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On the move with your hoop?...
Step 1. Stand the hoop in front of you and steady the hoop on the floor with your foot. Take one jointed end (hands each on one side of the joint) and twist the tube in opposite directions as you gently push down. You should now see the hoop forming into a figure-8 style.
Step 2. Take the "top" and "bottom" of the 8 and push together the sides just like you were closing a clam.
Hand Taped adult sized hula hoop.
A standard 38 inch hula hoop that is good for a beginner hula hooper. This hoop is heavy enough that it is easy to keep up, but also light enough to learn off body moves. Some kids may even be able to use this hoop (ages 8+).
Made from 1/2 inch black poly tubing, these hoops are good for young children (3 - 9 years) and can be made different sizes depending on the size/age of the child. Specify 2 colours of tape when ordering.
Not sure which hoop is for you? Have a question? Contact me below.
Bought an Apsara Hoop? Check out the tips and warranty info below. 1. Try not to leave your travel hoop collapsed for more than a day or so. If you do, it will just take a bit more work to get it flat. I like to lay my hoop flat on the floor, like a pancake, to see which end needs moving to get it really flat. 2. For standard hoops, try not to leave them sitting up against a wall. It could warp the hoop. Best to store hoops hanging up, or laying flat on the ground, like under a bed. 3. To extend the tape life of your hoop, don't leave it in the sun, and don't play with the hoop on cement or gravel/rough surfaces. 4. You can find lots of great tutorial videos online for learning. Contact me for more info on resources for hoop lessons, the online hoop community, and flow arts community. 5. Warranty does not cover excessive strain or abuse to the hula hoop. If physical damage is a result of negligence, then the warranty may be void. Warranty also does not cover tape removal or disintegration, it only applies to the structural/connectivity portion of the hoop.