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Thursday, 8 April 2010

Hula Hooping – a fun blast from the past


If there’s a simpler way to have fun than hula hooping then we must have missed it because there is something about getting on the inside of a plastic hoop which brings out everyone’s inner kid and takes you back to a time when all you needed to entertain yourself was your imagination and a task like hula hooping to conquer.

Now, we know that some people never quite managed the Herculean task of keeping a hula hoop around your waist, getting in the rhythm and moving your hips in just the right way to keep the hula hoop from hitting the ground, which is why we have a Hula Hoop taster session to get anyone into the swing and give them all they need to know to master the art of hula hooping.

What was never a part of the fun when you were a kid is the fact that hula hooping is a great way to work out – it’s great cardiovascular exercise and also helps to tone the whole body including your abs, bums and tummy. Endorsed by first lady of the US Michelle Obama, you can’t get a better pedigree for a form of exercise, and you’ll be hard pressed to find a work out that’s more fun.

So if you know someone who would love to revisit their youth with a hula hoop taster session, then this is a great gift idea, or if you’re trying to find the perfect present for someone who wants to get fit but can’t stand traditional exercise classes or going to the gym, then learning how to get the most out of a hula hoop workout is a great way to get in shape in the comfort of your own home once you’ve learned the secrets on a hula hoop taster experience.

Whatever the occasion – a fun activity for a hen party, a birthday gift with a difference, or a treat to yourself to help you get in shape and feel like a kid again, a hula hoop taster experience is a great idea, and one that’s sure to have anyone revisiting their childhood years and enjoying it.

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