The Right Hoop For You
the measurement from the floor to your belly button in inches
determines what size hoop to get but sometimes the following information
is worth considering:
41” Hoops are especially good for complete beginners, the rotation is
slower affording you a little bit of time and space to negotiate your
move. I still use my 41” when I’m practicing something new.
Any size from as small as a 32” hoop to 39” Discovering
when to work with a smaller hoop is up to the individual although I
would recommend being comfortable with a repertoire of beginner moves
first before changing size. Remember a smaller hoop will spin faster and require you to change the tempo of how you perform a move.
25mm or 20mm thickness of tube? 20mm is lighter and easier on the wrist, 25mm slightly heavier with increased toning qualities. I started with 25mm, the choice, however, is yours!