You're welcome, but I was informed that this is actually not an iso-pop either haha. Rich was kind enough to email me and inform me that I am actually demonstrating and instructing a Linear Isolation. :) Oh well. I got some more learning to do myself.
well, whatever it is called, its actually the move that i was trying to learn, so you done good girlie!
its too bad that there isnt a really good glossary of hooping moves. (at least i havent found one yet, maybe there is somewhere?) i know about the hooping dictionary on hoopcity, but it really doesnt have a whole lot. i wish that i knew more about what was what cuz id be happy to add things to it.
well good and thanks, at least we were on the same page. seems like this is the move a lot of people are trying to learn as an iso-pop - so yes you're right! I would have kept assuming that this was it, if I wasn't corrected. I am happy to know the difference though. I mean just in this discussion (and many I have read about iso pops before) - cat eyes, iso pops, iso breaks, linerar isolations = all confusing in trying to figure out which is which or has been mistaken for iso pop.
That sounds like a linear isolation to me. In an Isopop, when you break from isolation, your hand should be completely still. I do a lot of linear isolations in combinations with isopops so there's been confusion here. :)
Hi Gorgeous! I did a tutorial that may also help, let me know if you have more questions :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIQu7b7EAPI
I teach it releasing at 5:00 but you can also do it at 6:00 to get a completely different look ;)
From my understanding, what we all think of an "isopop" is really just one half of a horizontal cateye. It's the yo-yo like motion that pops out of an isolation. Instead of completing the horizontal cateye, i just pull it back into the isolation. I learned it from this tutorial, its really great. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lX3QtozNAE