Hula Hoop

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Hula Hoop

™ a light hoop that is whirled around the body by movements of the waist and hips
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Once she'd mastered the hula-hoop, it wasn't just soothing, it was also the door to becoming so fit she seldom sits down to watch TV anymore.
Daly herself became a hula-hoop creator on her own.
In 1958, a 10-year-old hooper at racked up 10,000 spins at a hula-hoop derby in New Jersey, America.
The hula-hoop has its origins in Australia, where children used bamboo hoops in PE.
On the Adventure Associates Web site, mature adults - some doubtless with grandchildren - are seen entangled in ropes with their new corporate siblings; they show enthusiasm as they all cling to a Hula-Hoop, and even join hands to prop up a possibly reviled co-worker.