On my Facebook Page, Fans of Energy, we were having fun with it being worldwide energize your hips day.
Ivy Lynn1 wrote in:
This got me going!I didn’t have a hula hoop so I used my imagination. I got my energy going then visualized it in a circle around my body. Having to concentrate hard, I made it into a hula hoop size. It was just suspended there so I had to grab it then swing it started just like you would a hula hoop.
At this point my hips started moving. I realized at this point that if you have never used a hula hoop this game might be a little harder for you. It’s like my hips remembered the type of pushing gyrating that you need to keep the momentum of the hula hoop going.
Once I got it going it was a blast! After I kept the main hoop going for awhile I started with two smaller hoops on my wrists. Want to challenge your visualization skills? Keep three visualized hula hoops going at the same time. When I lost my lock on the visualization it was like the hoop dropped. I’d pick it up and start again.
- Like Ivy says, getting your hips moving is great cardio and fun
- Visualizing an energy hula hoop encircling you, going behind your back is challenging
- Keeping three moving visualizations going for several minutes is difficult
I am great at visualizing my energy and I can see and feel an energy hula hoop easily. Playing games with my imagination helps my focus become stronger and stronger. I love laughing when I’m hula hooping my energy with my hips.