"I agree with what everyone else has said...if you want to slow down a polypro:
1. Use tape. The more tape you use, the more weight you are adding onto the hoop. Most people use gaffer's tape to tape hoops; however, others have been known to…"
"always keep your bigger hoops around! switching weights and sizes helped me slow down and clean up some of my tricks and transition work, that I was sloppy with my polypro. I have a few super heavy hoops that are 1' i still use to work on…"
Hi everyone! I have been using my polypro 34" for about 8 months now. I've definitely improved since I first switched over, but I still struggle with keeping the hoop under control. Does anyone have any tips on how to slow it down so that you are better able to do tricks? Thank you so much!!! I really appreciate it. See More
"Hello fellow Madison hooper! My friend Sarah makes polypro hoops and she lives in Madison. Her name on hoop city is Sarah Sparkles* Sparkle & Burn*. Have you ever been to the weekly hoop jam? There's one every Sunday at the Center…"
hello! I'm dying to try a polypro! but I don't trust myself to make one by myself. any tips on where i can buy/learn how to make one in madison wi? I've seen some on the web but with shipping it's so much and I'd love if this could be a local purchase. I'm so excited!! thanks for any advice you have on this! See More