Hula hoops for fun, exercise, Xmas gifts

After you spend a lot of hours sitting crouched over your guitar, or over your desk, get up and hoop for awhile! Feels great, it’s lots of fun, great thing to bring to a party. And it trims your middle and strengthens your back. But if you are an adult or a big kid, don’t useĀ  one of the lightweight toy-store hoops. They just won’t work for you. You need a bigger and heavier one. Yes, paradoxically, bigger and heavier is easier. I recommend one that comes up to your nipples or even to your neck for beginners. It’ll turn slowly but reliably. As you get better at it you can switch to a smaller hoop, one that comes up to about your navel. Hooping has become hip! Even Michelle Obama tried it (although unfortunately she did not have an adult-style hoop). I make them. Black with a bright green, orange or pink spiral. They cost $20 apiece — great Xmas gift. I can even ship one to your gift recipient (about $7 for shipping). Email me, chezztone(at)gmail.com, with the prospective hooper’s height and experience (and address if shipping needed) or with any questions, and we’ll get your order going.

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3 Comments on "Hula hoops for fun, exercise, Xmas gifts"

  1. Gretchan Jackson
    24/09/2010 at 7:24 pm Permalink

    Are these still in construction? Let’s see them at the show! Serious talent hiding here.

    And hubby Kurt would love a copy of the book if you have one. Bring that for sure.

    Thanks Steve. See you on Sunday.

    -Gretchan (Market Manager)

  2. Alexis Little
    27/07/2011 at 10:01 am Permalink

    This blog site was recommended by Christian Dillstrom, the mobile & social media marketing top dog – so you must be doing a wonderful job!

  3. Terri Robbins
    28/11/2011 at 2:00 pm Permalink

    Steve, I had no clue you were a hooper! One of my favorite women is a “hoop teacher” by profession and travels all over the world teaching, and she and I used to go to Memphis in May together every year (until I discovered the IBC in 2004…. the year I met you & Spoonman!).

    Would love to talk more with you about hooping….. just wish you’d make it back to Memphis again!

    Much Peace & Love to you, my friend,
    Terri

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