Today's hooping viewing was Fathead. Hooping while watching a documentary might be the only way I actually watch one because I can pay attention to the documentary rather than the internet. Yes, I'm watching TV while hooping. It prevents me from pracrastinating cause I won't say, "But...but...I want to watch more Charmed! Wah!" Right now I've been focusing on waist hooping. I don't think that's too bad.
I practiced more corkscrew up and down. I tried anti-spin but in this small apartment. It didn't quite work out. I tried spinning opposite of my spin. I did it. I did it. Weeeee. Although the hoop gets wobbly and hits stuff.
Now, did I tell you that I'm on a "diet?" I'm actually following Weight Watchers. I'm using hooping as a way to exercise. What I love about it is that I don't feel forced to exercise. I love it. Yeah, sometimes I say, "omgosh, I don't want to do 30 minutes. Erghhhhhhhh." Yet once I start, I totally am loving it. Sometimes when I'm feeling tired, I'll be like, "how much longer?" Although by end time, I'm rocking something out so much that I am even happier than I was when I started out. I weigh myself every few days. My official weigh-in day is tomorrow. I've used all my plus points and binged a bit yesterday. So, I'll have to see what hooping has done for me on week one. So, if you don't like to read about weight loss, I'm sorry. Hooping is going to make that possible for me (without agonizing) and that's why I will write about it in this blog. Anyways, who doesn't like to read about the lovely benefits of hooping?
Yeah, I'm hot. I know it. I know you're jealous of my chocolate Silk*.
*I don't really like most milk. I'm what you call "dairy phobic." That's why I drink milk alternatives.