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Hoop for 100 Days Challenge

If you want to conquer a 100 day hooping challenge, this is the place to be! This is a group for individuals who want to get involved with a long-term hooping workout. Whether it is for health reasons, weight loss, or just to evolve your hooping skills, a consistent practice will transform you! Feel free to share your current progress, your goals, or post a routine you'd like to try out.

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Latest Activity: Aug 20

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My 100 day Curriculum - xposted from Hoopfor100.blogspot

Started by Shannon "Inertia" Sealey. Last reply by Maya Pollock Jan 10. 4 Replies

In case you need some direction for your 100 day challenge, you can try out this curriculum I made for myself!:------------------------------------- Week 1: LEGS Homework: Look up 3 video tutorials… 

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Introduction Thread

Started by Shannon "Inertia" Sealey Apr 10, 2013. 0 Replies

Hello to all curious about the 100-Day Hooping Challenge. What sets the difference between a dream and a goal? A Timeline! Stay dedicated to your hooping challenge and enjoy the benefits of your… 

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Tips to Hooping Every Day

Started by Shannon "Inertia" Sealey. Last reply by Cindi Overstreet Aug 20, 2012. 2 Replies

A challenge can present itself with struggles which creativity to overcome. Whether you are using the curriculum I have posted on my… 

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Comment by Cheez Hoops on August 20, 2014 at 4:20pm

Hi Beth. I haven't seen any new posts in a while but if you need a little guidance the discussion at the top of the page has a layout of how you can do the challenge day by day! I just always try to hoop everyday, whether its practicing a move or just dancing to a great song!!

I should start this again too! :)

Comment by Beth M on August 20, 2014 at 6:17am

Is this group still active? I am starting the 100 day hooping challenge today. But I'm not sure where to start. 


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Comment by Em on January 19, 2014 at 7:00am

This is the first of your videos I've seen, I think. Your isolations are awesome! I loved the one that you did at around 50ish seconds, where you were doing a bit of a back bend and framed by the hoop. So cool and I don't think I've seen it before. 

You've definitely inspired me to get up and hoop today. :)

Comment by Shannon "Inertia" Sealey on January 18, 2014 at 9:41pm

I started another 100 days on January 1st, with the focus of NOT copying other moves. I wanted to listen to my body. This is the result thus far, as well as my submission for 2014 curvy challenge: http://youtu.be/f92FYCu9nHQ

Comment by Shannon "Inertia" Sealey on November 15, 2013 at 2:47pm

Starting Another 100 days Monday! I have been hooping every other day but I'm getting stuck in that same rut of doing the same tricks and I'm ready to grow beyond it once again. I did learn a lot of great things at Hoopcamp but I want to integrate them more into my muscle memory. Who is with me??!

Comment by Cindi Overstreet on August 22, 2013 at 10:03pm

I am so excited. I wanted to tell someone and people that aren't hoopers don't get it, but I finally figured out breaks when waist hooping and how to catch the hoop to reverse the direction as well as getting the hoop off into a lasso and back on again! I want to learn Baxter's paddle breaks so badly now. I haven't figured out knee hooping or chest hooping yet, but there is sooo much to learn and never enough time or energy. I spend from 30 minutes (on days I have to work) up to 2 hours hooping every day but only do 25-30 min at a time in the summer heat. I break it into 3 or 4 sessions a few hours apart. I'd hoop in the house but I tried that and it is dangerous for my breakables as well as just much easier outside without limitations and walls. I have been hooping for a year now and until last month I kept it at waist hooping not thinking I could actually learn any real hoop moves and now I am doing them! YAY ME! Thanks for listening hoop friends!


Student
Comment by Nicole Dallimore on June 14, 2013 at 9:15pm

today is my first day of my 100 day challenge! 

Comment by Miz. Unduli * on June 5, 2013 at 7:35pm

So my goal for the 100 hoop day challenge is to hoop everyday for at least 30 minutes a day. I fell in love with hooping in 2010 and even though I have not hooped for all three years it has always been in my heart. I can't adequately articulate how hooping has changed my life and how it has changed me. I know some people are thinking "Hooping really hooping changed you life?" Yes, really hooping did change my life.

When I found hooping I was not in a good place my grandmother had just passed away after having Alzheimer's for about 15 years. Then my brother was hit by a car, luckily he was ok. And then the straw that broke the camels back my dog Viggo was killed by a car. I was so sad then I found hooping and it made me happy. My grandma would have loved it,she would be showing me up.

I now have two kids and they love it. My daughter hoops right along with me. My kids and hooping have changed my life. So my goal for this is to hoop 30 minutes a day as a way to sane in our crazy world. I definitely notice a change in my patience level when I don't hoop that day. Hooping makes me calmer and not a a crazy witch. And also after having two kids I have gained some weight so it would nice to loose that extra weight.

Sorry for the long explanation. So that is my goal hoop to sane and get my curves back. Good luck with your challenge and happy hooping.


Student
Comment by Em on May 25, 2013 at 8:34pm

Counting today as my first day, I'll finish Sept 2, 2013...a few days after fall semester starts up again. My own goal is just to pick up my hoop every day, even if it's just literally picking it up and putting it down again. I know that my own physical limitations will preclude seriously rocking out the way I did tonight (alright, it was mostly very enthusiastic waist hooping to some excellent music). I want to set my self up for success while also keeping the feel for the hoop in my hands and maintain the discipline of coming back to the hoop again and again.

Comment by Shannon "Inertia" Sealey on April 17, 2013 at 9:32am

okay, now I'm on arms week and I can't find anything superb out there for tricks. I did the behind the back reverse weave but would like to find more. Time to go youtubing!

 

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