yep, me too. I have no problem waist and chest hooping, but waist/knee is sooo hard. But I found a thread a while back that was very useful about twin hooping. Jane "Electric Blue" stated that when multi-hooping, you don't want to do a "side to side" or "front to back" motion with your hoops. You want to swing around in a circle with your hoops, and that's the best way to synchronize them. It sounds like the total opposite of what we've always learned hooping with one hoop, but with two hoops it's so much easier that way. After trying it this way, I can almost do it for a whole minute! hah. Also lasso up and then back to the waist while knee hooping is much easier than splitting it from the waist down. Anywho, that's the most useful tip I've ever found on multi hooping.
I agree! I usually end up bringing both hoops up into the double lasso, then drop one on my knees and the other on my chest. Then let for chest hoop drop to my waist. You can also take one hoop off body and jump into it to start leg hooping.
I ´havent t say more after that video (i´ve never seen before). Thats exatly that what i´m telling in my workshops.
Really important is that you make your body warm before starting. Its specially at the beginning really really important to hoop on each part of your body- then your brain learn to control each part alone and then multihooping is really easy because you must think about something.