Twins Turns Part 2

This tutorial is a continuation of Twins Turns Part 1.  If you haven’t seen Part 1, go back and watch it first. This is a variation on the basic forward turn.

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5 Responses to Twins Turns Part 2

  1. Shelley says:

    Hi, Pam! I finally got a chance to watch this, and I do have a comment – this is HARD! LOL! No, you’re tutorial is excellent, and my brain understands in theory what my fingers/hands/wrists/body are supposed to be doing, but for some reason it’s not communicating it to my body parts successfully! I guess it’s just a matter of continued practice and not giving into frustration! Will keep working on it, and if I don’t see some improvement, I’ll post a video for you to trouble shoot. Thank you again for these tutorials!

  2. Pam says:

    Hi Shelley,
    Been there, done that!! LOL It always helps me to try a different move for awhile and then come back to it later. Also, it helps me to go slow and take my time. It seems to lessen the amount of frustration. You’re right. It takes a lot of practice and sore muscles. I would love to see a video of you and help troubleshoot. Thanks for all your comments.

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  4. jenny says:

    We’re snowed in in Ottawa tonight, and I can do this w/my right hand, and I’m working on my left hand tonight. Slow and steady, lots of shoulder rotation with this one, and it looks so cool! can’t wait until my body memorizes it so I don’t have to think about it so much :O) Pan, how long have you been hooping? are you near Carrboro?

    • Pam says:

      Hi Jenny,
      I live in Pittsboro, which is about 15 minutes from Carrboro. I’ve been hooping for about 2 years and loving every minute of it.
      So glad you like the tutorials and thanks for subscribing to the videos. Send me a video of you doing one of the moves on my tutorials and I will post it on my website if you would like.

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