Look good in a bikini by Hula hooping
Summer is approaching and everyone wants to look hot. But summer is expensive as a lot of people go abroad and spend lots of cash socialising. Well I do anyway!
In order to get and maintain a summer body I opted to find a cheaper workout. I do a lot of home workout videos from YouTube but my favourite exercise is hula hooping.
Hula hooping has helped me to stay in shape at 36 years old.
Exercise can be fun!
I love hula hooping to music, it’s fun and a brilliant way to burn calories, you burn 7 calories per minute.
It’s a good exercise for burning fat on your midriff and can help you to build muscle and get a 6 pack.
3 Reasons Home workouts save money
- You don’t have to spend money on travel
- You don’t have to pay for classes
- You don’t have to spend money on gym wear
Confidence is key
Once you gain confidence you can practice different techniques like the ones in my video (below) .
You’ll also feel more confident at home as you can do it alone and improve at your own rate.
Hula hooping is good for your waist
I’ve noticed that I’ve been able to retain a 24 inch waist despite eating a lot of food because of hooping.
I’d recommend that you hoop for at least 5-10 minutes a day if you’re trying to lose weight in order for you to notice the effects.
Be realistic as it can be difficult to keep the hoop up initially.
Watch my video to see how to get your hula hoop to stay up.
If you stick with hula hooping you’ll get the body that you desire or a more toned version of the one you have if you’re a perfectionist that’s never satisfied .
You can buy my workout outfit from Primark, the crop Top and leggings are sold separately at £5.00 and £8.00 respectively.
5 tips on how hula hoop for beginners
- Buy the right size hoop
- Buy a weighted hoop they’re easier to use
- Keep contact with the area of your body that your hooping with
- Don’t use parts of your body that your not hooping with (keep knees still if you’re waist hooping.
- Have fun😊😊😊
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