It’s that time of the year. *waits on doorstep*
Your hoop may be too heavy.
Most hoopers tend to go down in weight in their hoops as they begin to advance and pick up more tips/speed.
I would stop as soon as you start to fee any sort of major discomfort/pain.
Hoopers, any advice for the anon?
This could come from having a relatively heavy hoop.
Are you using a PPE hoop or is it one of those heavy 3lb ringed hoop?
Sometimes you can get bruising from hoops that are too heavy, or your body could just be adjusting to the movements associated with hooping
Emancipator - Ares (Big Gigantic Remix)
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I’m currently mini hooping to this bad boy right now!
I like to call it the “hooping halo”!
Basically braid your braids (yes I’m giggling) into a halo around your head and pin it into place. This both helps flatten your braids to your skull without ripping your roots and keeps them from getting in the way when moving.
Pony tails tend to get caught and its annoying that they often throw off your center of gravity.
When the “but they were on sale” excuse no longer convinces people.
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