Turbocharge your fitness routine with the heaviest hoop we make! This hoop is your key to a sweat drenching, belly blasting dance workout! Deliciously vibrant colors to inspire you.
Each are made to order so please allow 7-10 days for crafting and delivery.
Original Designs by HoopGirl. All proceeds are shared with the designer and concept originator, Christabel Zamor. My share is going toward my savings for her Breath of Bliss Facilitator Training. Make a good thing and pass it on...
I've made HoopGirl Hoops since mentoring with Lainee Walraith's Hoop-Store.com in 2010. I inherited the factory and became sole hoop maker in 2012. Bliss ever since.
Happy to make these bad boys again! Currently out of the heavy tubing and require pre orders before committing to a shipment. Let's communicate!
Huge, Heavy and Hilarious! 250 psi tubing holds its shape after repeated folding and weighs in at 4 lbs. Once started they propel themselves... A relaxing roll for one person. Absolute bliss for two... Guaranteed to make any party.
This 6ft hoop folds down to 3ft ready to go anywhere. Great for spaces bigger than 15ft. Always mind your clearance.View full product details
These beauties assemble to a 6 piece 42" hoop weighing approximately 1.9 lb. The hoop with 5 segments is 36". Handy hoops to take everywhere. The hoop base was made by Hoopnotica with unique designs by EclecticHoops. one of a kind cases were designed and hand made in by Andrea Jensen of ooak.biz
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For the hooper who has everything! These party fabulous torus's are very heavy. They need the extra gravitas to compensate for the aerodynamic drag provided by the fur. Being heavy and slow they are for hoopers with pretty solid on body technique. They do feel fabulous and unlike other 3 lb. hoops they do not bruise.
A fun factoid shared by an algebraic topologist friend is that the Fur Torus is not prone to cowlicks or bald spots. Its even distribution is due to a continuous target vector field of the torus or donut shape. This is unlike the cowlicks and bald spots found on a ball. For more on this fascinating topic, see the Hairy Ball Theorem.View full product details