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Pole Basics: FREESTYLING

Pole Basics: FREESTYLING

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“Freestyling ain’t no trick, and it sure ain’t no pole basic“ I know what you’re thinking. Pffffft. How can you call freestyling a pole basic? It isn’t a trick. It’s just dancing …. isn’t it? And the answer is: nope. Freestyling, that is to say gaining the ability to “just dance” and then doing so,
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Pole Basics: Amazing Outside Leg Hangs

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The Intermediate Poler Blues Intermediate pole dancers often seem to get frustrated because they feel like they “can’t do anything.” What they mean is they can’t fonji, or iron X, or do a flawless flag deadlift into a janeiro. I’m going to let you in on a little secret: “I can’t do anything” couldn’t be
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From Pointe to Pole, A Dancer’s Journey

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  Written By; Lindsey “Lin Tutu” Teall “Give ’em what they need.” Stripping isn’t for everyone.  I entered the world of adult entertainment, knowing what it could entail. I walked through that door with not only an open mind, but a heart that had been broken more than once. So many people believe that the
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Five Pirouette Exercises to Improve Your Fluidity

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Fluidity For The Win Developing a personal dance style and gaining fluidity is something near and dear to many pole dancers. And what are the best ways to do those things? Well, there’s no single “right” answer … but drilling basics through repetitive exercises certainly wont hurt. The goal is to be able to bust
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Hello Darling, I’ve Missed You! Getting back on the pole after a break.

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Sometimes Life Gets In the Way Injuries. Kid stuff. Partner stuff. Money. Priorities. Burnout. There are so many things that can cause us to take a little pole break. And getting back on the pole after a break can be challenging. Those carefully built-up calluses are gone. And let’s not even talk about the strength
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Nutritious, portable food

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Nutritious, Portable Food For Pole Dancers On The Go I’ve noticed something about pole dancers — they are busy, busy people! Most of the polers I know are balancing family, work, and pole … plus! That means sometimes there’s not much time to get from point A to point B. And that sometimes leads to
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Don’t be “THAT” student! Five things to avoid doing in pole class

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How to be a model pole student Going to pole class is fun. It should be fun! But sometimes students forget that it’s also an intense physical activity that requires attention to technique. Do you find yourself doing any of the five things below? Well, stop! 🙂 1. Coming to class late. You get stuck
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You Are Not A Number – The Body Post

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GET A BEACH BODY FAST The weather here in the US is starting to warm up, and that means I’m starting to see the inevitable “beach-ready body” memes … the articles that ask “is your body bikini ready?” … and the resurgence of magazines publishing “The Body Issue.” Polers wear tiny clothing year-round–in fact, some
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The Power of Playtime

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No playtime=frustrated Pole’r Bear No matter how much we love pole dancing — and lets get real, we LOVE pole dancing — training can be truly frustrating and disheartening. A bad day or week might even leave us feeling like pole dance just isn’t “for” us. A lot of the time, it’s because we’ve forgotten
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No More Mr. Bad Side

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Written by Erin O’Brien Yes, I said it, I am tackling the ever-dreaded other side! Whether we are referring to pole spins, pole tricks,or flexibility, pole dancers often speak of a “good” side and a “bad side” – our bad side being the side on which we find it a bit harder to perform spins
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