Tiffany Hancock from Hooping Idol 5 is back with her celebration and creative tribute to Star Wars Day – “May the Fourth be with you!” Here she displays her amazing technique and adorable Star Wars cosplay costumes while she dances and enacts characters with her beautiful circles. Her imagination runs wild here, especially when she uses the “force” to call her hoop as Darth Vader. Tiffany is currently living in Misawa-shi, Aomori, Japan, and the soundtrack for this video is “Stars Wars” by Ookay. You can download your very own copy of it too over on SoundCloud.
Hitting the mark for his one year hoopiversary, Christopher Hawley, also known as Cosmic Chris, celebrates this special occasion by hooping at Sunset Park in Sedona. He rocks some awesome angles on his shoulders and chest with elegant movements, even when breaking in the other direction. He makes vertical chest hooping look like no effort at all too! Filmed by Kiana KikiMa Prema, Chris lives in West Sedona, Arizona, USA, and the soundtrack for this is called “Whistling in the Dark” by Phaeleh (featuring Augustus Ghost), and it can be added to your music collection quite easily over on iTunes.
Ashley Drumb is super psyched about the new type of personal flow she has unleashed with her reflective hoop in a recent practice session. This totally uncut video really showcases her skills within the circle too as she dances crisply and smoothly with her hoop. She’s on point from start to finish! Ashley lives in Detroit, Michigan, USA and her soundtrack for this one is “Toxic” by Yael Naim, which is available for you to download a copy of for your own collection on iTunes.
Mike Raus returns to hooping.org with a new hooping video thanks to the weather getting better where he lives. Warmer temperatures inspired him to get outside and flow and he’s definitely enjoying it as he dances with the sun shining brightly behind him. Mike lives in Hamilton, New Jersey, USA, and the soundtrack to this video is called “Saigon Stomp” by Andreilien, which can be added to your own music collection over on iTunes.
Hey, where are our socks? We lost them thanks to McKenzey Simper of Salt City Props. She’s defying gravity in this new video filmed by Wyatt Davis that shows off a plethora of her hooping, juggling and hoop balancing skills. From elbow and head balancing to several cool variations of juggling 3 hoops, where she really shines is her dynamic play with twins and multiple hoops. Don’t be surprised if you have to watch this one more than once. It’s that’s good. McKenzey lives in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, and the soundtrack for this is “When I’m Small” by Phantogram. It’s available for you to download on iTunes.