Osteoporosis Tutorials

This is a new series of hooping tutorials for people with osteoporosis.  They are designed to help strengthen your hips and legs while learning an advanced hoop move.  Each tutorial will build on the previous one until you reach the final video and have learned the move.  It is advisable to only continue to the next video if you are comfortable doing everything to that point.  As with any exercise, you should consult a Dr. before attempting these videos.  We will start with a move called the “Twin Revolving Door.”

Even if you don’t have osteoporosis you can benefit by learning an advanced move.  We will learn the move  by using lots of hoop exercises to strengthen hips and help with balance.

If you would like to read more about my experience with osteoporosis, go to the Profile tab at the top of this page.  There is also a “Hooping Interview” video that tells a little bit about the osteoporosis.

Twin Revolving Door Part 1 – Leg Hooping

Twin Revolving Door Part 2 – One Leg Hooping

Twin Revolving Door Part 3 – Lifting leg in and out of hoop

Twin Revolving Door Tutorial Part 4 – Finishing with the 2nd Leg

Twin Revolving Door Tutorial Part 5 – Adding the 2nd Hoop

Waist Hooping Tutorial

61 Responses to Osteoporosis Tutorials

  1. Christine says:

    Hi there!

    I love that you use hooping to help with your osteoporosis. I have rheumatoid arthritis and hooping is my latest and greatest discovery in feeling well! Thank you for this website! Happy Hooping!

    • Pam says:

      I have had quite a few people tell me that hooping has helped their rheumatoid arthritis. I’m so happy you have found something that helps you feel better 🙂

  2. Stacey says:

    I am so grateful for your site and your tutorials! I am a beginner hooper and some moves are not explained as well in DVD’s as in your videos. I have MS and never really thought about how the act of hooping helps with coordination and balance. Seeing your success with using the movements to help osteoporosis is wonderful! Thank you again for sharing your journey 🙂

    • Pam says:

      So glad to hear from you. I hope that you have much success with the hooping. I would be interested in hearing if it is improving your MS. If you have any questions on the videos let me know. Please stay in touch.

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