"Well, kinked hoops can happen for a variety of reasons out of their control - especially things like breaks, reversals, and (missed) jumps. It's usually some sort of trauma to the hoop like a high impact hit or landing on it accidentally when…"
"Try boiling a pot of water then holding the tubing where it is kinked over the steam to heat it until its soft. Use a pair of pliers and squeeze the kink back into a round shape. I have done this before and fixed kinks before, im guessing your hoop…"
"well.. i just got a reply from moodhoops and it'll be $30 for them to re-tube it. $30 that i don't have. haha. this definitely sucks and i don't understand why bent tubing isn't covered in the warranty. :(!!!!!!!!!!!!"
"in the heat when hoops kink you hoop regular on the waist with them for about ten minutes and set it flat. so maybe hoop and set it flat, and has it been stored leaning up against the wall, my moodhoop started to shape funny so i…"
"how big is your hoop & what size tubing did you get? sometimes hoops can kink when you're hooping too hard with them (especially with reversals/breaks). i'm not sure there's a fix for it. you could try to add some clear packing…"
ok, so i bought a moodhoop which was quite expensive recently. i've had this hoop for about a month or two. i was hooping today and i have no idea how but my hoop kinked in two different places. is there any way i can fix this? for some reason i guess kinked and bent hoop tubing isn't covered by their warrenty because of people bending or kinking them when they're trying to coil them down. (which is definitely not what happened here, i'm not a dummy.) anyways, SOMEONE HELP PLEASEEE! how do i…See More
"The first trick I learned (after waist hooping) was chest hooping (is that technically a trick?). I learned the vortex after that. I'm not entirely sure there is a definite name for this move, but I've heard it referred to as…"
"Does lifting from waist into lasso count a a trick? That's the first thing I learned to do besides hooping at the waist. My favorite trick overall is a tie between the shoulder duck out and the behind the back elbow pass."
"Fun topic! I finally worked up the nerve to take a video of myself practicing. Earlier today when I was outside I got down the shoulder duck-out. I decided to get my husband to take a video of me practicing. Between him making a face at the camera,…"