"Hey Natalia, I have a 4 month old and did a whole lot of hooping during my pregnancy. I tought classes through my 4th month and by my 5th month I had put down my fire hoop for the rst of my pregnancy. I only did it a few time while pregnant and…"
"I talked to my doctor about this - and basically, if it hurts, don't do it.
If you are not high risk, you should be fine - it is not actually traumatic to the baby at all, and most times, once you get bigger, you aren't actually hooping…"
"I just recently went through this.... from what I found online any physical activity you were doing prior to becoming pregnant you can still do while pregnant assuming you are not high risk or anything. My hoop is 3/4 inch 160 PSI and I hooped with…"
"I only wish I'd had my hoops when I was pregnant (a long time ago-- my twins are 23!!)
But there are several Hoop Citizens who've hooped through their pregnancies.
Here's a recent vid that should inspire…"
"i kept hooping with my bump until about 6mths, then i got to big and awkward, i still can hoop but all that relaxin has made my hip joints funny. Now i try to keep it off the body or practicing kick starts and leg hooping which i am awesome at…"
"I don't really have any more resources for you, but I was wondering, what makes the difference between a pregnancy hoop and a regular one? I mean, it makes sense that it'd be lighter and bigger, but is there anything about it that makes…"
Hey everyone! So I am "with child" and very excited. When I found out, I purchased a pregnancy hoop from Hoopnotica, but aside from that haven't been very successful in finding resources for prenatal hooping. Should I just stick to practicing off the body tricks and keeping it off of the baby bump? I was fire and LED hooping as well and have been asked to do some performances but have been hesitant because I'm worried about how audiences will take to a pregnant hooper. My trick arsenal is…See More