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isolation variations tutorial/mini-lesson

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Published on Jan 8, 2014

hello beautiful hoopers! hope this tutorial finds you in happiness and good health. i received several tutorial requests for different types of isolations and figured i could include a few of them in one lesson :) thanks to everyone that made recommendations! i'll keep chipping away at my list as the year goes on.
this is a longgg video so here's the breakdown: intro (very important to watch for this one) until 2:00; horizontal cateye at 2:00; vertical cateye at 4:20; iso-pop at 5:35; 2-handed isolation fold at 7:15
i would recommend having your hoop with you for this one and really going through it as i verbalize things. remember, all of the references to the clock face are: 1) from the hooper's perspective, and 2) relative to where the hoop is in space :) ALSO, keep in mind that i am right-handed and this may be reversed for some of you (so sorry, i didn't have time to do both hands...my computer made me cut a lot out as is). so, SO much love n light, happy hooping :) xxxxxx
p.s...i work with kids (k/1), so i apologize if this seems over-explained to any of you!! i try to change my teaching style when i'm working with an older group buut some habits die hard :)
hoop is a uv gnarly blue polypro (5/8"od tubing) from gnar hoops. 30" OD, gaffer's tape on the inside...my favorite hoop to date :)

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