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Kimberly Parker

Kimberly Parker

Kimberly Parker has found her hoop bliss in this great Memorial Day photo by Gary Parker. More shots over here. They live in San Jose, California, USA.

Hooping Helps Us Find Our Center

Personal fitness trainer and blogger Tina Reale recently shared a story she encountered that has stuck with her like glue, and we can see why. “It had been a frustrating day of too many responsibilities and not enough of me…

It’s Not You, It’s Your Hula Hoop

Jess Wagstrom of Jess Hoops explains, “So you think you can’t hula hoop anymore? Chances are, it’s not you, it’s your hula hoop!” Those incredibly wise words kick things off and from there she proceeds to break it all down…

Hula Hooping and Prayer

Rick Hamlin, executive editor of Guideposts magazine, a Christian faith-based non-profit organization founded in 1945, thinks prayer is like hula hooping. He writes, “A lot of things you pray for can seem impossible. You work at it, you get frustrated,…

Making Your Own Hula Hoop Chandelier

Got an old hoop laying around you’re not going to be doing anything with or one that you cut wrong that wasn’t the right size? Why not reuse, recycle and repurpose it and turn it into something useful – like…

Act Like You Have It

When people tell us they can’t hoop, they’re often right. If they believe they can’t, it’s often a self fulfilling prophecy. One of the first steps towards learning to hoop or finding that flow or nailing that move that has…

A Social Experiment in Public Hooping

Ayo had an idea for a cool social experiment in public hooping. Ayo writes, “Could I use signs to break down social barriers and bring happiness to strangers? Upon Yair’s encouragement, I created, colored and laminated four signs: 1) Join…

Hula Hoop Your Way To a Fitter You

Michelle Escobar at Hello Giggles writes, “Let me start off by saying I’m not a very active person. I’m in my 20s and my day off includes lying in my bed for three hours with my laptop on my stomach…