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Hoop Grip Guide exploring the options

By Larisa // December 16, 2017

Hoop grip how it helps. When all of the video deadlines, flow gatherings, partner projects, performances, sponsorship opportunities, and personal goals start to pile up, it is easy for a hooper to start to slip.  Hoop grip can help you avoid  a common problem. The last thing a hooper should worry about is failing at a hoop trick because their…

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10 Beginner hoop tricks that everyone should learn

By Flowmie // September 19, 2017
Beginner Hooping Tutorials

Learning how to get started Hooping is overwhelming, we want to help you pickup 10 of the most critical moves for new Hula Hoopers, so we have gathered 10 beginner hoop tricks tutorials that are inspirational and well crafted tutorials from some of the best instructors in the community. Including Katie Emmitt, Marawa the Amazing and many others. This Beginner hoop…

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Hula Hooping For Beginners 2018

By Larisa // August 6, 2017

Hula Hooping for beginners, how to get started, how to learn, and how to find your first hoop. There is a lot to learn in the world of hooping, it can be overwhelming at first, we created this guide to help you navigate. We will introduce some concepts, help you find your first hoop, identify ways you can learn, and…

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Halloween Hoop Costumes

By Larisa // October 18, 2016

Part of being a hoop dancer is hoop dancing as much as you can. You get known for taking your hoops with you everywhere. Halloween is an exciting opportunity to dress up and hoopers work extra hard on finding unique ways to incorporate their prop in their costumes. You can color coordinate your prop with makeup and creative clothing to…

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Interview: Philadelphia Rhythmic Academy

By Larisa // August 20, 2016

Infinite Circles has spent the week sitting down with the professionals of Rhythmic Gymnastics to better understand the events happening this weekend.  Speaking with me today is Polina Kozitskiy from Philadelphia School. The Philadelphia Rhythmic Academy specializes in world-class gymnastics instruction. They have produced gymnasts who are part of the US National Team, Future Stars and Youth Elite Training Camp. First, are…

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Ovsanna Mkhchian: Gymnastics Program Director

By Larisa // August 18, 2016

Ovsanna Mkhchian To continue our preparation for the Rhythmic Gymnastics (RG) in the upcoming Olympic Games, we asked RG Coach and Judge Ovsanna Mkhchian some basic questions to help us understand the sport. Ovsanna is the sole supervisor of 40 rhythmic gymnasts, and Program Director of Ararat Rhythmic Gymnastics in Los Angeles, CA. (They are seeking an additional staff member,…

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Rhythmic Gymnastics: Hoop Candy

By Larisa // August 17, 2016

As part of our continued efforts to get the hooping community excited about the Rhythmic Gymnastics in the upcoming Olympic Games, we wanted to share some of our favorite rhythmic eye candy! First, here is USA’s Nicole Kaloyanov, with her swingy, fun style: For those who prefer more drama, here’s Georgia’s Salome Pazhava… That piece!  The judges seem to consistently…

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Rhythmic Gymnastics: Upcoming Olympic Competition

By Larisa // August 15, 2016

As the Rio Olympic Games roll along, we get closer and closer to sport’s parallel to flow arts – the Rhythmic Gymnastics competition! The Schedule This year the Individual Competition will take place on August 19th and 20th, and the Group Competition will take place on August 20th and 21st. This quad the individuals will compete in ball, hoop, ribbon…

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Fire Safety: The Basics

By Larisa // July 10, 2016

In this course on fire safety, we will learn how to use fuel safely, what to wear & what not to wear, the qualities of various fuels, and some first aid tips to know in the event we, or someone around us, gets a burn. We encourage you to always burn safely. You are protecting not only yourself and the…

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Hooping Weight Loss Journey

By Larisa // June 9, 2016

Interview by Shandi Clouse Alex Alvarado, a 24-year-old from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and a waiter in the Sands Casino, has been one of the up and coming male flow artists in the community lately. You can find Alex hosting live hoop sessions in ICC, generally jamming out, and inspiring others with his love of hoop dance. He took a few minutes…

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