Do you feel like working on some twin hooping skills? Great, because we’ve got a new tutorial to share with you that is going to do just that. Emma Kenna of Hooping Mad is here to teach all of us…
Bringing us another leg hooping tutorial is none other than Deanne Love of Hooplovers and she is here to show us a nifty trick she calls the “Kick Out Step Through.” Our 2014 Hoopie Award winning Instructor of the Year really has an amazing ability for explaining difficult moves and this one is no exception. She lives in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Lars Carlson brings us this fabulous twin hooping tutorial for the “Forward Behind the Back Three Beat Weave”, coming to us from the Land of 10,000 Lakes. “Take it slow as it’s physically demanding and does take a while to build up the specific flexibility for,” Lars says when discussing this epic weave. He’s been working on it for six months. He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, and the soundtrack is “Basin Dub” by 2562 which can be purchased over on iTunes.
Lee Jeffries, otherwise known as Spaz, is here to teach us the infamous Crossers Weave, also known as the Hug Weave. This move is great to add to your twin hooping flow and Lee even provides us with a variety of starting points only using one hand. Then he breaks the move down into quadrants in order to really feel out the move. Nicely done! Lee is from Pensacola, Florida, USA.
Carron McCabe is here to teach us how to do something she calls the “Floor Smear” and in this tutorial she breaks down this nifty trick that is a great simple move to add to any hooping repertoire. Beginning near your legs, this trick is similar to the smear we know and love, only it focuses on manipulating the hoop around our legs. Carron lives in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada.