Frank J Olmstead is here with a new hooping tutorial and he’s sharing a cool “Reverse Escalator into Wedgie” no hands variation you really need to check out.
Lisa SparkGirl of Hiptronic Arts is here with a hooping tutorial for you. This time around she’s going to be teaching all of us how to do the Double Wedgie Walk. She breaks it down, including how to do something beautiful with your hands, and adds a little Double Wedgie Cartwheel at the end for those who are more acrobatically inclined. Enjoy! Lisa lives in Pahoa, Hawaii, USA.
Are you looking for a fun new trick to add to your twin hoops flow? How about giving this one a try? In this tutorial by Isopuppy, otherwise known as Caitlin Hofer, she demonstrates how to incorporate a wedgie into your doubles as well. What’s the secret? She says, “The main goal here is to get comfortable with going from a wedgie straight into shoulder hooping WITHOUT using your left hand and keeping the other hoop spinning in your right hand.” Caitlin lives in Santa Cruz, California, USA, and the soundtrack for this is Ludwig van Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No.14 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 27, No. 2 “Moonlight”: I. Adagio sostenuto. It can be downloaded on iTunes.
Martika of Martika’s Mystic Design shows us the single hoop wedgie flip and then teaches us how to modify this trick with two hoops as well. She lives in Olathe, Kansas, USA.
Leslie Perales, aka Tilly Whirls, is here to school us on how to do some “Wedgies”. She lives in Herndon, Virginia, USA.