It’s Baila’s first hooping video. In fact it’s her first attempt at hooping. She lives in Lawrence, Kansas.
Monthly Archive: March 2009
He’s hooping at Venice Beach in California. Photo by Willie Stark.
This week’s hoop track comes to us from Elisabeth and it’s by Juvelen. She says, “I love Hooping, but I love hooping even more when I hoop to Juvelen.” Our track of the week...
On Survivor Philippines, sixteen castaways were sent to a remote island for thirty-nine days of grueling challenges and the chance to become the very first Pinoy sole Survivor. While each of the Castaways were...
Sharna Rose in Maidstone, England, demonstrates an elbow pass move while hooping with twins.
Nikkie hoop dancing at the Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater near Denver, Colorado. Soundtrack: “Supreme Illusion (Nikodemus Remix)” by Thievery Corporation (on iTunes).
Alaskan Amy is back with a variation on The Illusion that’s pretty impressive! Remember to stretch first and have plenty of room for this move or you could hurt yourself.
Rich Porter, who turned 28 yesterday, is a San Francisco based hooper who caught the hooping bug in San Luis Obispo, California. A designer at Sagan Piechota Architecture, his life was nearly exclusively focused...
Mona Qaddoumi blows us away with this one. She lives in Burlington, Vermont. Soundtrack: “Crumblenaut” by Younger Brother (on iTunes).
A great shot of kids hooping in New York City’s Central Park. Photo by Edward Sudentas.
Mary Neil writes for the Gaston Gazette, “I have long heard that the senior years are really your second childhood. Until I actually got here, I had no clue. Years ago when I looked...
Nicole Foote hoops at Stillwater at Crittenden in Australia.
In the music video for “Backwoods Barbie” by Dolly Parton, the country music artist has an encounter on the street with Jamie and Keaton from Hoopnotica.
Sugar Magnolia hoop dances on St. Patrick’s Day in Waterford, Michigan.
A shot of Leia hooping from above. Photo by Kris.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports, “When James Abele tells people he enjoys hooping, they often respond with, ‘Isn’t that for kids?’ or ‘Isn’t that for girls?’ But Abele, an Internet consultant who lives in Little...