Have you ever wished your hoop would stick better to your body? Do you long for more grip? It certainly would help in leg, hip and chest/shoulder hooping, RIGHT? Some of you might even need it for waist hooping.
I have a tip…but I discovered it in a funny way and IT actually WORKS!
When learning more “on body” hooping, you want to give yourself as much advantage as possible. Adding adhesive will definitely help! The right size hoop AND the right WEIGHT, also are key. One of the best tips is to experiment with different sizes & weights, and now, you can also add some tape (applying it backwards, sticky side up, of course)! If all you have is a lint roller, then you can absolutely use it, plus you’ll have lovely, lint-free attire!
Speaking of attire, if you ARE working on these moves in hooping, be sure you are not wearing slippery fabrics, synthetics or nylon. Cotton & natural fabrics are absolutely the best for beginners, and in warmer times of the year, when our arms & legs aren’t covered as much, the skin-to-hoop factor is great for grip! Denim jeans are excellent for hip hooping and leg hooping and I will explain more about that in a future video. Bottom line, grip is groovy!
Obviously, there’s much more body-mechanics involved, so I’ll be back in January with some other tips for “on body” hooping, and by that, I mean, HOW TO HOOP OTHER PLACES ON THE TORSO BESIDES THE WAIST!
So, if you want to learn more about how to move the hoop up and down the torso, then sit tight…and be sure to sign up for email updates…I’ll be helping everyone out there get the hoop traveling up and down with more ease, but only my email community will get the biggest chunk of mojo from me!