Go Pro Hula Cams have been a big hit in hooping videos for a couple of years, although they usually feature the fetching lady types. Check out Benjamin Trundles’ unique spin on the Go Pro hula hoop video with his spectacular spaceship creation! Watching this will launch you into adventure following this little green vessel on it’s orbital path of the hoop encircling Benjamin’s body, and racing through the streets of London. Benjamin currently lives in Bristol, England, UK, and the soundtrack for this one is “Spaceship” – from the opera “Einstein on the Beach” by Philip Glass and you can find your copy over on iTunes.
Last year’s Hooping Idol 4 finalist Lisa Ellipse tears it up in her newest hoop dance video with a grungy flavor. She is here to enthrall you with her radical flow and cutting-edge multiple hoop tech, doing it all in an abandoned building without even breaking a sweat. Video by Jon Pitman. Lisa currently lives in London, England, UK, and the soundtrack for this is “Lights (Bassnectar Remix)” by Ellie Goulding and you can your copy of it over on iTunes.
Alice Rose, our 2014 Newbie Hooper of the Year, is back owith a sizzling fire hooping performance. She shows no fear as she flows with confidence, breaking, paddling, and rocking her fire hoop all around her body. It’s great to see her spinning stronger. She’s fierce and passionate, all while having fun. Video by Surrealflix. Alice is currently lives in London, England, UK, and the soundtrack for this is “Freedom” by Diego Torres ft. Charline, and it can be downloaded over on SoundCloud.
Emma Honess participated in what she called a “London Landmark Hula Hoop Challenge” to help raise money for a charity by the name of Restless Development, which aids children living in poverty in Africa and South Asia. Emma is full of smiles and has a great time hooping it up all over London. She says, “It went surprisingly well even if I did look a little crazy!” She lives in London, England, UK, and the soundtrack for this is the popular “Radioactive” by Imagine Dragons and you can download your own copy of it over on iTunes.
Alice Rose hit the hooping scene last year and became our 2014 Newbie Hooper of the Year. At 20 months she’s still going strong and her progress remains awesome to watch. In fact, this is full of good stuff – check out those escalators – and when she cranks her hoop dance jam up around 1:45, the end result is purely electric. Alice lives in London, England, UK, and the soundtrack to this is “Too Insistent (Trentemøller Remix)” by The Dø and you can get a copy of it for your very own over on iTunes.