JJ Hula, otherwise known as James Frederickson, returns to hooping.org with an awesome new hooping tutorial and he tackles the difficult to master knee and thigh breaks, with some added transitions for those who like to take on even more of a challenge. In this tutorial, JJ clearly breaks down the timing with helpful visuals on the screen to help make this move accessible to you. He lives in Fairfax, Virginia, USA, and the soundtrack for this video is called “#1 Your House is Dirty” by Royalty Free House Music Kings, which you can add to your collection quite easily over on iTunes.
JJ Hula, aka James Frederickson, is back with a new hoop dance video that is sure to put a spring in your step and a grin on your face. He serves it up fresh and flirty for our enjoyment with a little bit of everything, even some rather amazing hair hooping. Yes, he’s hooping with his hair again. JJ Hula hails from the great state of Virginia, USA, and his soundtrack for this little marvel is “You’re Mine” by Mariah Carey, and it’s available for you to get a copy of for yourself as well on iTunes.
Hey Hoopers! It’s that time again, time for our weekly Top Ten List where we count down the top ten most buzz worthy posts of the past week, as based on reader response. What was hot in the hoopershpere this go around? It’s time to find out! Here’s Hooping.org’s Top Ten List for January 22nd – 28th, 2014.
10. This photo of Sati Flow and her LED hoop spun up some beautiful colors (111 Points).
9. We got a hooping tour of Colorado when Stevie took us from Pikes Peak to the Garden of the Gods: Stevie McDole Spins Colorado (128 Points).
8. Philo shared how to bring more joy into your hooping life with Shoshin Hooping (147 Points).
7. JJ Hula hooped for the applause – and got it! JJ Hula Hoops For the Applause with JJ Hula (189 Points).
6. Kassandra’s well done tutorial proved popular: Double Wrap Escalator Tutorial with Kassandra Morrison (200 Points).
5. This photo of Pamela Crawford at In Depth Hawaii racked it up (235 Points).
4. And this photo of Marley Jade did as well (296 Points).
3. While this fun shot of Lauren Coakley proved to be out top pic of the week (341 Points).
2. Coming it at number two was our annual nod to those that just missed nominations, crowd pleasures and a few personal favorites: 2014 Hoopie Award Honorable Mentions (430 Points).
1. And number one with a bullet was the announcement of the nominees in our 7th Annual Hoopie Awards and the big vote: Hoopie Awards 2014: Rock The Vote (4,670 Points).
TOP 5 Videos:
1. Double Wrap Escalator Tutorial with Kassandra Morrison (200 Points)
2. JJ Hula Hoops For the Applause with JJ Hula (189 Points)
3. Stevie McDole Spins Colorado (128 Points)
4. Daniela Hoop (98 Points)
5. Jordan Robbins (96 Points)
That’s our Top Ten List and Top 5’s for this week and remember if you see something you appreciate here (or on any of our social networking sites), it only takes a second to “Like” it or leave a comment and share the hoop love, and you get to make someone’s day while you’re at it. YAY! Each like, share, note or comment is worth a point in calculating our weekly Top Ten. And with that, we invite you to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, Pinterest and Tumblr if you’re not already doing so and we hope you had a very happy hooping weekend everybody!
JJ Hula, aka James Frederickson, has been laying low for awhile, but he’s back with a new video highlighting his favorite hooping moments from the past 3 years. Included are clips from performances, practices, and unreleased projects that truly show off his passion for hoop dance. He says, “With this magical toy, I have felt true love. Before my first, freshly taped hula hoop rolled into my life, there had never been a physical activity that captivated me!” JJ is from Virginia, USA, and his soundtrack here is “Applause” by Lady Gaga. Its available on iTunes.
What’s better on a hot summer day than spending some quality time with your hoop and a frosty beverage? JJ Hula, aka James Fredrickson, scores himself a Frappuccino and takes us out for a big spin – or as he is calling it, some “FLURTY FRAPPUCHINO FLOOOOHHHHHHH.” He lives in Virginia, USA, and the soundtrack for this is a track called “Goodies” by Ciara featuring Petey Pablo and if you want to snag a copy of it for your very own you can do so on iTunes.