This is the answer for getting out of the BTB Spins.
Yes, it’s very difficult.
Help with the Twins Turns 🙂
Thank you to Urska for verbally expressing the way I’ve felt my entire life. I am honored to be part of her video.
Please share this video with everyone you know. We want to bring hope to all of the people who feel the same way we do. We are the ones in the back of the class who are too embarrassed to try because we are not the swans. I was born clumsy and no matter how many hoop skills I learn, the clumsiness will never go away. It will be with me as long as I live and people will continue to make fun of me, because they don’t understand that clumsiness is part of who I am. At 61 years old, I have finally discovered who I am and, perhaps more importantly, who I am not. I am not, nor will I ever be an elegant, graceful swan. I am Hoopdeedoo, the happy hooper, bubbling over with joy. When you see me hooping in person, you will see my hoops flying everywhere. This only adds to my joy, because I know I have conquered the clumsiness … not by getting rid of it to become “perfect,” but by embracing it as part of who I am … an imperfect person full of joy. For me, hooping is all about the joy. It is a joy that God poured into me when he gave me the gift of hooping. It is a joy that I want to spread to everyone. It is a joy that has become my strength.
One more fun trick from Hoopdeedoo 🙂
Such a lovely video of Mar Git from Germany.
Check out her elbow hooping and Thread the Needle skills at 1:24. Thanks so much for sharing this video, Mar Git … and for dedicating it to me. You have been an inspiration to me.
Check out Lea’s video below. She has learned so much in such a short time.
I made my first video today. I set a goal to learn doubles for my August 30/30 challenge. I’m still learning and figuring out how to transition into moves….but, with a little practice I have made improvement. Thank you to hoopdeedo for the helpful tutorials. You are an excellent teacher and you keep me motivated 😉
This is only two weeks into practice with doubles. Short and sweet but getting the hang of it. Now I have added the windmill, thread the needle, reverse chase weave (still wonky on the left side) and am currently working on the direction changes. I’m starting to notice how to put all of these things together.
What does it look like when you put all the tricks together ??????
More Hooping Tricks !!!