The second thing I love about this poster is how it illustrates the way your neck moves. Move your head in a circular pivot, but not completely around in a circle, and not while expelling split pea soup from your mouth. It warns against getting injured during workout, which is nice of them to say as you're crashing your weight down on a thin piece of plastic without wearing shoes.
There's a handful of cheaper Get in Shape Girl sets you can buy. They each come with the worst CD ever made. It sounds like they were all written by 10 year old prima donnas chained to pianos and deprived of food and water until they wrote something vaguely representing music. It's a lot of synthesized melodies and "Woo hoo! Sit-ups are fun!" for about 15 minutes. Girls today are gonna break that shit in half and pump iron to the Kidz Bop version of "My Humps."
The Jump and Jive set is your best bet, because above everything else it comes with wristbands. These wristbands are way cooler than any shit you can dig up at Hot Topic. They're colorful, they're retro, and you don't have to worry about encountering 50 other wannabe's with the same one. In fact, one wristband alone is probably worth $6. Wristbands are the new snap bracelets.
I think Get in Shape Girl really deserved another run, and it appears it was a rather good one. I witnessed a ton of Cheerleader sets sell out at my local Wal-Mart in about a week's time. It's got a certain amount of longevity to it, much like pretend girl make-over kits and walking toy puppies. It's nice to see little girls acting like little girls and not playing with Skanky McBratz Blinged Out Botox and Collagen Kit.