from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of hoop.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Hoops in general, or the materials used for hoops.
- n. The hoops used in building or strengthening any article, as the hoops shrunk on a built-up gun.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Assistant Manager Reema Kamat told Hooping. org, “Our participation was initiated by an associate of ours, Diana Jambunathan, for whom hula hooping is a passion and she personally handmade the hoops while others helped furnish the final decorating touches on them.”
The Sensa Weight Loss System notes, If you want to lose weight without exercises, hula hooping is a fun way to do it.
Sharing her first person hooping experience at SouthernLiving. com, Erin told readers, I visited Sunny Becks at her studio Hooprama, where I learned that yes, hooping is most definitely a workout.
For Sommerville, hooping is a lifestyle that is growing into a career.
Regardless of age, size or rhythmical ability, hooping is an activity that most everyone can enjoy.
… For some, hooping is a hobby that they just want to get to be good at.
Miss Betherann, you have certainly put the joy back in hooping for me.
I truly believe that hooping is every bit as much of a healer as yoga, tai chi, or meditation.
Little did I know that hooping is more that just rolling the hoop hula-style around your waist.
Its good to have that reminder … that hooping is just for YOU.
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