Help me spread the word about the benefits of hooping for people with osteoporosis. This new series of tutorials will include hoop exercises to strengthen legs and improve balance for osteoporosis sufferers. It will culminate in learning the Twin Revolving Door move. Even if you don’t have osteoporosis, you will benefit from the exercises while learning a new advanced move.
Just thought I’d give everyone a break from Round 1. This is a move that uses 1 hoop, although, I’m trying different ways of doing it with 2 hoops. I’ll let you know if I come up with anything interesting.
I decided to start off with one of the hardest hitting rounds … including getting hit on the nose with the hoop. This is a very challenging tutorial with difficult combinations. Click on the Preview to see what the move looks like.
We had a blast making this video. It sets the stage for 52 weeks of fun as we all learn together. Learning new tricks makes me extremely happy … that’s what hooping is all about to me. Join me in the ring for 52 rounds with the hoop. Guaranteed to make you smile !!
Hooping is not just for kids. My goal is to spread the joy of hooping to everyone. If you want to try it and need instruction, you have come to the right place. Don’t worry if you couldn’t do it as a kid … neither could I. With bigger hoops you are assured of being successful. I’ll be posting 3 or more video tutorials every month for beginner and advanced. There will be pointers for people with osteoporosis on all the videos. Check out the video on How To Make a Hoop
The material posted on this site does not carry any specific or implied claim that it guarantees medical benefits. Contact a physician before engaging in any exercise activities. Any user of the instruction contained on this site assumes the full risk of injury resulting from performing the activities on this site.