World-Record Hula Hoop Attempt in Everett This Sunday

July 24, 2015

Events in Everett, Everett

hula hoop contest

You don’t have to do anything other than hold the hula hoop.

This Sunday, Providence Health & Services Northwest Washington and its new Institute for a Healthier Community is asking the community to join them in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest hula hoop routine. This simple two and a half minute routine can be performed by anyone. No hula hoop experience is necessary.

The routine consists of some basic moves like marching in place, lunges and squats, all while holding a hula hoop. You will not be required to hoop around your waist. To participate, you must be 8+ years and older, and must be physically able to complete a simple 2.5 minute hoop routine.

600 participants are needed to break the World Record – the current record is 485. Hula hoops will be provided for all participants while supplies last. Participants can keep the hoop or donate it to a children’s organization.

Check-in and set up starts at 1:30pm; 3 group practice sessions will be conducted before the attempt to break the record. Advance registration is recommended.

Again, 600 people are needed to show up at Aquasox Stadium this Sunday at 1:30PM. You can pre-register and find out more plus view a video of the routine that will be performed here.

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