Twins Turns Part 1

This tutorial is the first in a series of 4 videos on Twin Hoop Turns.  I am starting with a basic turn that is coming off a forward spin and then a reverse spin.  This is a long tutorial, because it is laying the foundation for more advanced turns in future videos.  Many of the moves in this video will be used in the advanced turns, so it is important to watch this video first.  This was requested by Shelley.

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7 Responses to Twins Turns Part 1

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  2. Shelley says:

    Thank you! I had a chance to view this one just now, and I appreciate it. I already had a handle on the basic forward turn, but it was good to review it and practice going both to the right and left. I have been struggling with turning while the hoops were going backwards, and your video is helping. You teach it much like Safire does, but with just a few little differences that are helpful. I’m going to work on the backwards turn and then move on to your next video. I really, really, really appreciate you making these for me! I’m sure they will help others as well! You’re the greatest! Happy Holidays!

    • Pam says:

      I’m glad you like the video. I enjoy making videos that people want to see. If you want to see the video in full screen, click on the play button. After the video starts, put your cursor on the screen of the video and right click. A menu will pop up. Scroll down to “Zoom” and another menu opens. Click on “Full Screen” at the top of the menu.

  3. Jen says:

    Hi Pam! I’m signed up for your Premium videos and oopsie..I’m way up at the top, still learning the basics, and thoroughly enjoying your tutorials and finding them easy to follow! I’m setting a goal for Feb to do a “little bit of HoopDeeDoo” every day! Carry on!

    • Pam says:

      I’m so glad you like the tutorials. Would love to have a video of you practicing the moves to post on the website 🙂

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  5. Kate King says:

    This is an excellent lesson Pam. Thank you for sharing it!

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