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Hooping tutorial: Stir the Pot

Sunday, March 25, 2012


Here is a tutorial I made for the spark team, Hula Hoop All-Stars.

This hoop is a waist size 125 PSI 1/2" hoop with gaffer and deco tape.
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  • SNOWANGELDIVA
    doing this again...oh gosh, almost took out the dog!
    2296 days ago
  • MOSTMOM1
    Cool! My hoop instructor taught us this a couple of weeks ago. I have a hard time doing it with my bigger hoops because my arms aren't long enough. I have to stick my bootie waaaay out. lol
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    2301 days ago
  • SNOWANGELDIVA
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    2303 days ago
  • ZIRCADIA
    OH THAT! :D hahahaha we (my teacher and therefore me to the people I taught) call that a bow. :) Corkscrews I've heard used to refer to doing a lift and back down and back up w/out going back on the body? If that makes sense? :) But anyway, great tutorial! Also I love your accent when you say "deadlift". "Like you're gonna do a deadlift?" :D hehehehe. Where are you from??? I grew up in Georgia, just moved from AL to VT, but I don't have a southern accent... but I miss hearing it all the time. "Let me tell you what!" ehehehe
    2304 days ago
  • BROOKRIVERS
    Thanks for the tutorial! Good to know that it's on youtube. It did play here on spark for me, too, though (thought you'd want to know).

    It really helps to have the move broken down like you do. I also like that you provided the size hoop under the video -- helpful tip and easy to find for future attempts.

    Okay -- let's see if I can actually pull this off . . .
    2304 days ago
  • DAIMERE
    It's spark. It will take a little bit. It's currently up on youtube though.
    2304 days ago
  • BRIDGIEEE
    I'm not sure if it is just my computer or not but the video never came up. It says "Hold on, your video is almost available".
    2304 days ago
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