In this hula hoop tutorial, Jon Coyne “Hoopsmiles” discusses several ways to enter into foot hooping. Once you’re there, he teaches you how to sustain this inverted maneuver. This hoop trick requires a mild amount of flexibility in your hamstring, calf and hip. Most of the movement takes place in the ankle, as opposed to the leg, but your leg has to be strong enough to hold itself in place, in order to isolate the foot. If you get this down, Jon will also explore switching feet while foot hooping and angular foot hooping movement. In the very end, he also discusses the foot to hand transition, which will help you learn how to get back up from the ground.
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