I am 5'6" and this it comes up to my hip/ lower abdomen region. If you are a similar height but if you're overweight you would want it to come up closer to your ribs/ chest are depending on how big you are.
i don't think there is a weight limit of any kind but there are ways to measure the correct size hoop which can include girth as well as height of the user. if the hoop is too small it is very difficult to keep it from dropping to the floor.
Box doesn't say anything about a weight limit. It's always returnable so I'd recommend just trying it.
There is no weight limit.
I assume this question asks if there should be a weight limit of hula hoops. My answer would be yes - I think a very high weight could cause injuries to the back and organs around the waist. (Just an un-educated opinion)
I am 133 lbs. & need to tone certain areas and it is great for me, I also believe that as long as you fit into the hoop itself it will be a great firming tool.
I don't know why there would be a weight limit. My husband uses it also.
There is not a weight limit printed on the box. The diameter of the hoop is 39.5 inches so you should go by that instead of weight.
From what I have learned hooping, the larger and newer you are to hooping, the bigger your hoop should be. I am overweight, and although I am 5 feet, I need a 42 inch hoop until I learn the ropes. This product is 39 inches, ok 100-120 lb range but its quite heavy...be careful though, no more than a 5-10 minute session until you get used to it, or you may bruise your internal organs...
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
no, i dont think so.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
- Norton Shores, MI
i dont think so.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago