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Published on Nov 11, 2012
First I must apologize you cannot see the top of my hoop, I should have used a colored one but sadly I did not realize this would happen. Oh well, I learned my lesson.
Expand your trick variations! Turn the single most common iso-pop into four. The iso-pop variations use pushing the hoop in the opposite direction as well as reversing the isolation and popping it in both directions. I once seen these different ways of doing iso-pops in another video and thought the girl doing them was incredible, it was so..foreign to me and seemed impossible, but practice always proves anything is possible.