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I see I've gotten behind again with my journal entries. I got a little sidetracked on Week 5, Isolations, when I bought hoop supplies and made myself minis. I split my Week 5 Isolations on full size and mini's.
For full size isolations, I worked on hinge, bus driver and trying out the minis isolations from the Hoopnotica Minis disk: choo-choo and the basic isolation. Basic isolations, but they are a bit harder to execute well than it looks.
Then I was down for a week with…
I'm a little behind on my journal entries, so just a quickie about Week 2, which is about arms.
I didn't pick 3 skills to learn. Instead I worked on transitioning from horizontal to vertical hand hooping. This is the week I surprised myself and completed a Forward Vertical Weave and a Jump Through!
With these skills under my belt, I've ordered the Hoopnotica Level 4 (and minis...cuz it won't be long)
I am slowly getting shoulder hooping. Actually, I've got it…
I finished the first week of the 100 days of hooping, to mix a temporal metaphor and here are the results. When I hoop indoors, I use my Canyon Hoops 42" weighted hoop. When I hoop outdoors, I use my Hoopnotica Travel Hoop.
Legs. I worked mainly on knee hooping. Technically, it's upper thigh. The tricks I worked on:
1. thigh hooping. By the end of this week, my knee/thigh hooping has improved. I have been using the Hoopnotica two-leg method. I haven't got the hang of the…
Since my last post, I've added some new tricks, attended my first hoop jam, met some cool folks and hooped for almost 3 hours. Not full-tilt like I do for my daily workout, but it was a lot of fun trying out different hoops, tricks, and chatting about hooping and other spinning tricks.
The tricks I learned were primarily vertical plane stuff and I tried 2 minis. Unfortunately, not stuff I can do regularly in my daily workout, which I do in my living room.
In my wanderings…