A is for Abdominal Workout:
B is for Breaks:
An interruption in the hoop's current. A break can occur both horizontally and vertically, either on or off the core.
C is for Chest Rolls:
The act of rolling the hoop across one's chest.
D is for Doubles:
The act of using two hoops, at once.
E is for Escalators:
F is for Fire-hooping:
Hooping with lit fire wicks on the hoop.
G is for Giveaways:
The hooping community is one of love, where you will always find some sort contest on any given social media outlet giving away a free hoop.
H is for Happiness:
I is for Isolations:
When the hoop is held in one place in the space as it is rotated or you move around the hoop.
J is for hoop-Jams:
A Hoop-Jam occurs when several hoopers gather to an open space, to hoop together.
K is for Kickstarts:
Starting the hoop with you foot. This can be done by grabbing the hoop with your foot and bringing it to your hand or by using a foot pop-up.
L is for Leg-hooping:
The act of hooping around your leg.
M is for Mandala:
N is for Nose-hooping:
The act of hooping around one's nose.
O is for Off-the-body hooping:
The act of using the hoop(s) off of your body.
P is for Polypro:
Polypro stands for Polypropylene which is the material used to make the lighter, faster, more advanced (polypro) hoop.
Q is for Quad-hooping:
The act of using four hoops, at once.
R is for Rotation:
The key to hooping is the rotation of the hoop, as you should always be moving with your hoop.
S is for #Stopdropandspin:
Every hooper on Instagram knows the hashtag #StopDropandSpin for it's our favorite game. After someone tags you, you upload your video to Instagram using the hashtag #StopDropandSpin tag the person who tagged you and then tag 1-3 more people to #StopDropandSpin and the game is endless!
T is for Toss:
The act of tossing your hoop up, while hooping.
U is for Unicorn-hooping:
The act of spinning the hoop around your waist, while on all fours.
V is for Vortex:
When the hoop is passed from hand to hand, spinning up and down horizontally around your body. This move is done by quickly combining lifting the hoop from behind you, switching hands, bringing the hoop down and passing behind your back continuously.
W is for Wedgie:
The act of landing the hoop in-between your legs, while standing. You then keep your thighs together, but move your knees, to move the hoop back and forth, in order to catch momentum.
X is for X-factor:
The X-factor in hooping is developing your own flow. Might not discover it right away, but it will come, it will be unique, and it will be yours forever.
Y is for Year-long:
Hoopers are hooping all year long, doesn't matter what season it may be.
Z is for (z) Hoopie Awards:
Hooping.org started their own annual Hoopie Awards, now with 16 different awards. From 'Tutorial of the Year' to 'Community of the Year', the submissions are sent in from hoopers all around the world.