A new trend in hula hooping is the LED hoop.
Perfect your moves and then turn the lights off and watch this fire dancing like LED hoop performance. Cool colors and great effect. Fun indoors or outdoors in the evening, but it is easier to work on your moves first while it is light outside. Take them anywhere and perform for friends and family or just to have great fun at your own nighttime hula hoop party.
Forms of the hula hoop have been around since ancient times. In 1000 BC, children in Egypt played with large hoops of dried grapevines. Besides twirling them around the body, children and adults have been rolling and throwing them for centuries.
Native Americans used them for target practice to improve hunting skills. Traditional materials include wood, grapevine, willow, rattan and stiff grass. In England during the 14th century, adults and children were caught up in a hoping craze. British sailors visited Hawaii in the 1800’s and noticed the similarity between ‘hooping’ and ‘hula’ dancing. That is how hula and hoop were put together.
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