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Apparatus Spotlight: All About Aerial Hoop

Welcome to the exciting world of aerial hoop fitness! Also known as Lyra, the aerial hoop is a circular apparatus suspended from the ceiling on which you can perform a variety of acrobatic moves and poses. It's a fantastic full-body workout that can help improve strength, flexibility, and balance.

Let's dive into some fun facts and history about the aerial hoop, and why you should join our aerial hoop classes at Altitude...

The aerial hoop has been a performance apparatus in circuses for over 150 years. More recently, it has emerged as a fun and exciting new way to get fit. Unlike other aerial apparatuses like silks or trapeze, the hoop provides a stationary and sturdy base, making it an excellent, beginner-friendly option for anyone new to aerial fitness.

Aerial hoop fitness is suitable for all fitness levels and ages. It's a low-impact workout that's easy on the joints, making it an excellent option for those with injuries or chronic pain. As you progress, you can challenge yourself with more advanced moves and combos.

Not only is aerial hoop fitness a great workout, but it's also a lot of fun! It allows you to explore your creativity and express yourself through movement. You'll feel like a circus performer as you swing and spin through the air. It's a unique and thrilling experience that you won't get from any other type of exercise.

At Altitude, we offer aerial hoop classes for all skill levels, from beginner to advanced. Our experienced instructors will guide you through each move and help you build strength and confidence in the air. We provide a safe and supportive environment where you can challenge yourself and have fun.

So, what are you waiting for? Join our aerial hoop classes and experience the thrill of flying through the air! It's a fun and challenging workout that will leave you feeling energized and accomplished. Plus, it's a great way to meet new people and become part of a supportive and inspiring community. See you in the air!

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