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Pole Geometry!

Pole Geometry!

Pole Geometry!

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Written by Gina Tann on UPA’s Pole’r Bear Blog ” I’m talking triangles. My students have heard me refer to triangles at least 6,487 times, and I’ll keep referring to them, because when it comes to solid spins and holds/poses on the pole, triangles are one of the most important things you can keep in mind. Triangles are stable, the wider the better. Think about your biggest, floatiest spin ever. I’m willing to bet that you had a neutral line from your hand at least to your shoulder, and possibly even all the way to your hip. You’re at your floatiest and most stable when your body and the pole make a nice wide triangle. Compress your triangle, and you’ll hit the ground much more quickly, because the force pulling you down is greater than the force that allows you to swing out!” Click here to read the rest!

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