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USING THE HULA HOOP

I am 79 years young. can not keep it more than two times around before it falls

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The trick to hula-hooping is timing. If you get the hoop moving fast on its initial turn around your midriff you have a better chance of getting the timing- I like to use my legs to get the hula just right... And remember- the slower the body moves on the timing, the faster the hoop hulas.

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