she uses 3 lbs) and you do some arm exercises.
Segment 3: The first time around, I thought this segment was repeating the first. It isn't, but they're very similar. A cool-down consists of one move done at the end. No stretching.
The run-time of actual exercising is forty minutes.
Negatives: This video, as you would imagine, is extremely dated. (But, as I've said before, the outfits, the setting, the music should not stop you from doing a video.) Tracey is extremely young and her cuing is not great. She's also very annoying. I usually find her adorably chipper but here she's just annoying. But if this is her first video, I can forgive her. No explanation is given for the Tai Chi so you just follow along as best you can. The entire thing could benefit from a good warm-up and cool-down. Since the first and last segments are so similar, I can see getting bored with this video very quickly. I was bored the second time around.
Positives: My heart-rate went up and stayed up. I felt like I got a good workout, without getting killed in the process. This is not "a keeper" but if you're on Netflix and need a change for a week or so, try it out.
Bottom Line: A good, different, moderate cardio workout.