Hey Hoopers! Let’s countdown our top ten most buzz worthy posts of the week (as based on reader response)! Maybe you were in a spin and couldn’t stay on top of it all this week, but don’t worry. We’re going to recap the things you won’t want to have missed. We are starting off at number ten and we’ll be working our way up to the number one spot of the week. Here’s Hooping.org’s Top Ten List for the week of October 21st – 27th, 2012.
10: We begin this week with Parker and his six-foot-tall fire hoop. Size does matter: The Six Foot Tall 12 Wick Fire Hoop (61 Points).
9: Coming in at number 9 this week is the first tutorial we’ve seen for hoopers in ASL: Hooping Tutorial in American Sign Language (63 Points).
8: One of the best hooping television segments we’ve ever seen spins in at number 8. You may not understand Japanese, but the language of the hoop and the heart is universal: Two Women Get Hooping Help on Night Scoop in Japan (68 Points).
7: At number 7 this week Shea shares her five Cold Weather Hooping Tips (69 Points). Is it cold outside? Then let’s hoop!
6: A photo of Philo rolled in from Hollywood: Hollywood Hooper (72 Points).
5: With only 1.5 months left until World Hoop Day, we shared Your World Hoop Day 2012 Planning Guide so you can make it happen (88 Points).
4: Our top photo of the week was this awesome shot of Rebecca: Hooping With a Broken Hand (89 Points).
3: People got very excited about Shape Magazine Ranking Hooping as a Top Ten Celebrity Workout (94 Points).
2. Lara’s column this week was all about The Family That Hoops Together and it made a whole lot of people happy (104 Points).
1. And at number one we have a most awesome music video by hoopers and the story behind it: Hooping Lights Up Uncle Larry’s Chandelier (115 Points).
That’s our Top Ten List for this week, so if you see something you appreciate here or anywhere online, remember that it only takes a second to “Like” it or leave a comment and share the hoop love! Yay! Every “Like” or comment is worth a point in calculating our Top Ten, so until next time you can follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and Tumblr and our community forums are open, as always. Happy hooping everybody!