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ANNEMARGO Posts: 450
6/14/13 4:16 P

It's actually pretty simple to make your own--you can google instructions on the web--and the materials are relatively cheap and very easy to find. My church fitness group made a bunch of them at one of our meetings. Great fun! I'd suggest that rather than the children's toys.

CHELLE2610 SparkPoints: (1,265)
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6/14/13 2:52 P

I wouldn't mind trying hula hooping, but my hips won't cooperate. I tried the weighted hula hoop from a friend and the blasted thing just rolled around my generous sized hips and dropped to the ground.

ROBBIEY SparkPoints: (120,215)
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6/14/13 2:26 P

You don't need one, but for fitness the weighted hula hoop is great.
You can burn 100 calories in 15 minutes if you keep it moving.
I do if from time to time when I am watching television.

THECLASSICKAT SparkPoints: (10,684)
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6/14/13 2:21 P

Do you need the weighted ones? There so darn expensive
can you use the child ones?

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