Hula-Hooping


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Hula-Hooping

 

a physical exercise consisting of the rotation of a hoop up and down the body without use of the hands. Only trunk, legs, and neck movements are used. The hoop is usually hollow and made of polyethylene. Hula-hooping became popular in the late 1940’s and early 1950’s.

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