Looking For A Good Read?
You’re in luck! With pole dancing becoming a major fitness craze, several magazines have popped up to share the pole and other forms of aerial art with the rest of the world. From featured dancers and tricks to competitions and inspiring stories, these magazines can get anyone in the mood to try pole dancing. We’re comparing the different magazines to help you decide which magazine is the best fit for your poling interests. Want a better look at European pole competitions, competitor interviews and how to get into pole dancing at any age? Then UK based Pole2Pole Magazine is your best fit. Pole2Pole has an extensive list of articles on competition results from around the world as well as interviews from competition winners. Pole2Pole doesn’t just talk competition, they also host several of their own competitions across the UK, feature inspiring articles about women who are becoming pole dancers at any age and men that are breaking the stereotype of pole dancing being a female only sport. Other awesome features of Pole2Pole Magazine include an extensive pole school directory, tickets to pole competitions and the convenience of purchasing 1,3,6 or 12 issues at a time all located on Pole2Pole’s website www.Pole2Polemagazine.com. Looking for an online magazine, stories on a world wide international level, or several pictures of different tricks? Then Pole Dance International (PDI) Magazine is your best fit. PDI highlights pole dancing in countries like Croatia and the origins of pole dancing as well as tips on safety and health when pole dancing. PDI is packed full of pictures of professionals and their tricks and has an extensive calendar of events across the world. Another great feature of PDI is the convenience of viewing the magazine online for FREE or purchasing copies of the magazine for studios or businesses to carry. PDI is a bi-monthly magazine (6 issues a year) and can be ordered online at www.poledanceintlmagazine.com. Want more of an American feel but still learn about what’s going on internationally? Then Pole Spin Magazine is for you. Pole Spin covers everything from family stories to international competitions with a welcoming website and lots to read. Recent stories featured include poling with your family, international championship results, photo shoots, pole camp and fitness and flexibility. As you can see, their is nothing Pole Spin won’t write about when it comes to the pole, making this magazine a fun and easy read for most pole enthusiasts. Pole Spin is a quarterly magazine (4 issues a year) and can be purchased online at www.polespinmag.com. Looking for more on aerial dance, burlesque and pole dancing? Then Indigo Dance Magazine is for you. Indigo Dance published their first bi-monthly issue in November 2010 and is dedicated to dance in all forms. The magazine is distributed to dance schools in the UK and features dancers, tricks, tips, stories and pictures all about pole dancing, burlesque and aerial dance. Indigo Dance is currently only sold in print, but hopes to make an online version available in the near future.Â Â Â Â Â Indigo Dance can be purchased online at www.indigodancemagazine.co.uk. All of these colorful, inspiring magazines are great reads with professional writers and researchers working hard to bring you the top news in the pole dancing world. Make sure to get yourself a copy of one and learn something about pole dancing you may have not known before. Don’t forget to share with your pole students and colleagues too!